Russian Fashion Chain Modis Opts for GK SOFTWARE AG Store Solution

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- New project in the strongly developing Russian market
- Another international sales success through SAP

The rapidly growing Russian operator of fashion department stores, Modis, has decided to use SAP Point-of-Sale by GK. This is the first time that the GK SOFTWARE AG solutions have been successfully sold in Russia through the partnership with SAP. Modis will equip its approx. 65 stores in Russia with the new store software. The key factor here was the seamless integration of the software in the SAP retail system, which is one of the unique selling points of SAP Point-of-Sale by GK. A Russian partner will handle the work required to adapt the standard software to the special requirements of Modis. GK SOFTWARE AG will support this partner with training, development and consultancy services. GK SOFTWARE AG already supplies the store software for two leading retailers in Russia and this involves looking after more than ten thousand productive installations.

The project is due to be completed in 2013. Agreement was reached not to reveal any figures about the value of the project.

About Modis:

Modis, which has its headquarters in the Russian city of Kazan, was founded in 2005 and operates 65 large-format fashion department stores with sales areas measuring between 1,500 and 2,500 square meters. The company has business operations in many major Russian cities and has experienced continual growth for years. It sells clothing and accessories for men, women and children.
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