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October 3, 2013

For mid-size retail companies — those with anywhere from $10 million to $1 billion in revenue — the combination of today’s steady growth and affordable capital is rare indeed. There is also ample liquidity as traditional middle-market lenders are being joined by institutional investors with deep pockets and a strong desire to participate in these loans. What’s more, new products are available that give borrowers more flexibility. In short, it’s a near ideal environment for midsize company borrowers.

August 7, 2013

As more foreign capital streams into the U.S., global investors appear poised to ratchet up risk levels, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s’ most recent Global Capital Flows report.

Chicago — As more foreign capital streams into the U.S., global investors appear poised to ratchet up risk levels, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s’ most recent Global Capital Flows report.

“Asia Pacific and the Americas are seeing continued growth in investor appetite for direct commercial property; however, in contrast to what we witnessed last year, both new and experienced investors are taking on additional risk,” said Arthur de Haast, lead director, International Capital Group at Jones Lang LaSalle.

May 11, 2011

Retailers will pursue major investment in customer relationship management systems, business intelligence systems, and enterprise resource systems for transaction processing, according to a survey of 152 senior financial executives of global retail companies by KPMG International.

New York City -- Retailers will pursue major investment in customer relationship management systems, business intelligence systems, and enterprise resource systems for transaction processing, according to a survey of 152 senior financial executives of global retail companies by KPMG International.

May 10, 2011

Weiss Markets has selected Retalix's Demand-Driven Replenishment solution to optimize its overall in-stock position and reduce excess inventory and out-of-stocks in its stores.

Dallas -- Weis Markets has selected Retalix's Demand-Driven Replenishment solution to optimize its overall in-stock position and reduce excess inventory and out-of-stocks in its stores.

“We wanted a system that could provide demand-based forecasting and replenishment and assist us in optimizing our inventory. Retalix's Demand-Driven Replenishment solution was the ideal fit," said Bob Mawyer, VP of information technology at Weis Markets, Sunbury, Pa., which operates 164 stores.

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