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SAN DIEGO - Dallo Enterprises, Inc., a 10-store independent grocer, is implementing Connected Services Item Hosting from Plano, Texas-based StoreNext Retail Technologies. Dallo has also selected StoreNext’s ISS45 point-of-sale solution to be rolled out to all stores, including its Harvest Ranch, Orchards, Foodland, Hometown, Gigante, and Jonathon’s La Jolla banners.
“We believe that the affordability and anytime/anywhere availability of StoreNext’s Web-based applications will allow us to better manage operations across all stores,” said Mike Dallo, Dallo’s c.e.o. “Connected Services allows us to access high-end applications without significant up-front hardware and software costs.”
According to Dallo IT project manager Tom Bauer, the company has installed ISS45 in four of its 10 stores to date, and expects to complete the implementations in early 2005. Stores will “go live” with CIH as each ISS45 install is completed, Bauer said.
Connected Item Hosting (CIH) supports all of ISS45 POS’ major data components, including the item file, price file, and promotions engine. It also supports the entire life cycle of an item -- or promotion -- from creation through pricing and to final chain-store distribution. CIH acts as the master item catalog and manages UPC files across every store in the chain while serving as a data repository for other Connected Services modules.
SouthWest POS, a regional systems integrator, is working closely with StoreNext to ensure a smooth implementation. SouthWest POS also provides point of sale solutions to other retailers in southern California, Arizona, southern Nevada, and New Mexico.