UK: Liberty centralises information systems with CIMS
British luxury fashion retailer Liberty is to roll out Prologic's multi-channel business software to support retail and wholesale operations.
The CIMS V7.6 software will be used at Liberty's flagship store in Great Marlborough Street, and the new Liberty of London store in Sloane Street, and will be accessed by buying and merchandising employees, sales assistants on the shop floor, and back-office staff.
It will also support Liberty's wholesale business operations, which span Europe, US and the Middle East.
Jonathan Samols, Liberty's IT director, says: "Critically, in using a single version, single database product such as CIMS, we have centralised information systems and integrated business processes which enable us to operate far more efficiently."
Better reporting and stock management capabilities, faster in-store transactions and better eCommerce integration are all expected.
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