October 1, 2004




New Catalog Targets Owners of Diminutive Dogs

Judging by the number of pint-size purebreds teetering along city sidewalks and poking their heads out of designer handbags, small dogs are big business. That’s why the founders of Pet Warehouse in August launched G.W. Little, a catalog of …

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October 1, 2004




Flexible Software

SMALL TO MID-SIZED COMPANIES face special challenges when it comes to choosing the right information systems technology. As in the tale of Goldilocks and the three bears, many options on the market just don’t fit — sophisticated programs are too costly, …

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October 1, 2004




Workplace What’s New

Up the Ladder
Talk about moving from back room to boardroom — IT heads have rapidly gained the ear of top management. Most CIOs at companies with less than $1 billion in annual revenue now report directly to the CEO, a big …

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October 1, 2004




Better Shipping Through Software

Because catalog customers want to receive their orders as quickly and inexpensively as possible, catalogers have to figure out the quickest and least expensive way to ship those orders. But the delivery method that’s most efficient for a 2-lb. package …

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October 1, 2004




Spending Rebound Lifts Business Mailers

Following an encouraging first quarter, the publicly traded business marketers tracked by Catalog Age are seeing further evidence of the long-awaited economic recovery.
With the exception of Lawrence, PA-based networking products and services provider Black Box Corp., whose revenue fell 3%, …

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October 1, 2004




Into the Light

Dana Dubbs describes how Lamps Plus replaced manual processes with automation, bringing its facility Into the Light
DAZZLING GROWTH IN ONLINE SALES is driving big changes at the Lamps Plus warehouse in City of Industry, CA. A new order fulfillment …

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October 1, 2004




Connect the dots

In the world of logistics IT, what a difference two years haven’t made! This year’s respondents to O+F’s benchmark survey of information technology voice much the same concerns and preoccupations that surfaced when we conducted this study two years …

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September 22, 2004




Posh Tots Product Line Grows Up

Upscale children’s furnishing marketer Posh Tots is going after posh parents. The Richmond, VA-based company plans to launch Posh Living, a Website of custom and luxury furnishings for grow-ups, by the end of the year. Posh Living will be …

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September 22, 2004




Home Trends Opens Bigger, Better Outlet Store

Having outgrown its outlet store, Rochester, NY-based housewares cataloger Home Trends closed it down and opened a new location on Sept. 15. The two locations are within a complex that includes the company’s warehouse and headquarters. The outlet offers discounts of …

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September 2, 2004




New Catalog Targets Owners of Diminutive Dogs

Judging by the number of pint-sized pure-breds teetering along city sidewalks and poking their heads out of designer pocketbooks, small dogs are big business. That’s why the founders of Pet Warehouse have launched Thousand Oaks, CA-based G.W. Little, …

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