Retail is a fast-growing, consumer-oriented space. The advent of smartphones and internet in this segment has led to diversification of retailer-customer interactions across multiple channels. Customers find product details online, go window shopping at physical stores, order online, return products at physical stores, raise queries and complaints on mobile devices, etc. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that technology has changed the meaning of shopping and all that it involves. In such a cutthroat competitive environment, retailers need to provide a seamless and unified experience across all channels. This is what the retail world calls Unified Omnichannel Commerce. This business model entails synergizing the various channels—mobile applications, websites, and physical stores—in a way that all of them share real-time data that can be accessed by retailers and consumers anywhere, anytime. While any trending business solution offers unending opportunities for staying ahead of the curve, there are challenges that tag along. And, Unified Omnichannel Commerce is not an exception to this.