Monday, September 9, 2019


Now more than ever, the retail industry must be built for speed. Join us for Retail at Speed: From founding to the future of technical standards

In the past, a brilliant strategy could power success and growth. But as we’ve evolved into an omni-channel, digital economy, the key to success is being able to constantly change strategy and execute at all levels.

You can effectively do this by understanding your core values and capabilities. Business Architecture is the method to wrap your arms around your business and connect strategy to execution.

When coupled with time proven technology standards and well mapped information models you can lower costs, ensure interoperability, and enable superior time-to-value and speed-to-market.

The Object Management Group® (OMG®) and the National Retail Federation (NRF) entered into a long-term agreement to manage and develop the Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS).

Two early movers and shakers — Horace Clemmons and Richard Mader — will share the history of development and the enduring value to the retail Industry. They will be joined by Andy Mattice, co-Chair of the Retail Domain Task Force at OMG , who will talk about the current status of development and some of the initiatives the future may hold.

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