Celerant Technology Tops the Retail Software Charts for 13 Years
Recognized as a Top Retail System by RIS News Software LeaderBoard
Staten Island, NY – December 6, 2016 – Celerant Technology, a leader in omnichannel retail solutions, has been ranked in RIS Software’s annual LeaderBoard as a best retail technology vendor, for the 13th year in a row.
Celerant Technology secured top positions overall, as well as topped the Apparel Vendor and Specialty Retail categories. Celerant also was highly-ranked in several break-out categories including: Retail Concentration, Overall Performance, Total Cost of Operations, ROI, Software Reliability, Quality of Services, Recommendation, Mid-Sized Vendor and Broad Suite Vendor. RIS News attributes Celerant’s high-ranking to the company’s innovation in technology and fully-integrated mobile solution.
This marks the 13th consecutive year Celerant has secured top positions in the study, cementing its commitment to service, quality and innovation. The LeaderBoard annual survey, published by RIS News, ranks the top 20 out of 99 retail technology software vendors. Final rankings are determined by retailer surveys and vendor forms supervised by a third-party research firm to assure credibility of results.
“Celerant has been an excellent solution for us as we experienced dramatic expansion across all of our retail channels,” said a Celerant client survey respondent. “It is difficult to find software that addresses the needs of a sophisticated brick and mortar business, but also has a sophisticated web platform. Celerant has all of the above.”
“As the need for advanced retail technology increases, it is important for Celerant to stay ahead of the industry,” said Ian Goldman, CEO of Celerant Technology. “From EMV/chip card processing, mobile enterprise-wide capabilities, automated order fulfillment and our newest, digital marketing services, including integrated email automation and SEO, we take pride each year in being recognized as a leader in technology and innovation for the retail market.”