Lightspeed and RetailNext Collaborate to benefit Mid-Market Retailers
SAN JOSE, CA: Montreal based cloud-based commerce solution provider Lightspeed join hands with retail analytics firm RetailNext Inc to deliver comprehensive, integrated omni-channel solutions to mid-market retailers. The partnership offers features of strong store performance to mid market retailers, which until had been a luxury enjoyed only by largest retailers.
"With its hardware-agnostic architecture and continued exponential year-over-year growth, RetailNext's in-store analytics platform has firmly established itself as the dominant industry standard," said Kindra Tatarsky, head of corporate development at RetailNext. "As a committed leader in optimizing shopper experiences, RetailNext has consistently invested in capabilities to seamlessly integrate third-party; value-added data and solutions to better serve our customers and their shoppers. I'm very excited to go have Lightspeed join other world-class POS and retail technology companies as part of our RetailNext Ecosystem Partner Program." she added.
The collaboration integrates cloud-based solutions with in-store analytics and point-of-sales systems. Through the Lightspeed API, RetailNext will now provides an extra edge to retailers through analytics and shopper insights such as average transaction value, shopper yield, loss prevention capabilities etc. to maximize business results. The solution also provides independent and mid-market retailers hardware infrastructure options such as RetailNext's Aurora, an all-in-one sensor integrating stereo video in HD, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth into a single device (sensor). The company also announced General Availability of Aurora. Lightspeed was recently ranked among the top 10 inventory management tool by GetApp.
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