Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-06-01 Email Print
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Retailers face an old dilemma: differentiating their wares from those of the company next door. Retek responds with a full menu of capabilities.
Hudson's Bay Company
Project: Canada's largest retailer has two separate deployments of Retek 7, but both flow into a single data warehouse.
Operational VP, Application Devel.
Project: Replaced all its core transactional systems five years ago, deploying Retek Merchandising System (RMS) and Active Retail Intelligence (ARI).
Project: Dallas-based retail chain took on RMS 7 in 1998, and just recently purchased Retek's POS system.
The North West Company
Project: Canadian food merchandiser began looking at Retek back in 1995deploying RMS 6.5 in 1997.
Best Buy Canada & Future Shop
Sr. Manager, Business Information
Project: Consumer-electronics chains have three modules: RMS 7, Retek Demand Forecasting 10 and Retek Distribution Management (RDM) 9.2.
Distribution Services I.T. Manager
Project: Regional convenience-store chain is using RDM 9.1 and Warehouse Management System.
I.S. Manager, Business Systems
Project: Sporting-goods chain is running Retek 8.0.3.
INDIGO BOOKS & MUSIC
Project: Canada's top book retailer has begun replacing a seven-year-old Retek deployment with an SAP platform.
The executives listed here are all SAP customers. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.