1 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL POINT OF SALE (POS) HARDWARE SOLUTION FOR RETAIL STORES BID INSTRUCTIONS NOVA SCOTIA LIQUOR CORPORATION 93 CHAIN LAKE DRIVE HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA NSLC TENDER NO: GD-04-P-14 Closing Location: NSLC Contact: The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, 93 Chain Lake Drive, Halifax, NS, B3S 1A3 Stephen Bayer Manager, Procurement & Tendering
2 2 1. The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) invites proposals from parties interested in providing a Point of Sale (POS) Hardware solution for our retail outlets. Interested parties are invited to submit proposals outlining their qualifications, experience, pricing, implementation plan and references as outlined in the body of this RFP document. The term for this contract will be to provide services as early as possible with the goal of delivering project completion as per specifications. Project implementation dependent upon approval by the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation s (NSLC) Board of Directors. 2. The NSLC Policy is to ensure that all firms interested in becoming government suppliers shall be given equitable access to contract opportunities, except that consideration may be shown to Atlantic Provinces suppliers, manufacturers and contractors whenever practical and economically feasible to do so, consistent with The Atlantic Procurement Agreement. 3. Proposals must be delivered to the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, prior to the RFP closing date. Please indicate the RFP reference number on your document and/or envelope. Mailing/Courier Address: Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation Attn: Stephen Bayer Manager, Procurement & Tendering RFP No. GD-04-P Chain Lake Drive Halifax, Nova Scotia B3S 1A3 4. Inquiries regarding the RFP Specifications are to be directed by to Sean Lane, Senior Manager, IT Operations, NSLC at or general inquiries to Stephen Bayer, Manager, Procurement & Tendering, NSLC at 5. Please submit five (5) paper copies of your proposal, as well as one (1) electronic copy in Word or.pdf format. 6. Late proposals received after the closing date and time will be disqualified from competition and returned to the respondent unopened. 7. Proposals will not be accepted by fax or . Respondents may include options and alternatives in their proposal. Options may be included when the Respondent wishes to propose additional services beyond those specifically identified in the RFP. 8. Proposed schedule(s) must be included in all responses submitted.
3 3 9. All submissions are subject to evaluation after opening and before award of contract. Submissions may be evaluated not only on the submitted price, but also on quality of goods, delivery, availability of supply, parts, servicing and the capacity of the respondent to meet the requirements of the procurement in accordance with the criteria stated in the RFP document. On request, unsuccessful respondents are entitled to receive an explanation and a debriefing on their submission. All buying activity will attempt to seek out best value, which maximizes the effectiveness and profitability to the Corporation. 10. The NSLC is not obliged to award lowest proposal and reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and has the right to cancel this RFP if required. 11. The NSLC reserves the right at any time, with 30 days written notice, to cancel the contract with the successful proponent without giving specific reason. 12. All respondents should be aware only contracts or amendments signed by the President or designate of the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation will be valid. 13. All contracts resulting from this RFP will be governed under the laws of Nova Scotia. 14. It is the Respondent s responsibility to ensure that it has all the necessary information concerning the intent and requirements of this RFP and project, and to seek clarification of any matter it considers to be unclear before submitting a proposal. The NSLC is not responsible for any misunderstanding of this RFP on the part of the Respondent. 15. No information given orally by the NSLC, or by means of or telephone, will be binding, nor will it be construed to change the requirements of the RFP in any way. 16. Respondents wishing to amend an already submitted proposal must submit the amendment to the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation by fax addressed to the attention of Stephen Bayer, Manager Procurement and Tendering, at provided they are properly identified by company name, RFP number and due date and are received by the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation prior to the closing date and time. Our fax machine activity record will govern the receiving date and time. Amendment is to identify change in price only, not revealing the amount of the original price submitted. 17. The respondent shall indicate in his submission that he has based his prices on the specifications and all addenda issued during this course of the RFP posting. All pricing must be in Canadian Funds. The bidder should ensure that all calculations and totals are correct. If any discrepancies/errors are noted in the evaluation process, the unit price quoted will prevail.
