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Alco Stores taps OrderMotion to provide automated back-office order management

BY Staff Writer

Burlington, Mass. — OrderMotion, a web-based platform for direct-to-consumer (D2C) campaign and order management, announced that Midwest consumer goods retailer Alco Stores selected OrderMotion’s OMX platform as the back-office technology best suited to grow with its online volume demands while also leveraging its Magento eCommerce front-end system.

“We needed a solid order management system for our online store at AlcoStores.com to offer seamless integration with Magento while providing in-depth drop-shipping capabilities,” commented Alco senior VP marketing and eCommerce, Brent Streit. “Scalability is a big OMX plus as well — OrderMotion’s technology has the ability to easily process large volumes of orders to meet increased seasonal or promotional demands.

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Mar-25-2013 05:33 pm

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P.Lab says:
Mar-25-2013 05:33 pm

You really make it appear so easy along with your presentation however I find this matter to be actually one thing which I believe I would never understand. It sort of feels too complicated and very wide for me.I am looking forward for your next put up, I will attempt to get the hang of it! Herbal Incense

S.Gudicceli says:
Aug-31-2012 11:48 am

I agree with ALCO that for huge online stores, a software to sort the orders, products, inventory and sales is very important to maintain a well-organized business. Does OrderMotion technology provides a trial version of their order management system software? Also, do they create a customized software for their clients; say tweaks on the existing software?

S.Gudicceli says:
Aug-31-2012 11:48 am

I agree with ALCO that for huge online stores, a software to sort the orders, products, inventory and sales is very important to maintain a well-organized business. Does OrderMotion technology provides a trial version of their order management system software? Also, do they create a customized software for their clients; say tweaks on the existing software?

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Newell Rubbermaid posts declines in Q2

BY CSA STAFF

Newell Rubbermaid’s net sales declined 1.9% to $1.52 billion in the second quarter ended June 30. Net income declined 23.8% to $111.8 million. But those declines didn’t prevent CEO Michael Polk from looking at the bright side and pointing to momentum.

Core sales, which exclude the impact of changes in foreign currency translation, grew by 0.4%. And net sales for the first six months were $2.85 billion, up 1.0 % from the first-half results last year.

"Our solid second-quarter results build on the momentum established in the first quarter, resulting in a good first half of 2012,” Polk said. “During the first half, we reported 2.5% core sales growth, normalized operating margin expansion of 20 basis points, and normalized earnings per share increase of 8.1%."

Among Newell Rubbermaid’s brands are Rubbermaid, Sharpie, Irwin and Lenox.

The company also pointed to double-digit core sales growth in emerging markets.

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True Value and Epicor expand alliance

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Epicor Software Corporation and True Value Co., announced the continuation of an agreement naming Epicor as True Value’s recommended Epicor(R) Eagle(R) point-of-sale (POS) solution provider.

This 3-year agreement provides more of True Value’s retailers the opportunity to benefit from Epicor solutions, according to the companies.

"True Value is excited to continue this partnership with Epicor as one of our preferred POS vendors," stated Rosalee Hermens, vice president and chief information officer for the True Value Company. "We look forward to Epicor’s continued support and POS software solutions to help drive sales for our retailers."

The recently signed agreement includes:

• A new focused drive to get preferred system penetration;
• More stores sharing POS data to populate Retailer Workbench;
• Increasing POS standardization across True Value; and
• Expanded sales opportunities for the Unity Customer Base as well as all Epicor supported stores.

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