Netto Marken-Discount (Spar) in Germany decides for Aldata G.O.L.D.

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Netto Marken-Discount, an affiliate of Michael Schels & Sohn GmbH & Co.oHG, headquartered in Ponholz, Germany, has made a decision to use the Aldata G.O.L.D. Supply Chain Management software for its supply chain processes.

Aldata G.O.L.D. is a complete retail supply chain software suite composed of central head-office operations, sales outlet management and warehouse management. Aldata G.O.L.D.s comprehensive and integrated functionality for the daily goods sector was one of the main reasons for Nettos choice. Another principal factor was the fact that Aldata has a very experienced retail team in Germany. Netto was already a customer of BUSY Warenwirtschaft mit System GmbH Cologne, acquired by the Aldata group in 2002.

To ensure optimal replenishment times of Netto stores, Aldatas voice picking system, G.O.L.D. Vocal was integrated with Nettos existing central supply chain system Busy WWS. In the next phase, by the end of 2004, G.O.L.D. Vocal will be deployed in Nettos 5 other warehouses and G.O.L.D. STOCK will be implemented for its warehouse management systems. Implementing G.O.L.D. Central for central buying and merchandise management, G.O.L.D. Topase for stock ordering optimization and G.O.L.D. Shop for centralized sales outlets management are also already agreed and planned.

Klaus Kaiser, leader of Aldatas Retail Competence Center in Germany, states:

"One of Nettos essential requirements was a strategic solution for the future and one which could be deployed step by step. Netto is confirming the capability of Aldata G.O.L.D. to do exactly this with the products they selected.

Dr. Manfred Alt, Managing Director of Aldata Retail Solutions GmbH and a member of the Executive Management Team of Aldata Group, is pleased about this latest success in Germany: "The international success of Aldata G.O.L.D., particularly in the daily goods sector with Ahold, Carrefour, Casino and Tesco amongst others, is also continuing in Germany.

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