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Giant Tiger bridges the gap in financial planning - Aligning local stores with corporate objectives

Case Study Published By: IBM Software
IBM Software
Published:  Oct 04, 2011
Type:  Case Study
Length:  4 pages

With a network of more than 200 stores across Canada, Giant Tiger wanted to find a better way to align local financial and operational planning with central corporate objectives. Learn how they automated budgeting and forecasting processes and enabled store-based users to enter actual data directly into the system via a simple web interface to reduce the budgeting cycle by up to 85 percent, save approximately 220 hours per month for store-based staff, and receive a full return on investment within 24 months.



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customer, perfomance management, technology, ibm, planning objectives, budget, forecasting, investment