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TradeStone bags 19th place in 2014 RIS Leaderboard ranking
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Dec '14
TradeStone Software, leading providers of Merchandise Lifecycle Management (MLM) solutions for retailers, brand manufacturers, and suppliers, has achieved the 19th position out of the 51 top ranking categories in the 2014 Retail Info Systems (RIS) News Software Leaderboard.

TradeStone achieved top 5 ranking for return on investment, technology innovation, total cost of operations, software reliability, ease of implementation and quality of support, and overall performance.

Sue Welch, CEO, TradeStone Software said, “Our customers know we deliver measurable value with every implementation. We work hard to deliver a robust platform for retailers to collaborate with their supplier communities and exceptional service for them and their partners. I believe our consistently high RIS Leaderboard rankings are a great reflection of that hard work.”

TradeStone builds enterprise applications and extended trading communities that deliver increased market share and improved margins for retailers, brand manufacturers and suppliers. Tradestone’s MLM solutions encompass PLM, sourcing, order management, finance, logistics, multi-channel sales management, and collaborative trading communities.

The RIS Leaderboard ranks 99 of the top global retail technology vendors across a broad spectrum of functionality. The rankings are based on key metrics for capability and value as determined by customer reviews. This year, a total of 373 retailers participated in Leaderboard voting.

Headquartered in Atlanta, TradeStone’s MLM solutions provide value-driven global market platforms that bring together retailers, their suppliers and channel customers to unify the designing, sourcing, ordering, and delivery of both private label and branded goods. (GK)

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