Our DCs are now capable of activities that are factors in lowering costs and are directly attributable to implementing rCMS. A 3-4 year uptrend in costs associated with our Distribution Centers and merchandise handling leveled and began a down turn after rCMS was put in- even while opening a new DC and bringing it up to speed.
Sugar Land, TX (PRWEB) April 6, 2006
Compliance Networks, a leading provider of vendor compliance optimization solutions, announced it will be joined at the Retail Systems by client Burlington Coat Factory. Al Soltanian, Manager of Supply Chain for Burlington Coat Factory will be on hand to discuss their success with Vendor Compliance Optimization since deploying Compliance Networks rCMS Solution.
Burlington Coat Factory implemented the Compliance Networks solution rCMS, to address issues adversely affecting Supply Chain flow and elevating avoidable costs. Burlington Coat Factory has been able to affect significant change internally and within their vendor community to address these issues with dramatic results.
Al Soltanian notes, “We are happy to share our positive experience with Compliance Networks. Compliance Networks and rCMS are directly responsible for a marked reduction in Trouble tickets, lowering costs, increasing DC productivity and flow, and increasing service levels.” He adds, “Our DCs are now capable of activities that are factors in lowering costs and are directly attributable to implementing rCMS. A 3-4 year uptrend in costs associated with our Distribution Centers and merchandise handling leveled and began a down turn after rCMS was put in- even while opening a new DC and bringing it up to speed.”
Speaking on the relationship with Burlington Coat Factory, CEO of Compliance Networks, Greg Holder says, “We have been privileged to work with a forward thinking company whose visionary leaders are using technology to create greater efficiencies within the supply chain and forge collaborative partnerships with their vendors. It is great to see the results of these efforts have been recognized in superior levels of customer service and satisfaction. He also notes, “It is easy to see why in 2003 CIO Magazine named them one of the Top 100 Most Resourceful Companies, based on their pursuit of emerging technologies to reduce costs and why they have been named one of the Top 100 Companies to work for in IT by Computer World Magazine for each of the last five years.”
Mr. Soltanian will be on-hand at the Compliance Networks’ Booth #427 May 22-24 and available to speak with interested parties. Meetings to speak one on one with Mr. Soltanian may be scheduled by contacting Compliance Networks. More information on the Retail Systems 2006 Conference & Exposition can be found at http://www.retailsystems.com
About Burlington Coat Factory
Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Corporation (BCF) is a national department store retail chain offering current, high quality, designer merchandise. Burlington Coat Factory stores feature outerwear, apparel, shoes, accessories for the entire family, baby clothes, furniture, toys, home decor items, and gifts. Burlington serves over 315 stores in 42 states nationwide with annual revenues of 2.5 billion. For more information please visit http://www.coat.com
About Compliance Networks, LLC
Compliance Networks delivers best in class solutions for the retail supply chain. Compliance Networks Solutions enables retailers to align their vendor community with the strategic goals of the retail enterprise, systematically eliminating costs and improving overall profitability. The result is a consistent, predictable and more profitable supply chain. Headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, Compliance Networks also maintains an additional office in Little Rock, Arkansas. Compliance Networks' customer base includes leading retail organizations such as Burlington Coat Factory, Pep Boys, Kohl’s, The Sports Authority, Elder-Beerman/Bon-Ton Stores Corporation and Gottschalks Stores. For more information, visit http://www.compliancenetworks.com.
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