Adoption Rates High in Retail Industry

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<p><strong>Minneapolis &mdash; June 6</strong><br />Knowledge Infusion, a consulting firm focused on technology solutions that drive human capital management and talent management business value, has announced a significant increase of customers in the retail industry. </p><p>Retail customers include organizations such as: </p><ul><li>Applebee&#39;s, the largest casual-dining restaurant concept in the world.<br /></li><li>Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods, a 250-store sports and fitness specialty retailer.<br /></li><li>Finish Line, an athletic retailer that specializes in brand-name footwear, apparel and accessories.<br /></li><li>H-E-B, one of the largest privately held companies in the United States.<br /></li><li>Luxottica Retail, a designer, manufacturer and distributor of premium and luxury prescription frames and sunglasses.<br /></li><li>Nordstrom, No. 24 on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list.<br /></li><li>Payless ShoeSource, the largest specialty family footwear retailer in the Western hemisphere.<br /></li><li>Safeway, one of the largest food and drug retailers in North America with 1,775 stores.</li></ul><p><br />With the unique demands of a people-driven business, a distributed workforce, often limited store access to systems and traditionally high turnover, retailers are looking for ways to optimize their people, processes and technology to drive business results. </p><p>Organizations are partnering with Knowledge Infusion to develop a customized talent management StrategyMap &mdash; an integrated HR technology plan based on corporate goals, defined business and operating plans, talent strategies, and HR and IT infrastructure.<br /><br />&quot;Retail organizations are turning to Knowledge Infusion in order to stay competitive in an industry that relies on the performance of their people to meet business demands,&quot; said Tanya Carpenter, vice president of business development. &quot;Customers are innovating in ways to attract, develop, incent, retain and measure the performance of their people. Knowledge Infusion plays a critical role in developing the technology plans that enable and support these integrated talent management initiatives while providing a direct and quantifiable impact on the business.&quot;</p>

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