Monday, February 18, 2008

Merchandise Allocation: Aligning Technology and Business Priorities for the Customer (Atlanta)

BDPA Atlanta chapter is the 8th largest chapter in the nation. The chapter understands that many of us spend a great deal of our disposable income on consumables. As such, we might benefit from an 'inside' look at how major retailers handle their Information Technology departments. You are invited to learn learn how customers benefit from Macy's retail IT solutions. Dean Compton is a leader at Macy's who will talk on the topic, "Merchandise Allocation: Aligning Technology and Business Priorities for the Customer".

In his corporate IT role, Compton oversees development and delivery of solutions to improve the capabilities of Macy's merchants to create a better shopping experience for their customers. His areas of responsibility include merchandise financial and assortment planning, buying and ordering, allocation and replenishment, reporting and analytics.

The meeting will take place on Macy's property:

Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Place: Macy's Systems and Technology
5985 State Bridge Road
Duluth, GA (678) 474-2000

I hope that all of our Atlanta-area readers are able to attend this event on February 27th. If you have questions or wish to discuss further you can leave a REPLY below or by phone (770.828-0603) or by email.

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