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  • Chico’s makes a proper acquisition

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    Chico’s makes a proper acquisition

    The women’s apparel chain acquires Boston Proper for $205.0 million in cash.

    Posted 08/17/2011Mark BrohanPost a comment

    The women’s apparel chain acquires Boston Proper for $205.0 million in cash.
  • / Press Release

    Fair Indigo Goes Live With OrderMotion Platform

    Platform Provides Unique Customer Experience To Match Fair Indigo’s ”Style with a Conscience” Boston, January 8, 2007 – OrderMotion, an award-winning provider of an on-demand direct retail platform for direct marketers and retailers, announced today that Fair Indigo is using its order management and fulfillment platform for its recently launched multi-channel clothing and accessories business. A provider of stylish, high-quality clothes and a...

    Posted 01/08/2007

    Platform Provides Unique Customer Experience To Match Fair Indigo’s ”Style with a Conscience” Boston, January 8, 2007 – OrderMotion, an award-winning provider of an on-demand direct retail platform for direct marketers and retailers, announced today that Fair Indigo is using its order…
  • Market Day extends its direct marketing channel

    Market Day, a retailer of foods used for fundraising efforts, has launched Market Day Direct. The new service enables customers to have Market Day items shipped to any address throughout the contiguous United States.

    Posted 11/08/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Market Day, a retailer of foods used for fundraising efforts, has launched Market Day Direct. The new service enables customers to have Market Day items shipped to any address throughout the contiguous United States.
  • / Press Release

    COMMERCIALWARE’S ORDERMOTION DIVISION SIGNS 30 NEW RETAIL CUSTOMERS IN 90 DAYS

    Statue of Liberty Leads List of New Customers That Include Jewelry and Electronics Retailers Natick, MA – May 25, 2005 – CommercialWare Inc., the leading provider of multi-channel commerce infrastructure solutions for retailers, today announced that it has added more than 30 new customers to its OrderMotion division in the past 90 Days. New customers include the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation and Sensory Edge, as well as numerous other...

    Posted 05/27/2005

    Statue of Liberty Leads List of New Customers That Include Jewelry and Electronics Retailers Natick, MA – May 25, 2005 – CommercialWare Inc., the leading provider of multi-channel commerce infrastructure solutions for retailers, today announced that it has added more than 30 new customers to…
  • / Press Release

    COMMERCIALWARE CONTINUES MOMENTUM IN SMALL AND MID-SIZED RETAILER MARKET WITH 20 NEW CUSTOMER DEALS

    Leading Retail Technology Provider Enables Small and Mid-Sized Retailers to Enhance Customer Service, Increase Profitability NATICK, Mass. – March 18, 2004 – CommercialWare Inc., a leading provider of cross-channel retail management software, along with its subsidiary OrderMotion, today announced that it has signed 20 new customers since December 2003. Among these new customers is Flax art & design, a San Francisco-based retailer of art supplies,...

    Posted 03/18/2004

    Leading Retail Technology Provider Enables Small and Mid-Sized Retailers to Enhance Customer Service, Increase Profitability NATICK, Mass. – March 18, 2004 – CommercialWare Inc., a leading provider of cross-channel retail management software, along with its subsidiary OrderMotion, today…
  • / Technology

    Retailers are coming out of their budget bunkers, vendors report

    The mood among vendors in the exhibit hall at the annual NRF convention in New York City this week was definitely more upbeat than in recent years. “There’s no question pocketbooks are opening,” says Donny Askin, president and CEO of CommecialWare.

    Posted 01/15/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The mood among vendors in the exhibit hall at the annual NRF convention in New York City this week was definitely more upbeat than in recent years. “There’s no question pocketbooks are opening,” says Donny Askin, president and CEO of CommecialWare.

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  • Alloy goes with the SmartLabel

    Alloy, direct marketer of apparel for teens, has chosen Newgistics` SmartLabel returns service. Each Alloy order will come with a bar-coded label attached to the order summary that customers tear off, affix to a package and drop in a mailbox.

    Posted 12/03/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Alloy, direct marketer of apparel for teens, has chosen Newgistics` SmartLabel returns service. Each Alloy order will come with a bar-coded label attached to the order summary that customers tear off, affix to a package and drop in a mailbox.
  • SPONSORED SUPPLEMENT: Here Come Retailing’s Fulfillment Giants

    In today’s online retailing market, order fulfillment isn’t as simple as it used to be. “Today a customer can start an interaction in any channel and complete it in any channel and the entire experience has to be consistent,” says Devdutt Yellurkar, president and CEO of Yantra Corp., developer of fulfillment software and systems. “That’s extremely important in today’s market.” While that sentiment may be to online retailing what Mother and apple...

    Posted 03/31/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In today’s online retailing market, order fulfillment isn’t as simple as it used to be. “Today a customer can start an interaction in any channel and complete it in any channel and the entire experience has to be consistent,” says Devdutt Yellurkar, president and CEO of Yantra Corp.,…

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