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Why is data integration important?

When data integration is done well it provides major benefits to retailers:

Gain a consistent view of your business performance By avoiding the costs and daily confusion of inconsistent, “silo”ed data.

Save time, effort and costs By reducing or eliminating the cost of duplicative data handling.

Innovate and adapt easily By reducing the costs, effort, and disruption of technical innovation.

What is data integration?

In a nutshell:

Data Integration is one of the most important concepts in Information Technology.

It pulls together data from disparate sources to provide a unified, accurate and consistent view of your vital data across applications and use cases.

Once the data starts to flow there are many factors that must be taken into account:

• different data types • varying technical environments • data interdependencies

Different types of data integration

Unified Commerce


Customer Touchpoint Automation

Unified Commerce

Shoppers have spoken.

They want a consistent experience every time they interact with their favorite retailers.

Unified Commerce enables you to present to your shoppers a unified style of:

• Personalization • Customer identification • Pricing • Product presentation • Promotional consistency


Integrating back office support systems for every channel


VERTICALIZATION is when successful brands run their own stores or where traditional retailers invest in their own private labels.

The goal is total control over the supply . There are many benefits to Verticalization, including:

• Shortened supply cycles • Cost control • Enhanced customer loyalty


Multiple primary data flows integration.

Customer Touchpoint Automation

CUSTOMER TOUCHPOINT AUTOMATION is when retailers track key points in their customers path to purchase with a whole new range of digital services and experiences.


This atmosphere of innovation, demands an infrastructure to provide substantial level of integration quickly and without major costs.

Our retail specialty store clients range from $100 million to several billion in revenue, often with multiple brands, channels, and across national borders, representing many leading brands.

Learn more about our clients


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Live updates of the World Cup semifinal between England and Croatia.


A generation of players in their primes, or just past their primes, led by a strong midfield with Ivan Pericic (29), Ivan Rakatic (30) and Luka Modric (32), with Mario Mandzukic (32) heading the attack.

WHY ENGLAND WILL WIN After falling short for generations, coach Gareth Southgate has put together a team that is playing like a team. Striker Harry Kane was the only standout heading into the tournament. Plus the Croats are coming off consecutive penalty-kick wins and figure to have to more tired legs.


PROJECTED LINEUPS Croatia: 4-2-3-1 — Subasic; Vrsaljko, Lovren, Vida, Strinic; Rakitic, Modric; Rebic, Kamaric, Perisic; Mandzukic


England: 3-5-2 — Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire; Henderson, Trippier, Alli, Lingard, Young; Sterling, Kane

MAN IN THE MIDDLE Cuneyt Cakir of Turkey will referee his second straight World Cup semifinal match, after Argentina's penalty-kick win over the Netherlands four years ago. Cakir worked Iran's 1-0 win over Morocco and Argentina's 2-1 victory over Nigeria in the group stage this year, and he refereed Barcelona's 3-1 victory over Juventus in the 2015 Champions League final.


WORLD CUP HISTORY In England's last semifinal match, Andreas Brehme's 60th-minute shot deflected off an onrushing Paul Parker at the penalty arc and looped over goalkeeper Peter Shilton to put West Germany ahead. England tied the score when Parker's cross bounced off Juergen Kohler and fell to Gary Lineker, who beat goalkeeper Bodo Illgner to the far post in the 80th minute. In the shootout, Stuart Pearce was stopped by Illgner on England's fourth attempt, Olaf Thon converted for a 4-3 lead and Chris Waddle shot over the crossbar.


Croatia went ahead in the 1998 semifinals only 26 seconds into the second half when Aljosa Asanovic split the defense with a pass, and Davor Suker scored his fifth goal of the tournament. Lilian Thuram tied the score a minute later after stealing the ball from Zvonimir Boban near the Croat penalty area and exchanging passes with Youri Djorkaeff. Thuram scored the go-ahead goal with a curling shot in the 70th minute, and France won 2-1.

Our next rule will provide a CASE feature for nouns that do not already have CASE . To do this, we need a way to identify nouns. In the case of the grammar being used here, we can assume that everything with a number feature is a noun. Remember that our previous rule rewrote NUM to NUMBER . The current rule must therefore refer to NUMBER since transfer rules are ordered . Once nouns can be identified, we need to make sure that they do not already have a case feature. This is done by prefixing the CASE feature with a minus sign ( - ) to form a negated pattern . In this rule, we choose ACC as the value to insert if there is no case already. Add the following rule to your file, making sure that it occurs after the NUM-NUMBER rule.

There are two additional things to notice about this rule. The plus sign (+) in front of the NUMBER feature means that it will not be consumed (i.e., will not to be deleted) by the rule. If we did not put in the +, then the NUMBER would disappear from the f-structure whenever the rule applied. We will see the + feature several more times in these rules. The second is the special variable %% . Variables beginning with %% are called anonymous variables ; they are essentially wildcards that will match any value. In this case, NUMBER can be either SG or PL and the rule will apply regardless of which is found.

In order to get the new rule to load, you have to reload the transfer rules, just as you have to reload the grammar if you change the grammar rules or the templates. There are two ways to do this. One is to rerun the following command in the XLE window:

The other is to choose "Load Transfer Rules" under "Commands" in the f-structure window. If you do this, a prompt will appear in the XLE window asking for the name of the rule file to load.

Enter name of rule file to be loaded: >>

Type in and hit return and it should tell you that the rules have been loaded.

To see the output of the new rule, do:

parse {a banana a sheep devoured}

Note that the topicalized object a banana does not have a case feature and hence should trigger the rule. Before running the transfer, choose "Debug Transfer" under "Commands" in the f-structure window. Then choose "Translate" to see the resulting structure. In addition to NUM now being NUMBER for both noun phrases, the noun phrase for banana has CASE ACC . Note that sheep does not have CASE ACC because the -CASE(%Fstr,%%) blocked the rule from applying to an f-structure that already had case. If you look at the XLE window, you will notice that having turned on the debugging, there is information about which rules have applied:

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