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Foschini Group chooses LLamasoft's Supply Chain Guru
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Apr '11
The Foschini Group (TFG), one of the foremost specialty retailers in South Africa, has selected Ann Arbor based LLamasoft Inc. to provide software services for supply chain network design and inventory optimization. TFG will license LLamasoft's Supply Chain Guru software to establish an in-house center of excellence around supply chain design and strategic planning.

Cape Town based TFG consists of 14 trading brands and over 1700 stores, dealing in lifestyle products such as fashion, jewelry, accessories, cosmetics, home wares, sporting and outdoor apparel and equipment.

“With our highly diverse product portfolio and large-scale retail operations, our ability to model and continuously optimize our supply chain is critical.” stated Rocco Reitz, The Foschini Group Manager over Supply Chain Analytics. “Supply Chain Guru enables TFG to design a responsive and cost effective supply chain that will help us maintain a decisive competitive advantage.”

LLamasoft's Executive Vice President, Toby Brzoznowski added, “We are extremely excited to work with TFG and support their ongoing strategy to compete through supply chain excellence.”

LLamasoft provides software and expertise to design and improve supply chain network operations. Supply Chain Guru is the leading supply chain strategic planning application available in the market today. It enables companies to model, optimize and simulate their supply chain operations, leading to major improvements in transportation, inventory, sourcing, and production.

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