Clinton Cards integrates merchandising for stores

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Clinton Cards, the UK specialist retailer of greetings cards, has commissioned K3, the UK provider of Microsoft Dynamics, to develop and implement a solution to manage Clinton Cards central merchandising, stock ordering and sales analytics across its 1,100 stores.

Richard Wilson, Group Systems Development Manager, said, The software package will also be integrated with the stores own EPOS systems and the other applications installed at the branches.

Paul Makin, Sales Director, K3 said, We are delighted to be working with the UKs leading greeting cards retailer for the replacement of their central Merchandising Management Systems.  The solution covers core inventory management, purchasing and auto replenishment and will be an excellent opportunity to demonstrate K3s capability.

The solution is planned to go live in August.

About Clinton Cards

Clinton Cards has grown rapidly in recent years expanding from 277 shops in 1994 to over 700 shops today.  In December 2004, the acquisition of the Birthdays Group took place and there are currently 350 Birthdays stores.

About K3

As the UKs largest provider of Microsoft Dynamics, K3 provides business software solutions for the retail sector, built around the complete Microsoft technology stack.

As a Gold Level Partner, and with 25 years of experience, K3s implementations employ a structured approach that focuses on delivering unique competitive advantages within an agreed performance structure.

Clients that have enjoyed the benefits of a K3 software solution include, Adidas, Alliance Pharmacy, American Golf, Booths Supermarkets, Carpetright, Choices UK Plc, Dobbies Garden Centres, Dreams, Gamestation, Gamestop, Lakeland, Leekes, National Gallery Company, Pearsons, Rugby Football Union, Shoon, Space NK.

K3 is part of the K3 Business Technology Group Plc

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