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Experion clinches deal with major Australian retail chain

Our Bureau Thiruvananthapuram | Updated on January 20, 2018 Published on February 21, 2016




Experion Technologies, a home-grown technology solutions and services company from Technopark here, has clinched a contract with a major Australian retailer.

Experion will re-engineer the retail technology system that supports outlets for Worldsmart, part of the RD Jones group of companies, across Australia.

Inventory management

The new cloud-ready system for Worldsmart will allow retailers to monitor day-to-day operations such as managing inventory, pricing and sales. It will provide critical communication to point of sale devices, apart from generating reports in one-touch.

It will also provide comprehensive in-store management capabilities, enhancing operational efficiency and profits, while improving turnaround times and customer experience.

Experion offers IT product engineering as a service and has a portfolio of products in retail and transportation sectors with clients spread across the globe.

It has offices in the US, Switzerland, Netherlands, Germany and Australia, and development centres in Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Bengaluru.

Exacting standards

Worldsmart has interests in hospitality, retail, gaming and technology industries. Experion was asked to redo its platform for integrated retail operations and management for rollout in retail chains and independent stores.

Samuel Pons, Managing Director, Worldsmart, said that its customers expect their technology to be innovative and industry leading.

“Our search for the right partner had to meet the same exacting standards our retailer hold us to - innovation, expertise, capability, depth and fast delivery. “We are excited to partner Experion to push the envelope of innovation in retail technology.”

Binu Jacob, MD and CEO, Experion, said that retail is the most exciting industry in 2016, what with the strong push of e-commerce all around.

“We see a massive transformation of consumer behaviour fuelled by new technologies like cloud and big data”, he added.

Published on February 21, 2016
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