CenterStone Technologies, Inc., an international developer of Web-based sales order management software for manufacturers of apparel, footwear and accessories today announced that 180s has selected the companys iVendix software application as their new business-to-business (B2B) online ordering solution for their retail dealers and sales reps.
“Providing superior customer service to our specialty retail accounts is vitally important to 180s. Although we have great products, we also want to be certain that we help our retail partners keep their shelves and racks stocked with these same great products. To do that, we need a state-of-the-art B2B solution. In our mind, a proven solution is one that our retailers will quickly adopt, and in the outdoor recreation, snow sports and the sporting goods industries CenterStone has become the industry standard. With many thousands of specialty retailers already using their iVendix application, we are confident that 180s dealers will also be quick to embrace CenterStones solution.
“180s is known as an innovative brand that has rapidly captured a large percentage of the accessory business in the active sports and lifestyle markets. Theirs is a product line that specialty retailers continually need to reorder, and now these same retailers are going to be able to handle their reorders at their convenience, even when 180s traditional customer service channels are closed. iVendix delivers a large and extensive user community that is growing at a very rapid pace. And it is the adoption rate by this user community that will drive the ROI for 180s,” said Tom Detmer C.E.O. of CenterStone Technologies.
Brands currently using CenterStones Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform and making the companys other solutions available to retail customers and sales reps include: The North Face, JanSport, Vans, and Reef, part of VF Corporation; Pearl Izumi, a division of Nautilus, Inc.; Marmot Mountain, Ex Officio and Marker Apparel, brands of Jarden Corporation; Helly Hansen; Perry Ellis Intl.; Geneva Watch Group; Cleveland Golf and Fidra Golf, part of Quiksilver; SmartWool, a division of Timberland; RipCurl; Billabong; Sport Obermeyer; Smith Optics; KHS Bicycles; Dale of Norway; ONeill Clothing; Hot Chillys; Petzl; Sole Technology; Icebreaker; Four Star Distribution; Fresh Produce Sportswear; Yakima Products; Patagonia Europe; The Orvis Company and others.