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Home Retail Group Selects LLamasoft as Supply Chain Design Partner of Choice

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LLamasoft, the global leader in supply chain design software and solutions, announces that Home Retail Group has selected LLamasoft’s Supply Chain Guru as its tool of choice for supply chain modeling.

Home Retail Group is the UK’s leading home and general merchandise retailer, with brands Argos, Homebase and Habitat. The first stores associated with the brand opened in 1964, with decades of growth and expansions leading to the 1,114 stores today. In addition to the retail stores they also hold several product lines in both the consumer products and toy industries. To most efficiently manage its complex supply chain, Home Retail Group is implementing supply chain modeling software to best serve its customers.

“Having worked with LLamasoft in the past on various projects, we knew LLamasoft was the right supply chain design technology partner to help us build our own design team and reach our goals,” said Laurence Garnett, Head of Fulfilment Transformation at Home Retail Group.

“We are thrilled to continue our relationship with the Home Retail Group on their supply chain design initiatives,” said LLamasoft Executive Vice President Toby Brzoznowski. “This partnership demonstrates our continued growth worldwide and in the retail sector.”

Source : Llamasoft Press Release
www.llamasoft.com/news/home-retail-group-selects-llamasoft-as-supply-chain-design-partner-of-choice/ 

 

23 December 2015

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