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  • / Press Release

    Schnuck Markets Selects RedPrairie’s Workforce Management Solution

    St. Louis-based grocer with over 100 food and drug stores looks to increase the efficiency of labor schedules in all stores Milwaukee, WI – RedPrairie Corporation, a world leading consumer driven optimization company, announced today that St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets, Inc. has selected RedPrairie’s Workforce Management solution. Schnucks will implement RedPrairie’s Workforce Management solution, including time and attendance, accruals,...

    Posted 06/26/2008

    St. Louis-based grocer with over 100 food and drug stores looks to increase the efficiency of labor schedules in all stores Milwaukee, WI – RedPrairie Corporation, a world leading consumer driven optimization company, announced today that St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets, Inc. has selected…
  • / Press Release

    Retail Expert, Inc. Launches the Store Manager’s Assistant SMA

    Retail Expert expands performance management capabilities with a new store-level analytical application. Woburn, Massachusetts, June 24, 2005 – Retail Expert, Inc. has developed and implemented a new application designed to measure, monitor, and improve the performance of cashiers. Store Manager’s Assistant – SMA ä provides store managers with automated analysis, action plans, and actionable information designed to help coach cashiers to better...

    Posted 06/28/2005

    Retail Expert expands performance management capabilities with a new store-level analytical application. Woburn, Massachusetts, June 24, 2005 – Retail Expert, Inc. has developed and implemented a new application designed to measure, monitor, and improve the performance of cashiers. Store…

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  • / Technology

    Meals.com releases results and reorganizes

    Meals.com says a 27-store test of its Shopper in-store web-based kiosk increased sales in the test stores.

    Posted 05/11/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Meals.com says a 27-store test of its Shopper in-store web-based kiosk increased sales in the test stores.

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