Central Grocers Selects Lawson

 

Central Grocers, Inc. licensed the Lawson M3 enterprise finance management, supply chain management, customer sales and service and enterprise performance management suites – along with Lawson System Foundation.

 

The grocery wholesaler and distributor will use the enterprise software applications to help consolidate its financial, supply chain and distribution systems, enhance visibility and reporting and create a strong technology platform for growth.

 

“As our business expands, we need a strong technology base that can help us capitalize on new growth opportunities,” said Tim Kubis, chief financial officer, Central Grocers, Inc. “The Lawson system offers the functionality we need to help us improve the efficiency and accuracy of our business processes, which can ultimately help us make better, margin-impacting decisions.”

 

HBOS Strengthens Personal Loans with Nomis Solutions

 

HBOS renewed its license of Nomis Solutions’ Nomis Price Optimizer.

 

The hosted solution, used by HBOS’ pricing managers to optimize the prices of consumer loan originations, provides a pricing framework that precisely prices loans for specific segments to achieve business objectives, financial performance goals and portfolio mix targets.

 

“Since working with Nomis Solutions our pricing team has achieved both strategic and operational benefits.We continue to gain insights about our customers and our product performance, which we’ve used to advance our pricing practices and process,” said Alex Park, senior manager, pricing, unsecured personal loans at HBOS.

 

Chester County Turns to Mimosa

 

Chester County, Pennsylvania, a region just west of Philadelphia, deployed Mimosa Systems’ Mimosa NearPoint software to ensure the retention, preservation, protection and recovery of its vital email data.

 

Chester County's government is headquartered in West Chester, a borough of 18,000 people 25 miles west of Philadelphia. The county is administered by a board of commissioners charged with managing the large and varied governmental organizations.

 

“We are determined to be ahead of the curve on all technology issues - especially eDiscovery,” said Jim Ray, senior technology manager, Chester County. “We needed a way to seamlessly search through massive amounts of email for legal and human resources.”

 

Nexient Learning Selects Varicent Software

 

Nexient Learning selected Varicent Software as its sales performance management (SPM) solution.


Nexient is turning to SPM as part of a larger customer sector strategy aimed at improving their sales and service effectiveness. Nexient has grown through acquisition, which created an environment of disparate sales systems and compensation strategies. The company's management and its sales representatives are challenged by the lack of visibility and transparency into sales activity across the entire organization.


"Our evaluation of sales performance management consisted of two parts," said Donna de Winter, CEO of Nexient Learning. "First, we examined building and maintaining our own incentive compensation management solution. Second, we looked at currently available software. Ultimately, we decided Varicent was the right organization with the right solution to manage the complexity inherent in Nexient Learning's sales compensation plans."

 

Eaton Steel Improves Business Processes with Oracle

 

Eaton Steel, a leading distributor and processor of engineered steel bars, is relying on the Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Database and Oracle SOA Suite, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, to gain insight into its supply chain network and financial results, simplify transactions with its network of partners and help reduce costs by automating key business processes.

 

Using Oracle Financials, Eaton Steel gained a unified view of its financial performance and transactions across all six of its subsidiaries. As a result, the company has better insight into organizational performance and can consistently refine processes to improve results.

 

Eaton Steel is now able to manage its entire steel production process, from heat-treating and sizing the material to work-in-process to cost and quality management. Additionally, the company relies on Oracle to automatically transfer engineering specifications into production items, bills of material and routing.

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