4 4 18. The respondent shall ensure that he has in his possession at the time of submission, all addenda that may have been issued. Confirmation can be obtained by checking the RFP document #GD-04-P-14 as posted on the Public Tenders website at In the event that any proposal is not accepted, the NSLC will not be liable for any costs or damages incurred by the Respondent including, without limitation, any expenses incurred in the preparation and submission of the proposal or the preparation and performance of any presentations or demonstrations. 20. The NSLC reserves the right to verify any information provided by a Respondent by whatever means it deems appropriate, including contacting references other than those offered, and to reject any such information if, in the judgment of the NSLC, such information is not verifiable. 21. The proposal submitted is irrevocable by the Respondent, and will remain in effect and open for acceptance by the NSLC for a period of sixty (60) days after the last day for the submission of proposals. 22. All requirements, designs, documentation, plans and information obtained by the Respondent from the NSLC in connection with this RFP are the property of the NSLC, and must be treated as confidential and not used for any other purpose than replying to this RFP and the fulfillment of any subsequent contract. Upon request of the NSLC, all such designs, documents, plans and information shall be returned to the NSLC. 23. The NSLC will consider all proposals as confidential subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act S.N.S. 1993, as amended from time to time. Any proprietary or confidential information should be identified as such and the desired treatment specified. The NSLC will, however, have the right to make copies of all proposals received, for its internal review process. 24. It is the Respondent s responsibility to ensure that it has all the necessary information concerning the intent and requirements of this RFP and project, and to seek clarification of any matter it considers to be unclear before submitting a proposal. The NSLC is not responsible for any misunderstanding of this RFP on the part of the Respondent. 25. It must be clearly understood that if there is any evidence of misleading or false information having been given, the NSLC may, at its soles discretion, reject the proposal. 26. Notification of successful proposal will be ed to all respondents immediately after the RFP is awarded.
5 5 27. RFP Evaluation Criteria: As outlined in Section 4.1, Evaluation Criteria, of the RFP Specifications. 28. The NSLC does not bind itself to select any proposal and may proceed as it determines, in its sole discretion, following receipt of proposals. The NSLC reserves each of the following rights, each of which may be exercised at its sole discretion, and for any reason whatsoever: I. To reject any or all of the proposals; II. To accept any or all proposals, in whole or in part (including, without limitation, the right to accept none, some or all of the optional features or items proposed in a proposal); III. To accept a proposal that does not satisfy every requirement of the NSLC identified in this RFP; IV. Not to proceed with all or any part of the project; V. To terminate this RFP for any reason or no reason. 29. The acceptance of a proposal and the award of any aspect of this project will be made in writing, and only in writing. At that time, the successful Respondent and the NSLC shall enter into discussions to finalize an agreement. Any award is provisional until the Respondent enters into a written contract on terms satisfactory to the NSLC. Note: In no event shall the NSLC be obligated to enter into the Respondent s form of contract. In the event that a successful Respondent fails or refuses to enter into, and duly execute a written contract acceptable to the NSLC within 45 days of the award, the NSLC reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to: i) extend the period for executing a contract; ii) award the contract to the next qualified Respondent; iii) not accept any proposal; or iv) to call for new proposals and the defaulting Respondent shall be responsible for all losses, damages, costs, and expenses (including consequential losses and damages, and legal fees on a solicitor-and-client basis) suffered or incurred by the NSLC as a direct or indirect result thereof, including but not limited to any increase in the price of performance over the price submitted by the defaulting Respondent in its proposal.
