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Home Depot, Yardi partner on digital payment

BY Dan Berthiaume

Atlanta – Customers of real estate management software provider Yardi can now have access to thousands of The Home Depot products either in store or online with a click of a button via the online procurement system offered with Yardi Procure to Pay, a fully automated end-to-end procurement and invoice processing platform. The Yardi Procure to Pay system enables The Home Depot purchase orders and invoices to flow through an automated, customized online approval workflow, giving property owners and managers insight into all purchases and ensuring complete purchasing compliance.

For clients currently using Yardi PayScan, access to The Home Depot catalog is available at no additional cost and no implementation is required. In addition to online purchasing, registered clients can also visit any of The Home Depot’s U.S. locations to make in-store purchases. Those purchases automatically update online purchase orders and are invoiced through Yardi Procure to Pay.

“We are thrilled about our new business relationship with Yardi,” said J.T. Rieves, VP of The Home Depot Pro Business. “Property managers now have a compliant ordering solution with the option of selecting same-day, in-store pickup or even delivery from The Home Depot. The Home Depot will leverage its thousands of U.S. locations, vast distribution network and outside sales team to become a strategic supplier of maintenance, repair and operating supplies and building materials for our very important property management customers.”

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Vince Camuto selects Island Pacific enterprise suite

BY Dan Berthiaume

Greenwich, Conn. – Women’s lifestyle brand Vince Camuto will deploy Island Pacific SmartSuite solutions in all Vince Camuto retail stores. Island Pacific’s SmartRetail core merchandising application, part of the Island Pacific SmartSuite of solutions for specialty retailers, will provide Vince Camuto parent company Camuto Group with an integrated end-to-end solution for the company’s headquarters and retail stores.

“Following a rigorous and detailed evaluation of five vendors, we selected Island Pacific SmartSuite as it provides us with a very robust and comprehensive end-to-end solution to support our growth,” said Robert Forte, senior VP, IT, Camuto Group. “It has rich functional applications which will enable us to strategically manage all aspects of our business under the Vince Camuto brand. This is a strategic investment for us as we plan to grow the business significantly over the next few years."

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Simon partners with Glamour and GQ for omnichannel promo

BY Dan Berthiaume

Indianapolis – Simon is launching Lookbook Live, a joint fall fashion program spanning print, digital, social media, and live events in collaboration with Glamour and GQ magazines. Kicking off in Glamour’s and GQ’s September issues with a nine-page custom-shot Simon Lookbook insert, the program extends online with significant presence on Glamour’s and GQ‘s digital properties, including his-and-hers videos, which provide an in-depth look into how to wear fall’s trends.

The program’s social component encourages readers to send a photo of their favorite fall looks using the hashtags #foundatsimon and #gqglamourcontestentry for the opportunity to win a $2,500 shopping spree at a Simon center.

Starting in September, the Lookbook Live Event Series will bring the program’s print and digital assets to 11 Simon centers across the U.S. This interactive trend showcase, hosted by style pros from Glamour and GQ, will offer personal one-on-one styling sessions, beauty how-to lessons, social media challenges and giveaways.

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