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American Apparel implements Infor workforce management solution

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Atlanta — Infor, a provider of business application software, announced that American Apparel has selected and implemented the company’s WFM Workbrain solution to manage the retailer’s global workforce.

American Apparel needed a flexible and scalable tool that could be deployed across all its operations, allowing the company to better manage its global workforce with integrated time and attendance and store labor scheduling. By leveraging its existing timeclock hardware, the retailer was able to implement Infor’s Workbrain Time and Attendance solution in 15 weeks.

“Our ability to implement Global Time and Attendance in just 15 weeks is truly a testament to the flexibility and extendibility of the Workbrain application,” said Stacey Shulman, VP technology, American Apparel. “Infor Workbrain’s mathematical — rather than heuristic — approach to solving our scheduling challenges was a key factor in our decision to move forward.”

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Home Depot appoints new Canadian chief

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New York City — The Home Depot promoted Aaron Carmack to president of The Home Depot Canada.

Carmack, currently regional VP of the Pac North region in the United States, on Jan. 31 replaces Annette Verschuren, who is leaving the home-improvement retailer after nearly 15 years.

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Tiffany’s president to retire in 2012

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New York City — Tiffany & Co. announced that James Quinn will retire in early 2012. Quinn joined Tiffany in 1986 and has served as president since 2003, responsible for the company’s sales outside the Americas.

Michael Kowalski, chairman and CEO, said, “Jim’s contributions to Tiffany over his long and illustrious career have been enormous. In particular, his leadership of the global expansion of the Tiffany & Co. brand has been transformative for the company. Over the past 25 years, few have contributed as much to Tiffany as Jim. A search has been commissioned for a senior executive to assume Jim’s responsibilities for the Asia-Pacific, Japan and Europe regions as well as Emerging Markets. This individual will report directly to me as an executive vice president.”

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