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CAM Commerce Solutions® Announces the Release of RetailSTAR® Version 9.9

CAM Commerce (CAM), a subsidiary of Celerant Technology, today announced the latest version of its flagship product, RetailSTAR. Building upon its existing line of software solutions, RetailSTAR 9.9 introduces a buffet of new features to the POS. Among the many new additions, RetailSTAR 9.9 introduces options for point-of-sale coupons, salesperson ratings, transaction fees, contract pricing, bulk/cumulative buys and estimates/quotes.

“RetailSTAR 9.9 represents a significant enhancement of the CAM product line,” said Celerant Technology CEO Ian Goldman. “We continue to invest and dedicate many resources to the development of STAR, and the extensive list of new features provides retailers with a flexible set of tools to grow their business.”

The newly designed POS interface allows for many unique customizations to both the POS screen and customer receipts to better accommodate specific business or industry needs. RetailSTAR 9.9 empowers the user with the control and flexibility to determine which columns appear on-screen, and in which order. Additionally, customizable receipts, cumulative sales, point value promotions and contract pricing are all now available within the retail software.

"The new release of RetailSTAR 9.9 is an exciting moment for us," said Charles Solano, Manager of Sam's Western Store. "It's very apparent that the staff at CAM Commerce has been working diligently to make enhancements that further meet the needs of retailers across various industries. The new POS screen is even more intuitive and the added ability to email statements for in-house charge accounts, direct to our customers is a big deal for us. Doing all of this electronically saves us countless time and effort! Prior to using RetailSTAR we were on a really old system that was DOS based and never evolved, nor was it Windows compatible. RetailSTAR made it possible for us to use the same kind of technology that the big guys used, without the price tag. The POS is so easy to use, and the inventory tracking allows us to accurately manage all of our items, which is necessary for us, because we sell a little bit of everything. Now, with the new release of RetailSTAR 9.9 we are able to do so much more."

RetailSTAR 9.9 offers a plethora of additional features while retaining the robust, core functions of CAM’s integrated retail solution, including point-of-sale, electronic payment processing, inventory control, E-Commerce, gift card, customer loyalty, and extensive management reporting.

For more information on CAM and RetailSTAR, visit www.CAMCommerce.com or call our Sales Department at 718-351-2000.

About CAM Commerce Solutions, a Subsidiary of Celerant Technology

CAM Commerce Solutions, founded in 1983, develops, markets, installs and services highly integrated Pont-of-Sale, ERP and Payment Processing solutions for small to medium size merchants as well as specialty markets. These integrated solutions include: point-of-sale, electronic payment processing, inventory control, E-Commerce shopping cart, gift card, customer loyalty, and extensive management reporting. For more information regarding CAM's systems, RetailSTAR, or RetailSTAR Rx, go to www.camcommerce.com.

Celerant Technology, a privately held Corporation, provides seamless multi-channel solutions to retailers across all industries As a mid-market retail system leader, Celerant provides solutions and expert advice to continually accelerate retail growth. A multifaceted award winning company, Celerant prides itself in the quality of its products, the capacity of its service, and remains the true multi-channel software provider. For more information regarding Celerant's system, Command Retail, go to www.celerant.com.

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