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Makro SA licenses GL Wand from Excel4apps

13 July 2010
Excel4apps announced that Makro SA, a retail organization based in South Africa, has selected GL Wand to complement its SAP Financial reporting toolset. Makro is a chain of warehouse clubs, also called cash and carries. Makro comprises 13 warehouse clubs in South Africa and two similar formats in Zimbabwe that trade in food, general merchandise and liquor. The low-cost/low-margin trading philosophy is manifested in the distribution of high volumes of merchandise in selected categories at very competitive prices. A superior merchandise proposition (quality, differentiation, innovation, style, price, etc.) is the cornerstone of the value offering to customers. For more information on Makro SA, please visit www.makro.co.za.
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