Oracle Retail is excited to announce that Oracle Retail version 15 was released in December 2015. This release brings key MICROS integrations, new features and functionality, the extension of the applications through 4 new cloud offerings and the continuation of a massive rewrite of Retail products using Oracle ADF technology. In order to learn more about the release and the value version 15 can bring to your business, visit the following resources.
The Oracle Retail Reference Library (RRL) is a collection of detailed implementation information assembled for our partners and customers, including business process models, architectural diagrams, and more. The Oracle Retail Reference Library contains deep retail intellectual property that we are sharing in order to help our customers accelerate their implementations and derive maximum value from our software. Not only do our customers get software from us, but also a wealth of information to help with their implementations. The version 15 RRL can be accessed via Document 2097426.1 - Oracle Retail Reference Library (RRL) 15.0 and all versions can be accessed via Document 2058843.2 - Oracle Retail Reference Library (RRL) Information Center and Release Index.
The version 15 Retail Documentation Library can be found on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) here. You will find all relevant User, Technical, Operations and Implementation Guides as well as Release Notes, batch schedules and more. Be sure to follow the Oracle Retail Documentation Blog to stay up to date on the latest documentation for Retail products.
Oracle Retail has published Release Value Propositions (RVP) to My Oracle Support to provide an overview of features and enhancements that are included in Release 15.0 of Oracle Retail. They are intended solely to help retailers and partners assess the business benefits of upgrading to Oracle Retail Release 15.0 and to plan information technology projects and investments. A number of the RVPs address applications that were formerly offered by the company MICROS and are now a part of their first Oracle Retail enterprise release. You can read more about the Version 15 RVPs in this Oracle Retail Documentation Blog post – Announcing Release Value Propositions for Oracle Retail Enterprise 15.0.