Monday, July 20, 2009
Logile Gains Northeast Grocer
Irving-based Logile, which developers enterprise workforce planning software for retailers, reported Monday that it has signed on Golub Corporation, a grocery store chain in the Northeast, as a customer. Golub runs the Price Chopper chain of supermarkets. Financial impact of the sale was not disclosed. Logile said Golub will deploy its software to all of its 119 supermarkets. Logile's software is used for workforce management, including time and attendance tracking, labor scheduling, and other operations management.