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A Case Study on Mobile Commerce Forecast: 2011 to 2016

Mobile commerce is expected to reach $31 billion by 2016. While this represents a compounded annual growth rate of 39% from 2011 to 2016, mobile commerce is only expected to be 7% of overall eCommerce sales by 2016. While more consumers will purchase more products and categories on their mobile devices over time, retailer investment in the mobile channel continues to remain modest as companies struggle to value the ROI around mobile investments and they cautiously navigate many difficult questions such as how many devices to bet on, whether to partner with third parties, whether to develop an app, how to integrate mobile into store operations, and how to value the impact of mobile on overall sales. Click here to read more…

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Case Study about Longo’s

Dayforce and the Microsoft Application Platform combine to provide significant value to our operations.
Dave Mastroieni, Vice President of Store Operations, Longo’s.



Situation: Longo’s employs 3,500 employees in its 19 high-end grocery stores. The company, started in 1956 when brothers Tommy, Joe, and Gus Longo opened a produce stand, has been selected by the Financial Post as one of Canada’s Top 50 privately-managed companies for eight consecutive years, achieving platinum status…






Solution: Longo’s worked with Dayforce, a Microsoft Partner, to replace its existing workforce management and HR applications with Dayforce. The application suite provides each Longo’s manager with a complete set of workforce management functions, including labor planning and scheduling, time and attendance tracking, human resources management, task management, and employee self-service. Dayforce is deployed on the Microsoft Application Platform including Windows Server 2008 Enterprise for 64-Bit Systems operating system and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (64-bit) database software…
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HCL Supply Chain Management Case Study

HCL’s Retail practice delivers an end-to-end array of solutions and services that address strategic and operational challenges of retail companies. With our customer centric approach aptly complemented by rich set of retail solutions offerings, accelerators and partnerships, we have established our footprint across the entire retail value chain from vendor management, planning, supply chain efficiency, store operations, merchandising, and customer loyalty to conceptualizing, building and managing multichannel. Click here to read more…




HCL Supply Chain Management Case study


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