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ERS unveils blended solution approach to its business

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Feb '20
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Enhanced Retail Solutions (ERS), a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) retail analytic and demand planning solutions to suppliers, licensors, and their retail trading partners, has announced a blended solution approach to its business. ERS’ evolution from distinct software and consulting offerings came about from listening to its clients.

More and more software clients wanted the ability to pick up the phone and ask ERS to deliver something specific to their needs. Such a solution is now baked into cost estimates and resulting configurations. At the same time, consulting clients had a subset of needs that could be met with a self-serve database. As a company that offers both consulting and technology, ERS can meet clients’ needs at whatever intersection best serves them, ERS said in a press release.

“We have always listened to our clients and worked diligently to meet their needs. As the business evolves and companies become more sophisticated, this approach is the ideal way to serve their needs,” Jim Lewis, CEO of ERS said.

ERS is a software and consulting firm specialising in retail analysis and demand planning for manufacturers, licensors and their retail partners. ERS’ state-of-the-art software tools and consulting deliver critical data quickly, easily, and cost effectively, adding over one hundred million dollars to their clients’ bottom line. ERS’ broad customer base includes industry leaders in the toy, electronics, consumer products, apparel, footwear, home textile, home décor, home improvement, housewares, jewellery, and food industries.

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