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Patagonia adopts 'Where 2 Get It' product locator technology
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Feb '08
Where 2 Get It Inc, provider of location-based search technologies that drive consumers into local businesses and find where to buy products online, announced that outdoor apparel manufacturer Patagonia has implemented the Where 2 Get It product locator technology.

"We are continually striving to provide the absolute best customer service possible, and the Where 2 Get It product locator technology aligns very well with that commitment," added Bill Boland, creative director for Patagonia's Web site.

Where 2 Get It manages multiple daily inventory management updates from Patagonia's online retailers, providing automated inventory level reporting to ensure that search results are in line with actual product availability.

"Working with companies the caliber of Patagonia and helping them grow their online presence is our reason for getting up and coming to work every day.

I'm extremely proud of the Where 2 Get It team and our continuing commitment to innovation which is reflected in the products and services we develop to meet the needs of national brands and their customers," said Manish Patel, Where 2 Get It Founder and CEO.

Where 2 Get It, which recently marked its tenth anniversary, has secured a position as one of the top providers of online and mobile business and product locator solutions for more than 550 national brand manufacturers and retailers in industries such as food service, sporting goods and consumer goods and electronics.

Where 2 Get It Inc


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