FOLSOM, Calif. (November 5th, 2009) Retail Pro International, LLC announced today that it held successful meetings with its authorized Business Partners in Las Vegas, NV, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Many of Retail Pro’s largest and most successful partners in North America, Europe and Asia attended the meeting where Retail Pro shared its current operational status as well as its plans for the future. There was also a lengthy Q&A time allotted, as well as private meetings with its new CEO, Kerry Lemos. Key vendor partners also attended the meetings.
Ken Sapp, Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing, shared, "I'm really pleased with the outcome of these meetings and the turnout as well. Our partners are incredibly loyal and fired up about our joint future."
About Retail Pro International, LLC
Retail Pro International, LLC, is a global leader in Point of Sale, Store Operations, and Back-Office software applications for the specialty retail industry. It is a wholly-owned company of Valens Offshore SPV II, Corp., managed by Valens Capital Management LLC; Calliope Capital Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Laurus Master Fund, Ltd. (In Liquidation) and managed by Laurus Capital Management, LLC; and Midsummer Investments, Ltd., managed by Midsummer Management LLC. With 90 offices across 47 countries, Retail Pro's network of affiliates provides local support and service for its worldwide customer base in the customer's local language and time-zone. Retail Pro International, LLC hopes to build on the over 20 years that the legacy Retail Pro® solution has helped retailers achieve their full potential by using its feature rich, scalable, and reliable retail store management system. More than 35,000 retail stores in 63 countries using 18 different languages trust Retail Pro® to manage their operations; from single stores to prestigious, multi-national retailers, Retail Pro is the proven global solution for serious retailers worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.retailpro.com.
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