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ChainReaction SELL for IRS PG students of fashion
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Nov '09
The Indian Retail School has selected AXIND's ChainReaction SELL solution for their PG students of Fashion Marketing and Fashion Retail to gain a hands-on experience with the retail industry and point-of-sale solutions.

“It is a wonderful and meaningful software for our aspiring retail graduates and will give them a practical edge over other professionals with the perspective of adding value and ensuring that the companies they work for have a competitive advantage over the others.” said Dr. A.K.G. Nair, Director, Indian Retail School.

ChainReaction SELL makes it possible to exploit and unify information from multiple sales channels one to sell anywhere with up-to-the minutest detail of inventory. Powerful POS management capabilities, Customer Loyalty, Sales Promotions and other advanced retail functionality combined with Internet POS makes it a cutting-edge solution.

“Indian Retail School has grown to be a household name in Retail education in the country. It is a huge compliment for us that such a reputed institution, with a highly qualified and experienced faculty has selected our software to teach its students.” said Sanjoy Sahgal, Managing Director of AXIND.

The Indian Retail School is the first academic institute of retail, launched by House of Pearl, catering to the growing fashion and retail sectors in India. The institute conducts a range of programmes to educate and hone the skills of retail professionals and aspirants to meet the immediate and upcoming requirement of the retail sector. All programmes and service are geared towards building skills, knowledge and understanding at all levels of management.

AXIND is a privately held company that delivers Sourcing, Manufacturing, Sales and Visual Merchandising solutions to companies in the Fashion and Lifestyle industries.AXIND was selected twice by the IT research major Gartner as one of their 5 “Cool Vendors in Consumer Goods, 2008” and as one of “The PLM vendors who can change the AFA landscape”.

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