July 26, 2005, 12:00 AM

Ecometry adds nine customers in second quarter

Ecometry Corp., provider of software for multi-channel retailers, reports that Q2 2005 was its strongest second quarter in four years, with the addition of nine customers.

Ecometry Corp., provider of software for multi-channel retailers, reports that Q2 2005 was its strongest second quarter in four years, with the addition of nine customers.

“There’s been a pent-up demand in retail technology spending as well as a strong competitive drive for retailers to integrate their multiple sales channels,” said John Marrah, president and CEO of Ecometry. “We have excellent momentum as we move into the third quarter and leverage the integration of Blue Martini’s technology and customer base to open doors for us with retailers who are looking for a single software vendor to meet their multi-channel commerce needs. Furthermore, we’re evaluating several acquisitions as we continue our assembly of the technology products that will further our ability to meet all of retailers’ needs in this area.”

In Q2, purchasers of the Ecometry Commerce Suite were OutdoorDecor.com; Fulfillment Systems; Special Ops Paintball; Cutter & Buck; Dishes, Décor & More; Maus & Hoffman; Mile Post Four; Westmarket; and Mobile City Online. It’s the strongest sales performance in the second quarter since the same period in 2001, when 12 new customers purchased the multi-channel commerce software suite.

The Ecometry Commerce Suite is designed to allow multi-channel retailers to automate marketing, accounting, order management, forecasting, merchandising and purchasing, online shopping, warehousing and shipping, and customer service across all sales channels.

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