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Cin7 Enters Top 10 of Inventory Management Category Leaders

Cin7 Enters Top 10 of GetApp's Inventory Management Category Leaders

Fully Integrated Inventory Management Cloud Service Growing Rapidly

AUCKLAND, Feb. 2, 2017 -- Cin7, a leading innovator in integrated, cloud-based inventory management, announced today that it is now one of the Top 10 Inventory Management Category Leaders based on GetApp's Quarterly Ranking. This respected quarterly ranking showcases the top 25 Inventory Management apps based in the cloud.

GetApp's ranking recognizes top solutions for SMBs based on five factors, including user reviews, integrations, and data security. Cin7 earned its top scores in reviews, which was based on the total number, average rating, and currency of reviews across GetApp related sites.

Cin7's product also scored well in integrations, based on the number of total integrations, and the number of integrations compared to the category average and category leaders.

GetApp is the leading premium business app discovery platform on the web. The site focuses on profiling established business apps, mostly software as a service (SaaS), targeting an audience of small and medium-sized businesses and business buyers from enterprise departments.

"We take this as a sign that we're heading in the right direction and we owe a lot of it to our customers keeping us on our toes," says Danny Ing, Cin7 Founder and Head of Product. "We spent 2016 developing and refining the solution to improve functionality. We added more integrations to let our customers connect to more markets and sell through more channels.

"GetApp's ranking reflects that and it didn't happen in a vacuum. We're really grateful for the opportunities we've had to work closely with many of our customers to continuously improve Cin7."

GetApp is a service of Nubera, a Gartner company headquartered in Barcelona, Spain. Nubera serves as an ecosystem of user-generated and editorial reviews of software and apps for businesses. Millions of professionals are using Nubera's web sites to discover, compare and select business apps.

"Cin7's connected inventory enables high speed commerce," says Ing. "Businesses in this new economy can't afford to wait months to open a new channel, they need to be running in minutes. Cin7 does that for them and that's what this win reflects."

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