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Jeffrey Lovelace N.

Manager of Distribution Center Systems

SpencerGifts.com

HQ Phone: (609) 645-3300

Email: j***@***.com

SpencerGifts.com

6826 Black Horse Pike

Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey 08234

United States

Company Description

Spencer Gifts LLC is a lifestyle retail company that operates two unique, national brands ,Spencer's and Spirit Halloween , throughout the United States, Canada and online. Spencer's has been focused on delivering humor and enjoyment to people's lives fo ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Information Technology Supervisor II
Ross Stores, Inc.

Account Executive (#763051)
Agel Enterprises Ltd

Education

B.A.
IS and Finance
University of North Carolina , Charlotte

Web References (13 Total References)


The visibility tool was installed in ...

www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]

The visibility tool was installed in September 2001, at the beginning of Spencer Gifts' busy season, reports Jeffrey N. Lovelace, manager of distribution center systems for the retailer. "We put it in place to let the transactions database build up" throughout the busy Halloween and Christmas seasons. End users will begin using the system later this spring.

Once the system is fully functional, the retailer's logistics staff will be able to create online reports to chart and monitor real-time distribution progress. In addition, "ViaView will notify users when certain criteria occur," Lovelace explains. The system might notify users, for example, that a particular product is a hot seller or that another product is backordering.
The solution will be used initially in the distribution center, but the company may also choose to roll out the system to its individual store managers. This would give stores the ability to check order status or inventory levels in real time.
In addition, Lovelace says, store managers would be able to subscribe to information so that they could be notified what products are arriving, when a shipment actually left the DC, where it currently is located, and how many cartons are on the shipment, down to the SKU detail level.


The visibility tool was installed in ...

www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]

The visibility tool was installed in September 2001, at the beginning of Spencer Gifts' busy season, reports Jeffrey N. Lovelace, manager of distribution center systems for the retailer. "We put it in place to let the transactions database build up" throughout the busy Halloween and Christmas seasons. End users will begin using the system later this spring.

Once the system is fully functional, the retailer's logistics staff will be able to create online reports to chart and monitor real-time distribution progress. In addition, "ViaView will notify users when certain criteria occur," Lovelace explains. The system might notify users, for example, that a particular product is a hot seller or that another product is backordering.
The solution will be used initially in the distribution center, but the company may also choose to roll out the system to its individual store managers. This would give stores the ability to check order status or inventory levels in real time.
In addition, Lovelace says, store managers would be able to subscribe to information so that they could be notified what products are arriving, when a shipment actually left the DC, where it currently is located, and how many cartons are on the shipment, down to the SKU detail level.


The visibility tool was installed in ...

www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]

The visibility tool was installed in September 2001, at the beginning of Spencer Gifts' busy season, reports Jeffrey N. Lovelace, manager of distribution center systems for the retailer. "We put it in place to let the transactions database build up" throughout the busy Halloween and Christmas seasons. End users will begin using the system later this spring.

Once the system is fully functional, the retailer's logistics staff will be able to create online reports to chart and monitor real-time distribution progress. In addition, "ViaView will notify users when certain criteria occur," Lovelace explains. The system might notify users, for example, that a particular product is a hot seller or that another product is backordering.
The solution will be used initially in the distribution center, but the company may also choose to roll out the system to its individual store managers. This would give stores the ability to check order status or inventory levels in real time.
In addition, Lovelace says, store managers would be able to subscribe to information so that they could be notified what products are arriving, when a shipment actually left the DC, where it currently is located, and how many cartons are on the shipment, down to the SKU detail level.


The visibility tool was installed in ...

www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]

The visibility tool was installed in September 2001, at the beginning of Spencer Gifts' busy season, reports Jeffrey N. Lovelace, manager of distribution center systems for the retailer. "We put it in place to let the transactions database build up" throughout the busy Halloween and Christmas seasons. End users will begin using the system later this spring.

Once the system is fully functional, the retailer's logistics staff will be able to create online reports to chart and monitor real-time distribution progress. In addition, "ViaView will notify users when certain criteria occur," Lovelace explains. The system might notify users, for example, that a particular product is a hot seller or that another product is backordering.
The solution will be used initially in the distribution center, but the company may also choose to roll out the system to its individual store managers. This would give stores the ability to check order status or inventory levels in real time.
In addition, Lovelace says, store managers would be able to subscribe to information so that they could be notified what products are arriving, when a shipment actually left the DC, where it currently is located, and how many cartons are on the shipment, down to the SKU detail level.


The visibility tool was installed in ...

www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]

The visibility tool was installed in September 2001, at the beginning of Spencer Gifts' busy season, reports Jeffrey N. Lovelace, manager of distribution center systems for the retailer. "We put it in place to let the transactions database build up" throughout the busy Halloween and Christmas seasons. End users will begin using the system later this spring.

Once the system is fully functional, the retailer's logistics staff will be able to create online reports to chart and monitor real-time distribution progress. In addition, "ViaView will notify users when certain criteria occur," Lovelace explains. The system might notify users, for example, that a particular product is a hot seller or that another product is backordering.
The solution will be used initially in the distribution center, but the company may also choose to roll out the system to its individual store managers. This would give stores the ability to check order status or inventory levels in real time.
In addition, Lovelace says, store managers would be able to subscribe to information so that they could be notified what products are arriving, when a shipment actually left the DC, where it currently is located, and how many cartons are on the shipment, down to the SKU detail level.

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