6 Ways SteelFusion powers the Modern Retail Store

| November 14, 2016

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As the retail experience becomes increasingly digital, in-store apps drive revenue and operations. SteelFusion helps you centralize corporate applications like Exchange and SharePoint while delivering a fast experience to remote users. Customer-facing and backroom apps like inventory and time management that must continue to run locally are hosted directly on the SteelFusion platform. SteelFusion ensures continuous operations of your store despite network outages with the added benefit of letting you store and manage servers and data centrally, transforming how you provision, protect, and recover services.

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