Celerant Technology, a leader in the retail software industry, launched several new multi-channel offerings in 2010 including M-Commerce capability, as well as GunBroker.com integration for firearm dealers, and an integrated CMS for customizing websites with ease.
“Throughout 2010, our staff has strived to design and implement new technology to stay on top of industry trends and maintain a high level of customer satisfaction,” stated Ian Goldman, Celerant Technology President and CEO. “We feel that having a strong multi-channel solution is important to Celerant’s growth and continued success. For 2011 we are looking to strengthen our current offerings by making advancements to upcoming versions, such as our data warehousing module for advanced reporting and the optimization of Command, enabling back office functions to be performed directly from a mobile device.”
Celerant Technology, www.celerant.com, provides an all in one system for retail organizations; from point of sale, inventory management, warehousing, E-Commerce, mail order and more. Command Retail provides the tools to help retailers take control of their businesses and expand their reach to a wider audience of consumers.
Celerant’s M-Commerce offering was developed as a way to create a mobile version of a website, allowing it to be more easily viewed and accessed on a mobile device. Overall site navigation is updated and functionality is optimized for ease of use within a mobile environment.
The integration of GunBroker.com enables retailers to more efficiently submit their firearms and accessories in a streamlined process, directly from their inventory within their Command Retail software. Dealers have the option to view open auctions, closed auctions, recently created auctions, recently closed auctions and auctions that are closing today.
The integrated CMS provides retailers the opportunity to maintain the content of their E-Commerce sites, allowing them to keep it updated with blogs, brand pages, and an unlimited amount of news articles, press releases, images, and videos.