SAP Wins Beall's Project

The 600-store $1.2 billion Beall's outlet chain did a shootout with Oracle and SAP to replace some inhouse and legacy packages and SAP won, according to comments attributed to CIO Joe Iannello in a Computerworld story.

Iannello said Beall's plans to use most of the modules in the integrated SAP for Retail software, including the point-of-sale, back-end ERP, finance, human capital management, merchandise management, supply chain and master data management applications.

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