6 POS Hardware Replacement RFP Page i REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL POINT OF SALE (POS) HARDWARE SOLUTION FOR RETAIL STORES SPECIFICATIONS NOVA SCOTIA LIQUOR CORPORATION 93 CHAIN LAKE DRIVE HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA NSLC REFERENCE NO: GD-04-P-14 Closing Location: NSLC Contact: Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, 93 Chain Lake Drive, Halifax NS B3S 1A3 Stephen Bayer Manager, Procurement & Tendering
7 POS Hardware Replacement RFP Page ii Point of Sale Hardware Replacement Request for Proposal PROCUREMENT SERVICES RFP NO: GD-04-P-14 Table of Contents 1. Introduction Introduction NSLC Overview Purpose and Scope of Work Request for Proposal Process and Procedures Process Mandatory Requirements Evaluation Team Proposal Preparation Proposal Format Proposal Changes/Amendments/Closing Dates/Late Proposals Additional Information Proponents Expenses Authorization Additional Terms Subcontracting and Partnering Liability for Errors Acceptance of Terms Financial Stability Use of Request for Proposal Confidentially of Information Project Description Introduction Project Background Purpose, Vision & Culture Project Scope Proposed Project Implementation Schedule Proposed Services and Qualifications Mandatory Requirements Demonstrated Corporate Expertise Corporate References Requirements Technical Proposed Resources... 13
8 POS Hardware Replacement RFP Page iii Subcontracting Arrangements Evaluation and Pricing Evaluation Criteria Proposal Pricing Executive Summary and Annual Report Major Milestones and the Payment Stream Assumptions Proposal Price Details APPENDIX A List of NSLC Stores and Lane Count APPENDIX B High Level Equipment Delivery Schedule APPENDIX C High Level Pilot/Rollout Schedule... 20
9 Page 4 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Introduction NSLC Overview Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) is a Crown Corporation of the Province of Nova Scotia established in Prior to July 2001, the NSLC was a provincial commission operating for over 70 years. The NSLC is responsible for the purchase, importation, distribution, and retail activity for all beverage alcohol in the Province of Nova Scotia as well as for administering the Nova Scotia Liquor Control Act. Administrative functions are conducted at the head office located in Halifax NS, as well as two additional regional offices throughout Nova Scotia. Halifax is also the location of the central warehouse that supplies all Corporation-operated retail liquor stores with approximately 3,000 products. These include wines, spirits, beer and ready-to-drink. The NSLC is a major retailer in the Province of Nova Scotia with 105 retail outlets, 1200 employees, and approximately half a billion in sales. It also distributes product to licensees, private wine stores and through Agency outlets. A licensee is a business/establishment licensed by the Nova Scotia Alcohol & Gaming Authority (AGA) for the sale of beverage alcohol by the glass to be consumed on the premises of the licensee. The AGA, not the NSLC, is also responsible for enforcing the Liquor Control Act and their regulations with licensees. Agency stores are Corporation-regulated private sector operations which sell beverage alcohol products in addition to offering non-liquor goods and services to residents of smaller communities. The NSLC s future success depends on its ability to provide shoppers with a retailing experience that meets and exceeds their rapidly evolving needs. The long-term earnings growth resulting from focusing on customer expectations will be achieved through on-going investments in all aspects of the business. Additional information about the NSLC may be found at its corporate website, Purpose and Scope of Work The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to select a business partner that will provide POS Hardware for our future POS Software. The NSLC is currently working with PCMS to implement a new POS software solution. This POS software solution is JAVA based and will run SUSE Linux 11 SP3 at the OS Level. The NSLC plans to implement the new solution beginning in August with an expected completion date of November 14 h, It is expected that we will complete 15 locations per week once the full roll out schedule is finalized.
10 Page 5 Proponents need to be aware that the NSLC will require the POS Hardware equipment to be dropped shipped to stores at least two weeks in advance of implementation. The NSLC reserves the right to accept, reject or supplement any of the above services Request for Proposal Process and Procedures Process The following table outlines the major activities and the procurement schedule. Activity Start Date End Date Issue RFP May 5/14 - Response Time May 5/14 May 27/14 Response Due May 27/14 May 27/14 Vendor Selection May 28/14 June 04/ Mandatory Requirements This RFP includes mandatory, preferred and desirable requirements. Proposals not meeting all mandatory requirements will be rejected without further consideration. Proposals not meeting the Minimum Score required for an Evaluation Factor as identified in Section 4.1 will be rejected without further consideration Evaluation Team A committee formed by the NSLC will evaluate proposals. Proposals will be evaluated based on the criteria laid out in Section Proposal Preparation Proposal Format All proponents are asked to organize their proposals in the same manner and order as shown in the Evaluation and Pricing Section 4. Proponents are advised to limit their proposals to not be longer than 15 pages. In addition, proponents are free to include additional material in appendices, however, only the main body of the proposal will be evaluated with the exception of responses to Appendix C. The Proponents should provide five (5) paper copies of their responses, as well as one (1) electronic copy in Word or.pdf format for the main body of the proposal.
