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SaaS tool enables dynamic visibility & collaboration into store opts
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Jul '08
In its 10th year of serving retailers around the world, ecVision still continues to roll-out new functionality that enhances its flagship product, XpressCommerce.

Dovetailing the benefits found in the Framework of the core product, a product lifecycle management and supply chain that enables greater collaboration and visibility between retailers and trading partners, the Store Construction module provides project management functionality to retail and franchise operations teams.

ecVision's Store Construction module addresses all of the challenges these enterprises are faced with, enabling them to streamline and refine the business processes of store construction projects starting with site development to grand opening.

It helps companies reduce the time and cost it takes to open, renovate, or close stores, by improving the overall execution of the projects.

Specifically, this product is a central, Web-based resource for all project information and communications. Licensed as a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, the Store Construction module can be quickly implemented with little involvement of IT resources.

“This comprehensive offering is another example of how ecVision continues to deliver on its customer-focused strategy by providing the most complete, scalable suite of offerings tailored for the retail industry,” said Cheryl Layne, VP of Products and Solutions for ecVision.

“Each year, retailers painstakingly struggle through hundreds of discrete tasks to get their stores up and running. This module equips organizations with a single system to define and manage all tasks, issues, and documents for all store construction processes.

This brings a level of visibility that enables the entire user community to see relevant information and provides management insight across the entire project.”

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