|By Business Wire||
|May 22, 2014 11:16 AM EDT||
Jesta I.S., Inc., a leading supplier of enterprise software solutions for retailers, manufacturers, and distributors, announced today that Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Stores, an apparel, accessories, and home decor chain is partnering with Jesta I.S. to implement their Vision Merchandising, Vision POS, and Vision Financials software solutions.
Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Latham, NY, Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Stores continues to grow their footprint across the United States. In order to support their expansion plans in 2014, the need for a powerful software suite became imperative. The Jesta I.S., Vision Merchandising (retail), Vision POS, and Vision Financials solutions will equip Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Stores with the necessary state-of-the-art tools to merchandise their goods effectively, while ensuring an enhanced in-store customer experience.
Jesta I.S. has a long line of success in the retail domain, empowering companies to reach their full potential and operational growth. Therefore, the alignment of Jesta’s optimization methodology with Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Store’s rapid growth was a logical choice. The Jesta I.S. retail suite will empower Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Stores to consistently deliver the right merchandise to the right stores and, most importantly, at the right time.
Peter Elitzer, President and CEO of Peter Harris Clothes and Label Shopper stated, “After extensive research and due diligence, we found Jesta I.S.’s retail solution to be the strongest in sales analysis. We especially liked what Jesta offered with their algorithms. After all, it’s about getting the right merchandise to the right stores, not only based on historical data, but on-hand merchandise as well.”
“We are very happy to partner with Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Stores. We understand the competitive nature of the retail landscape and are confident our tools will enable them to meet their significant expansion goals across both banners. Using the Vision Suite of solutions, they will optimize their business practices, improve efficiency, and grow their customer base,“ commented Moris Chemtov, President of Jesta I.S.
About Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper Stores
Peter Harris Clothes / Label Shopper is a chain of off-price stores. Founded by Peter Elitzer, the chain has 71 Peter Harris and Label Shopper stores, all located in the Northeast and Mid-West. Their commitment is to provide their customer with the latest fashion goods each and every week at a great prices.
About Jesta I.S. Inc.
Jesta I.S. is a leading supplier of enterprise software solutions for retailers, manufacturers, and distributors primarily in the soft goods and specialty industries worldwide. Jesta I.S. is recognized for its expertise, innovative products and services, and its commitment to evolving business solutions in today’s rapidly changing international business landscape. The company has long-standing partnerships with well-known industry leaders, including Perry Ellis International (NASDAQ:PERY), PUMA (German:PUM), Genesco Inc. (NYSE:GCO), Town Shoes Limited, Cole Haan, Haggar Clothing Co., Cavender’s Boot City, DSW Inc. (NYSE: DSW), as well as many others.
Additional information is available at www.jestais.com.
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