11 Page Proposal Changes/Amendments/Closing Dates/Late Proposals Refer to the Response Instructions and Information cover sheet for information on proposal changes, notification of changes, closing dates, and late proposals Additional Information All documentation materials submitted as attachments to the proposals should be clearly indicated on a "list of materials" document Proponents Expenses Proponents are solely responsible for their own expenses in preparing, presenting or delivering a proposal Authorization An authorized officer of the company must sign proponent responses Additional Terms Subcontracting and Partnering The Proponents to this RFP must respond and be prepared to accept the role of primary POS Hardware partner to the NSLC. Utilizing a subcontractor or partner is acceptable for distribution only, POS Hardware support must be provided by Hardware vendor. The principle contractor must take overall responsibility for partner or subcontractor contracts, payment, availability, skill set, quality of work, etc. Please see Section for instructions Liability for Errors While the NSLC has made considerable efforts to ensure an accurate representation of information in this RFP, the information contained in this RFP is supplied solely as a guideline for proponents. The information is not guaranteed or warranted to be absolutely accurate by the NSLC, nor is it necessarily comprehensive or exhaustive. Nothing in this RFP is intended to relieve proponents from forming their own opinions and conclusions with respect to the matters addressed in this RFP Acceptance of Terms Terms and conditions of the contract resulting from the award of this RFP will be finalized once the successful proponent has been identified Financial Stability The Proponent s financial stability will be assessed based on their annual report, which is required as part of the response.
12 Page Use of Request for Proposal This document or any portion thereof may not be used for any purpose other than the submission of proposals Confidentially of Information Information pertaining to this RFP or any material obtained by the proponent as a result of participation in this project is confidential and must not be disclosed without written authorization from the NSLC.
13 Page 8 2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.1. Introduction Project Background The NSLC s current hardware platform is at end of life and does not meeting the minimum technical requirements for the new POS software solution Purpose, Vision & Culture The NSLC s Purpose and Vision statements as originally tabled in 2005, remains the guiding principles for the corporation for the next planning term. They are revised to clarify the NSLC s enhanced commitment to responsible retailing and sustainable business practices across Nova Scotia s communities. The NSLC also takes this opportunity to restate its Culture statement and the behaviors that it believes are needed to deliver this strategic plan. The statements that guide the corporations in all of its efforts are: 2.3. Project Scope Purpose - To bring a world of responsible beverage enjoyment to Nova Scotia. Vision - To be a superb retailer recognized for sustainable business performance and engaging customer experience, eliciting the pride and enthusiasm of Nova Scotians. Culture: Encourages innovation and creativity Engages employees in achieving success Is driven by customer needs Demonstrates respect and dignity in all we do Is a fun and healthy place to work Advocates intelligent consumption and responsibility The scope of POS Hardware Replacement Project is to select a new POS Hardware partner for the NSLC. This partner will provide all POS Hardware including Terminal, Scanner, Receipt Printer, Cash Drawer and warranty. It is required that the hardware be shipped direct to store two weeks in advance of the installation date. Value Add: The NSLC has several hardware strategic initiatives over the next several years. The IT Roadmap includes Printer replacements and Thin Clients at the 105 locations. Proponents should keep this in mind. The NSLC will be launching an additional support contract RFP to include existing hardware in stores but also including the integration of this hardware. Additional points will be given to proponents who can support both initiatives.
14 Page Proposed Project Implementation Schedule The following shows the proposed high level implementation schedule for the project. The NSLC implements a system freeze leading into and through the Christmas season (Starting mid-november through to the end of first week of January). A high level equipment delivery schedule is located in Appendix B A high level Pilot/Rollout schedule is located in Appendix C Exact delivery locations and timing will be negotiated with the winning vendor but commitment to the current planned dates and overall approach is mandatory.
