Celerant Technology Voted As The #1 Retail Software Provider Overall

| December 8, 2017

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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Celerant Technology, a leading provider of omnichannel retail solutions, has been ranked the #1 retail software provider in the 2017 RIS Software LeaderBoard, the retail industry’s most prestigious annual ranking of retail technology software vendors. Celerant Technology’s retail management solution, Stratus Retail, enables omnichannel retailers to manage and expand their entire business, in-store and online, within one system in real-time. Celerant goes far beyond your typical retail software company- designing custom E-Commerce sites built on a single database with Celerant’s POS software, providing seamless integrations to multiple online marketplaces and offering full-service digital marketing with SEO and email automation, integrated with CRM and sales data.

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