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Vistaar to Host 2014 Beverage Alcohol User Conference

As the Industry's Premier Event for Beverage Alcohol Pricing Technology, Thought Leadership and Best Practices, the Conference Will Bring Together Executives From More Than 15 of the World's Leading Beverage Alcohol Companies

PARSIPPANY, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/07/14 -- Vistaar Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of price management solutions, announces its 2014 Beverage Alcohol User Conference. As the industry's premier event for beverage alcohol pricing technology, thought leadership and best practices, this conference brings together executives from the world's leading beverage alcohol suppliers and distributors. The conference is scheduled for May 21-22, at the W Hotel in Hoboken, N.J.

Vistaar's Beverage Alcohol User Conference will include presentations, interactive panels and group discussions featuring pricing experts and customers who are successfully leveraging Vistaar technology to manage pricing decisions. Among the companies participating are executives from suppliers and distributors such as Beam, DFV, Glazer's, Pernod Ricard, Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC), Sazerac, and Terlato. Key topics will include the value of supplier and distributor information exchange, leveraging pricing science and how technology trends in big data, cloud computing, and mobility relate to the pricing landscape. The conference will also showcase Vistaar's beverage alcohol pricing solution vision and roadmap to address the industry's growing needs.

"The unique complexities of the beverage alcohol industry make price and promotion management extremely challenging," said Manoj Menon, vice president product management, beverage alcohol industry solutions at Vistaar. "Our conference will provide a forum for our customers, solution partners, and invited guests to participate in an exchange of ideas and best practices during this one-of-a-kind event."

Vistaar's Beverage Alcohol Pricing Solutions address the needs of the industry, providing visibility across the three-tier distribution network and efficiently managing unique country and state regulations that govern the distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages. With access to intelligent analytics through Vistaar's solutions, companies can achieve a distinct competitive advantage and optimize their share of the margin pool.

To learn more about Vistaar's Beverage Alcohol Pricing Solutions, visit www.vistaar.com/industries/beverage-alcohol/.

About Vistaar Technologies, Inc.
Vistaar is a leading provider of price management solutions that enable companies to achieve pricing best practices through price analytics, price optimization, price list management and deal management. Our technology transforms pricing and related operations into a strategic advantage for some of the world's largest manufacturers, distributors and service providers. For these companies, Vistaar pricing solutions drive measurable price and margin improvements to deliver profitable growth and maximum shareholder value. Vistaar's operations include offices across North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit our website (www.vistaar.com) or contact us at +1-973-581-6300.

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