15 Page PROPOSED SERVICES AND QUALIFICATIONS The following section describes the required content of the Proponent s response to this RFP. Proponents are required to respond using the same format Mandatory Requirements The following are mandatory requirements. The proponent is to complete the following table indicating their ability to meet the Mandatory Requirements. Failure to meet these requirements will result in the Proponent s response being disqualified. # Mandatory Requirement Response 1. The Proponent must respond as the primary POS Hardware partner to the NSLC. 2. The Proponent must provide the complete solution including Hardware and Warranty. 3. The Proponent must provide at least one reference from a similar hardware project. 4. The Proponent must be able to drop ship to all NSLC s retail locations. 5. The successful POS partner must have product ready for receiving starting August 1st, 2014 as per the roll out schedule. A Proponent may only act as prime partner on one proposal. However, a Proponent can act as a subcontractor on multiple proposals Demonstrated Corporate Expertise Proponents are required to provide a concise outline of their corporate expertise in the following: Experience in implementing POS Hardware in environments similar to the NSLC. How the proponent leverages past experience for future projects. Corporate approach to quality assurance. Corporate approach to client management. Ongoing support for installed clients. Investment in their POS Hardware. Leadership in retail technology development. Facilities for/support of, Product user Groups
16 Page Corporate References Proponents are required to provide references for recent work where they have successfully undertaken projects of similar size and scope that represent the Proponent s current corporate capability. To verify these references, Proponents must provide a list of contacts and site references. Contacts provided in your proposal should be notified that they might be contacted by the NSLC as part of the evaluation process. Reference information should be provided in the following format: Name of the Organization involved Name, title, phone number and of the Contact(s) A brief description of the project, including client objectives, functional and technical scope, duration, complexity, and beginning/end dates Make note of differences in product releases and/or functionality, relative to the NSLC s requirements. Listing of number of locations/lanes supported Requirements Technical The investment that is being made through this project will set the strategic direction for the use of information technology at the NSLC s retail locations for the foreseeable future. The systems and technologies to be put in place during the POS Hardware Replacement Project support and align with the NSLC s Purpose, Vision and Culture.
17 Page 12 Mandatory Hardware Hardware Description HP RP 7800 POS 4GB Ram 17 PCAP Touch Screen Intel i3 Processor 128 GB SSD Hard drive HP RP7 Adjustable Stand (QZ703AA) Scanner & Cable Hardware Part Number ( Where applicable) Custom to Order Data Logic 4410 GD4410-BK-B Cable: 90A Meter 12vUSB Receipt Printer HP BM476AA Cash Drawer Extra Cash Drawer Till Inserts /Locking Till Cover HP FK182AA#ABC (Heavy Duty) PK-I5U-5-BX (5 Bill, 5 Coin CDN) PK-I5U-5-BX ( 5Bill, 5 Coin CDN) PK-I4L-R-BX Optional Hardware: (Not Mandatory Considered Value Add for possible future expenditure) Proponents can provide optional pricing on: Hardware Description Hardware Part Number ( Where applicable) HP 10.4 Inch Customer Display and Pole Proponent to recommend MFP Printing Devices for In-store Use Proponent to recommend HP Thin Clients Proponent to recommend
18 Page Warranty Support The NSLC network is province wide and currently operates 105 stores with approximately 345 lanes. Store operating hours are varied and may extend from 9AM until 10PM Monday to Saturday and 12PM until 5PM on Sunday. The Proponent will provide details on all available warranty options for the POS Hardware being purchased. The NSLC will be launching an additional Support Services RFP in which the successful bidder would provide the warranty outlined by the proponent in this proposal. Value Added points will be given to proponents if they can provide both hardware and in store support. The RFP for in store support will be launched immediately after this Hardware RFP is awarded Proposed Resources Subcontracting Arrangements Responses must include a list and description of all partnering and subcontracting arrangements, including partner or subcontracted areas of expertise.
19 Page EVALUATION AND PRICING 4.1. Evaluation Criteria An Evaluation Team will conduct the evaluation based on the written proposals. Evaluation Factor Weight Mandatory Requirements Y/N met? 1. Understanding of the 5 Requirement 2. Demonstrated Corporate 5 Expertise 3. Technical Requirements Value Add Delivery Financial Proposal Proposal Pricing All pricing is to be provided in Canadian currency. Proponents are to provide three hard copies and one soft copy, in Microsoft Word, of their proposal pricing under separate cover, as their Financial Proposal, distinct from the balance of their Proposal Executive Summary and Annual Report Proponents must provide an Executive Summary of their Financial Proposal. Proponents are also requested to provide the NSLC with a copy of their most recent annual report Major Milestones and the Payment Stream Proponents must include a proposal for the payment stream on the project. Assuming that payment for efforts during the implementation will be staged to coincide with the delivery of the product; bidders are requested to provide a proposal for these Milestones and to propose the percentage of project effort allocated to each milestone and the resulting payment required Assumptions Proponents must document any assumptions made in the preparation of their Financial Proposal.
20 Page Proposal Price Details Proponents will prepare a summary and details of their financial proposal. Proponents are responsible for ensuring that their submission addresses all costs associated with their proposal for the delivery.
