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Enhanced Retail inks deal with Solebury Software
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Feb '08
Enhanced Retail Solutions (ERS), a leader in providing software and services to suppliers of the retail industry for use in analyzing product sales and trends announced a partnership with The Solebury Software Team (TSST), a leader in On-Demand Retail Service Relationship Management.

The alliance is designed to benefit suppliers who serve the retail industry and are looking for a best-in-breed solution for analyzing point of sale (POS) information to quickly, easily and cost-effectively take action at their Retail Clients. Enhanced Retail Solutions helps companies identify rate of sales and inventory levels on a door level at their retail clients, for a spotlight on corrective action. These corrective actions can then be scheduled and tracked in TSST's Retail Service Verification Program (RSVP).

"Our software and services deliver to our customers an optimal solution for timely analysis of POS information," said David Matsil, President of Sales and Marketing at ERS. "By joining forces, ERS and TSST will offer suppliers a means for reviewing and responding to every detail of their businesses in far greater detail than even their buyers can."

"We are delighted to be partnering with ERS," said Brian Kelner, TSST's chief executive officer. "With the delivery of POS information via ERS, suppliers can capitalize on real-time POS information by performing predictive analysis to understand trends and project retail sales by door and by SKU. They can then use RSVP to communicate and follow up action plans with their merchant team in the field. This integrated, cost-effective solution will help suppliers drive sales with higher profitability."

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