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Retaligent sponsors leading CEO Retail/Apparel Summit
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Nov '09
Retail software company Retaligent Solutions, Inc. is sponsoring the WomensWear Daily CEO Summit in New York November 9-10, 2009. Over 200 CEOs and global retail leaders will come together for two days of networking, information gathering, and collaboration of the most pressing challenges facing their businesses.

“Retaligent is honored to again be a sponsor of this prestigious event and we see this as a unique opportunity to have a dialogue about topics most important to our customers,” said Bryan Amaral, CEO of Retaligent. “This is undoubtedly a time of great transition for the retail industry. This forum represents an opportunity for retail leaders to share their insights, successes as well as recent challenges as they endeavor to re-ignite their businesses and transform their in-store customer experience,” said Amaral. “We are pleased that so many of our customers will be in attendance at the Summit and that our Clienteling and Assisted Selling solutions continue to be recognized as a proven way to accelerate sales performance and differentiate the customer experience.”

Retaligent provides many of the world's premier retailers with Clienteling, Assisted Selling and Gift Registry/Wish List applications that improve associate performance while enhancing the customer experience, in-store, at the point of decision. Founded on Retaligent's unparalleled retail expertise, Clarience 1:1 enhances customer knowledge, provides associate task and communication tools, delivers product knowledge and improves operations on a common integrated platform. The solutions are available for mobile, PC, POS and kiosk devices.

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