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Burlington Coat Factory deploys QuantiSense's Retail BI
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May '08
QuantiSense announced that Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Corporation has selected QuantiSense for its business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing solution and has begun implementation within its merchandising operations.

With almost 400 stores nationwide and aggressive growth plans, Burlington embarked on a BI and data warehousing initiative in order to gain more merchandising insight, further streamline its reporting process, and continue to improve the quality and timeliness of its analytics.

Burlington Coat Factory operates a complex merchandising mix that includes more than 10 million SKUs and multiple divisions, ranging from apparel and footwear to baby furniture and home decor.

The company sought a BI solution that would put analytics and reporting in the hands of business users, allowing them to quickly access critical business information.

Burlington Coat Factory evaluated 13 vendors and chose QuantiSense based on the company's exclusive focus on the retail industry, the use of industry standard hardware and software components, the ability for QuantiSense to handle the complexities of retail, and the ability for the QuantiSense software to be quickly implemented.

"Businesses can't afford to wait 18 months to implement a solution," said Brad Friedman, Senior Vice President of Information Services, Burlington Coat Factory. "QuantiSense showed extraordinary responsiveness to our needs and quickly rose to the topin our evaluation process."


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