Cumberland Farms Expands Network with PMIS-Enabled Processes
Prior to 2012, Cumberland Farms Capital Projects group was largely paper driven, relying on spreadsheets and word documents. Learn how they used PMIS-enabled processes to modernize the business.
Founded in 1939, Cumberland Farms operates a network of almost 600 gas and retail convenience stores in 8 states, including Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Key in the company’s longevity is its willingness to adapt to industry demand. Today, the transformation comes in the form of an extensive modernization campaign. The family-owned and operated chain is introducing dozens of what it calls concept stores, which are typically larger than the company’s legacy stores with a focus toward food and drink services.
For close to six years, Cumberland Farms have looked to project management information system (PMIS) to ensure process efficiency and facilitate the current modernization program.
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