21 Page 16 APPENDIX A LIST OF NSLC STORES AND LANE COUNT Store Number Store Name Address 1 City Postal Lanes 2101 WineFair/Extra 93 Chain Lake Halifax B3S 1A Agricola Street 2559 Agricola Street Halifax B3K 4C Barrington Street 1075 Barrington Street Halifax B3H 2P Larry Uteck 55 Peakview Way Halifax B3M 0G Bayers Lake 214 Chain Lake Drive Halifax B3S 1C Joseph Howe 3601 Joseph Howe Drive Halifax B3L 4H Chester 209 Duke Street Chester B0J 1J Clyde Street 5540 Clyde Street Halifax B3J 1E Queen Street 1120 Queen Street Halifax B3H 2R Hubbards 100 Highway #3 Hubbards B0J 1T Novalea 3576 Novalea Drive Halifax B3K 3E HSC Annex 6990 Mumford Road Halifax B3L 1N Young Street 6141 Young Street Halifax B3K 2A Port of Wines 5431 Doyle Street Halifax B3J 1H Quinpool Centre 6169 Quinpool Road Halifax B3L 4P Kearney Lake 117 Kearney Lake Rd Halifax B3M 4N Scotia Square 5201 Duke Street Halifax B3J 1N Spryfield 279 Herring Cove Rd Halifax B3P 1M Tantallon 3650 Hammonds Plains Road Upper Tantallon B3Z 4R Lunenburg 143 Victoria Road Lunenburg B0J 2C Mahone Bay 372 Main Street Mahone Bay B0J 2E Clayton Park WB 287 Lacewood Drive Halifax B3M 3Y Hantsport 28 Main Street Hantsport B0P 1P Downsview Plaza 752 Sackville Drive Lower Sackville B4E 3A Lower Sackville 745 Sackville Drive Lower Sackville B4C 2R Mill Cove 955 Bedford Highway Bedford B4A 1A Windsor 11 Cole Drive Windsor B0N 2T Bedford Place 1650 Bedford Highway Bedford B4A 4J Wyse Road 210 Wyse Road Dartmouth B3A 1M Tacoma Drive 62 Tacoma Drive Dartmouth B2W 3E Mic Mac Mall 21 Mic Mac Blvd. Dartmouth B3A 4K Kennetcook 4119 Highway #236 Kennetcook B0N 1P Elmsdale 293 Highway #214 Elmsdale B2S 2L Fall River 3290 Highway #2 Fall River B2T 1J Portland Street 650 Portland Street Dartmouth B2W 6A Forest Hills 12 Forest Hills Parkway Cole Harbour B2W 6E Porters Lake 5240 Highway #7, Unit 2 Porters Lake B3E 1J Sheet Harbour Main Street Sheet Harbour B0J 3B Stewiacke 10 Asquith Avenue Stewiacke B0N 2J Middle Musquodoboit 105 Elm Street Middle Musquodoboit B0N 1X Eastern Passage 69 Cow Bay Road, Unit 1 Eastern Passage B3G 1A Head of Jeddore 8990 Highway #7 Head of Jeddore B0J 1P Braemar WB 9 Braemar Drive Dartmouth B2Y 3H Alderney Landing 2 Ochterloney Street Dartmouth B2Y 4W1 1
22 Page 17 Store Number Store Name Address 1 City Postal Lanes 2301 Amherst 26 Laplanche Street Amherst B4H 3G Amherst Mall 126 South Albion Street Amherst B4H 2X Antigonish 151 Church Street Antigonish B2G 2E Bible Hill 239 Pictou Road Truro B2N 2S Canso 454 Main Street Canso B0H 1H Guysborough Highway 16 Guysborough B0H 1N Joggins 152 Main Street Joggins B0L 1A Oxford 4930 Main Street Oxford B0M 1P Mulgrave 419 Main Street Mulgrave B0E 2G Parrsboro 703 Upper Main Street Parrsboro B0M 1S New Glasgow 610 East River Road New Glasgow B2H 3S West New Glasgow 38 George Street New Glasgow B2H 2K Pictou 31 Weaver Road Pictou B0K 1H Pugwash Durham Street Pugwash B0K 1L River John 1744 Main Street River John B0K 1N Springhill 21 Main Street Springhill B0M 1X Sherbrooke 8015 Highway #7 Sherbrooke B0J 3C Stellarton 293 Foord Street Stellarton B0K 1S Tatamagouche 122 Main Street Tatamagouche B0K 1V Truro 6 Court Street Truro B2N 3H Truro Mall 985 Prince Street Truro B2N 1H