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Torrid is leveraging the next generation of Zipline’s platform, Zipline360, to ensure employees and managers at the store level follow and understand corporate tasks and goals.
The specialty women’s apparel and intimates retailer for sizes 10 to 30 has implemented the new Zipline360 field operations platform. In an exclusive interview, Elizabeth Haynes, Senior VP Store Ops, Loss Prevention & Visual Merchandising at Torrid, told Chain Store Age about the growing company’s mission to remove any friction in communications between headquarters and stores.
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