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Cin7 Makes Top 20 List for Retail Management


Cin7 Makes Top 20 List for Retail Management


All-in-one Inventory Solution Proves Popular Among Retailers


AUCKLAND – July 14, 2017 – Cin7, a world leader in cloud-based inventory management, ranked 15 in Capterra’s Top 20 Most Popular Retail Management Systems Software report.

Capterra, a subsidiary of analyst firm Gartner, is a service that helps businesses find the right solution across 300 software categories. The Top 20 Retail Management report “highlights the biggest players in the retail management systems software field.”

According to Capterra, the report compared software that is designed to be flexible enough for various kinds of retail operations.

Capterra weighed each solution’s number of active customers, active customers, reviews and social media to create the retail management ranking.

Retailers that don’t track inventory risk carrying too much or too little of their stock. Carrying too much will increase the overall cost of selling goods and reduce a retailer’s profits. Carrying too little results in lost sales and lost customers.

Cin7 gives customers actual stock levels and costs in real-time as they sell their products through brick-and-mortar and online sales channels. This control results in retailers carrying the exact right amount of stock at all times, letting them make more money with less inventory.

For more information on the Cin7 integrated inventory management solution, visit www.cin7.com.


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