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Foodstuffs NZ

Foodstuffs Auckland Ltd licenses GL Wand from Excel4apps through IQX Business Solutions

29 August 2012
Excel4apps announced that Foodstuffs Auckland Ltd, a Retail and Distribution organization based in New Zealand, have selected GL Wand to complement their SAP Financial reporting toolset.

Foodstuffs is New Zealand’s largest retail organisation and the second largest commercial organisation by revenue in New Zealand. They are an integrated retail operation employing more than 30,000 people nationwide. They have more than 680 stores and wholesale outlets throughout the country.

For more information on Foodstuffs Auckland Ltd please visit www.foodstuffs.co.nz

For more information on IQX Business Solutions the transaction partner please visit www.iqxbusiness.com
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