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Town Shoes Limited Upgrades Its Solutions with Jesta I.S.

Jesta I.S., Inc., a leading supplier of enterprise business solutions for retailers, manufacturers, and distributors, announced today that Town Shoes Limited will upgrade their Point of Sale and Merchandising systems with the Jesta I.S. Vision Solutions in its network of close to 200 stores across Canada.

Town Shoes Limited, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, has experienced significant growth over the years. To sustain their expanding operations as well as support their customers, the company needed to align their head office merchandising applications to their store POS systems, in-store customer experience capabilities, and in-store infrastructure. Following a rigorous evaluation process, Town Shows Limited selected Jesta I.S.’s Vision Merchandising, Vision BI, Vision POS, and Vision Mobile ERP solutions.

Jesta I.S. has been Town Shoes Limited’s ERP software partner since 2000 and has consistently been at the forefront of their IT strategies. Therefore, it was natural for the two parties to extend their relationship into this new growth phase.

“Jesta I.S. is delighted to continue working with Town Shoes Limited and understands that the complexities of the footwear business can only be managed by a partner who can provide one unified platform for the administration of all current and future banners, while facilitating more efficient omnichannel strategies, “ commented Arvind Gupta, Chief Operating Officer of Jesta I.S.

With the upgraded suite of solutions, Town Shoes Limited will be able to modernize their supply chain and deliver the right products to their customer, faster than ever before. New analytics, including POS data, will provide real-time information for store modeling, size profiling and inventory balancing to ensure the right product is in the right store at the right time. Finally, with a state-of-the-art order fulfillment for eCommerce, the client experience will be consistent, seamless, and streamlined both in store and online.

“We have experienced good growth for all our banners so we felt it was imperative for us to ensure our strategic IT infrastructure was aligned to sustain and support our projected business growth. We decided to extend our partnership with Jesta I.S. because they have been a partner that truly understands our business and has been investing in innovative product features that align with our future strategic business and IT goals,” stated BJ Morden, Sr. Director I.T. eCommerce & Customer Service, from Town Shoes Limited.

About Town Shoes Limited

With over 60 years of experience and close to 200 locations across Canada, Town Shoes Limited is the largest branded footwear retailer in Canada. Town Shoes Limited is comprised of 4 brands; Town Shoes, The Shoe Company, Shoe Warehouse and Sterling, each of which is dedicated to fashion, quality and value.

About Jesta I.S. Inc.

Jesta I.S. is a leading supplier of enterprise business 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 business world. Jesta I.S.’ solutions process essential business management information for 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 and DSW Inc. (NYSE: DSW) as well as many others. Additional information is available at www.jestais.com.

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