Westville 1863 Main Street Westville B0K 2A Arichat 2743 Highway #206 Arichat B0E 1A Baddeck 16 Campbell Street Baddeck B0E 1B Cheticamp Main Street Cheticamp B0E 1H Dominion 119 Commercial Street Dominion B1G 1B Glace Bay 142 Reserve Street Glace Bay B1A 4W Ingonish Cabot Trail Ingonish Beach B0C 1L Inverness Central Avenue Inverness B0E 1N Louisbourg 7582 Main Street Louisbourg B1C 1K New Waterford 3434 Plummer Avenue New Waterford B1H 4K North Sydney 125 King Street North Sydney B2A 3S Port Hawkesbury 634 Reeves Street Port Hawkesbury B9A 2R Port Hood 8578 Route 19 Port Hood B0E 2W St. Peters 9992 Grenville Street St. Peters B0E 3B Prince Street 248 Prince Street Sydney B1P 5K Welton Street 330 Welton Street Sydney B1P 5S Whitney Pier 735 Victoria Road Whitney Pier B1N 1J Sydney Mines 49 Pitt Street Sydney Mines B1V 1R Sydney River 95 Keltic Drive Sydney River B1S 1P Annapolis 180 St. Anthony Street Annapolis Royal B0S 1A Barrington Passage 3695 Highway #3 Barrington Passage B0W 1G Bridgewater 274 Dufferin Street Bridgewater B4V 2G Bridgewater Mall 349 Lahave Street Bridgewater B4V 2T Caledonia 9838 Main Highway Caledonia B0T 1B Berwick 200 Commercial Street Berwick B0P 1E Bridgetown 51 Queen Street Bridgetown B0S 1C0 2
23 Page 18 Store Number Store Name Address 1 City Postal Lanes 2520 Digby 110A Warwick Street Digby B0V 1A Kentville 414 Main Street, Suite 1 Kentville B4N 1K Kingston 490 Main Street Kingston B0P 1R Liverpool 50 Milton Road Liverpool B0T 1K Lockeport 57 Water Street Lockeport B0T 1L Meteghan 8714 Highway #1 Meteghan B0W 2K Middleton 304 Main Street Middleton B0S 1P New Minas 9256 Commercial Street New Minas B4N 4A New Germany 5117 Highway #10 New Germany B0R 1E Shelburne 115 King Street Shelburne B0T 1W West Pubnico 1651 Highway #335 Lower West Pubnico B0W 2C Weymouth 4637 Highway #1 Weymouth B0W 3T Wolfville 122 Front Street Wolfville B4P 1A Yarmouth 104a Starrs Road Yarmouth B5A 2T Yarmouth Downtown 250 Main Street Yarmouth B5A 1C9 1
24 Page 19 APPENDIX B HIGH LEVEL EQUIPMENT DELIVERY SCHEDULE Proposed Equipment Delivery Schedule 1 POS 2 Arrival Notes 18 1-Aug 18 (HO 12 for Wine Fest+ 4 spares), 2 for Novalea 9 20-Aug 1 Reg1, 1 Reg2, 1 Reg Aug 3 for each Region Sep 10 for each Region Sep 10 for each Region Sep 10 for each Region Oct 9 for each Region Oct 9 for each Region Oct 9 for each Region Oct 3 for each Region Approximate; exact need not known until schedule is finalized. Lanes per store vary (1-7) 2 Initial buffer and WineFest acquired first, then roughly 2 weeks in advance of each cycle 2 Vendor will have Input, may have local storage
25 Page 20 APPENDIX C HIGH LEVEL PILOT/ROLLOUT SCHEDULE Cycles Store Distribution Pilot / Rollout Schedule * Stores Weeks Week Start Week End P1 (1) 1 HRM Store Aug 2-Sep P2 (3) 1 HRM, 2 outside Sep 10-Sep P3 (5) 1 per region Sep 19-Sep Tot Pilot 9 *go/no go, final prep 1 22-Sep 26-Sep W1 3 per Region Sep 3-Oct W2 3 per Region Oct 10-Oct W3 3 per Region Oct 17-Oct W4 3 per Region Oct 24-Oct W5 3 per Region Oct 31-Oct W6 3 per Region Nov 7-Nov W7 3 per Region Nov 14-Nov Tot Rollout 96 Total Deployment 105 *Approximate, Region 4 has 18 stores, the rest have 22
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