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HCN Stock Watch: LOW goes low

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Lowe’s (LOW) was down 6.17% following the release of its earnings report, which pointed to strong growth but was still lower than expected.

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Epicor’s Tablet POS gains traction

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Dublin, Calif.-based Epicor Software Corp announced that Williams Lumber and Home Centers and Burnco Landscape Centres have implemented Epicor Eagle Tablet POS. 

The system is designed to boost business efficiency and increase customer satisfaction, the company said. 

Williams Lumber and Home Centers, an eight-location hardware, lumber, and building materials retailer, has operated their business with Epicor Eagle for six years. The company has now deployed Epicor Eagle Tablet POS to improve their sales process while out of the office. 

“This solution has been a huge advancement for Williams Lumber,” said Frank Trippi, IT director for Williams Lumber and Home Centers.  “It allows our outside sales associates to create orders on the road without having to use secondary programs that are known to be cumbersome on tablets.” 

Epicor Eagle Tablet POS is an easy-to-use mobile application that helps retailers accelerate checkout, review product availability and details, and capture customer information at the touch of a finger. Easily integrated with customer loyalty programs and mobile payments, Eagle Tablet POS gives businesses the flexibility to service their customers anywhere, the company said.

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NLBMDA to host breakfast at 2014 IBS

BY HBSDEALER Staff

The National Lumber and Building Materials Dealers Association (NLBMDA) will be hosting its first-ever Dealer Networking Breakfast & Housing Forecast at the 2014 International Builders Show, taking place Feb. 5 in Las Vegas.

Attendees will have an opportunity to network as well as get up to speed with the latest housing forecast, delivered by National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) chief economist David Crowe.

Interested LBM dealers can register now for the breakfast, as well as for the International Builders Show via the NLBMDA registration portal for an exclusive discount.

The breakfast will take place between 7:00 a.m. and 8:45 a.m. at the LVH Hotel – Pavilion 9. There is a separate registration fee of $25.

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