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Raymark Xpert collaborates with Global Bay
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Feb '09
Raymark Xpert Business Systems Inc(Raymark), a leading global provider of integrated retail software solutions, announced a strategic partnership with the award-winning, New Jersey-based mobile enterprise solution provider, Global Bay Mobile Technologies Inc(Global Bay).

Raymark will license Global Bay's GB Mobile Inventory Management Module to launch the next generation of their Pocket-Xpert product: Xpert-Mobile.

Compatible with any Microsoft Windows based handheld device including Motorola's line of ruggedized hardware, the GB Mobile Inventory Management Module performs specific functions including tracking and management of in-store inventory, receiving, stock adjustment and transfers, barcode scanning/real-time SKU look-ups, as well as inventory cycle counts. This powerful module will enable retailers to have instant visibility to in-store inventory while saving hours of store associates' time currently spent on inefficient inventory management processes.

As retailers seek ways to increase operational efficiencies, Raymark is at the forefront of providing innovative and customizable solutions to their customers. “We are excited to be collaborating with Global Bay – the integration of the GB Mobile Inventory Management module will provide our customers enhanced handheld functionality and flexibility to support the way they choose to work,” states Claude Chriqui, Raymark's CEO.

“Global Bay recognizes that the future of retail is mobile. This is just one of several mobile retail solutions we offer. We are pleased to work with Raymark to provide their customers with a competitive advantage in the mobile inventory management space,” said Sandeep Bhanote, CEO of Global Bay.

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