Booths Selects Logile’s Store Planning and Workforce Management Suite to Optimize Labor and Improve the Customer Experience
Booths’ selection supports the company’s strategic advancement into automation and marks Logile’s expansion into the United Kingdom
Logile, Inc., leading store planning, execution and workforce management solution provider, today announced that Booths, premier Northern England high-end supermarket chain, selected Logile store planning and workforce management solution suites and engineered labor standards. Booths will implement the software solutions throughout the company’s retail store locations, petrol stations, warehouses and corporate office. This selection represents a key strategic technological milestone for Booths and Logile’s first U.K.-based customer.
As part of an initiative to ultimately automate current manual processes and gain key workforce management, mobile and employee self-service capabilities, Booths sought a solution that would enable the company to become more sophisticated in how it spends its labor and to more strategically invest in selling and customer engagement activities.
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Booths will implement engineered labor standards built by Logile as the initial step in optimizing labor and increasing operational efficiency. Additionally, Booths is implementing Logile’s Enterprise Standards Manager, Enterprise Labor Model, Sales & Labor Planning, Forecasting & Staff Planning, Employee Scheduling, Time & Attendance and Enterprise Reporting software solutions to operationalize and achieve all the benefits associated with an integrated workforce management solution.
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“After evaluating 19 vendors, we selected Logile because the solutions offered the exact combination of functionality and performance to address our complex requirements. Additionally, Logile’s track record of customer commitment and successful implementations to more than 20 advanced retailers were critical in our ultimate selection of the company,” said Al Paton, IT project manager at Booths. “It was important to us to partner with the right provider that we felt confident would be able to guide us and help bring our vision of labor and operational optimization to fruition. This will enable us to more effectively invest our resources in providing an even better customer experience.”
“We admire Booths’ long-standing dedication to delivering the best quality goods and stellar service to its customers. We are thrilled to partner with such a forward-looking retail leader in this next transformative step in their journey,” said Rick Schlenker, Logile co-founder and executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We’re also honored that Booths represents Logile’s first customer partnership in the United Kingdom as we expand into the U.K., Europe and Middle East.”
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