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    Save Mart Expanding Use of Tomax Workforce Management Solution

    MODESTO, Calif.-- Save Mart here, which has already implemented Tomax's Workforce Management solution, including labor forecasting and scheduling, in 127 stores acquired from Albertson's, LLC, now plans to purchase additional licenses to roll out Workforce Management in its remaining 125 Save Mart and Food Maxx bannered stores.

    MODESTO, Calif.-- Save Mart here, which has already implemented Tomax's Workforce Management solution, including labor forecasting and scheduling, in 127 stores acquired from Albertson's, LLC, now plans to purchase additional licenses to roll out Workforce Management in its remaining 125 Save Mart and Food Maxx bannered stores.

    The solution, part of the Tomax Demand-Driven Retail Continuum suite, controls labor costs by creating accurate schedules to support all retail processes at the stores, including customer service. In the United States, Workforce Management supports labor forecasting, scheduling and time and attendance processes for over 7,800 stores and 1.5 million employees.

    "Workforce Management is a key strategic step towards optimizing our planning, execution, and measurement of labor efficiency and labor effectiveness," noted Save Mart director of retail efficiencies Steve Gaines Sr. in a statement.

    "As a result of 20 years of experience in retail labor management, Tomax offers a robust, easy-to-use workforce management solution that manages payroll costs while improving customer service, as well as connecting the dots across people and processes to maximize operational effectiveness," added Tomax c.e.o. Eric Olafson.

    Salt Lake City-based Tomax is a provider of real-time merchandising and store execution applications, with a customer base including Raley's Supermarkets, ShopRite, Trader Joe's, and Winn-Dixie.

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