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Burger King Restaurant Co. Ltd. plans to expand its number of stores and increase revenue. It will use solutions from SAP Ariba and SAP to support them. Using the cloud-based procurement applications and business network of SAP Ariba alongside SAP S/4HANA, Burger King will create an efficient digital process for managing its spend from end to end in an integrated and intelligent way that fuels savings, efficiencies and business growth.


As part of its long-term growth strategy, Fred Meyer Jewelers recently announced a partnership with Synchrony to provide financial services programs for jewelry purchases.


Piggly Wiggly Alabama Distributing Company has selected Ithaca, N.Y.-based Rosie Applications Inc. to implement online shopping at its more than 270 retail locations across the Southeast.


Hudson's Bay Co. has entered into definitive agreements with SIGNA Retail Holdings, a leading European retail and real estate operator, to form a strategic partnership for its European retail and real estate assets.


World Wide Technology, a market-leading technology solution provider, announced the successful completion of the first phase of a multi-year partnership with Schnuck Markets Inc., a third-generation, family-owned grocery/pharmacy retailer, in the development, launch and ongoing expansion of the Schnucks Rewards app and program.


Direct-to-consumer jewelry brand Mejuri recently deployed Tulip’s TurnKey Edition in its first physical store. This new offering captures the key clienteling features and best practices with an out-of-the-box mobile solution that is easy to install, configure and launch in stores.


Opterus Inc., a global provider of cost-effective, web-based store communications and task management solutions, announced that LoveSac, an American furniture retailer specializing in a patented modular furniture system called Sactionals, has chosen the Opterus Store Ops-Center as its centralized communications solution.


BTM Global, a premier provider of retail system integration and development services, announced that Perry Ellis International is live with one of the industry’s first Oracle Retail Customer Engagement v17 implementations in the Oracle cloud, which included converting and migrating data from a legacy CRM system. PEI and BTM Global have rolled out ORCE to approximately 70 stores in the United States and United Kingdom.


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