2013 served as another banner year for merchandise lifecycle management platform provider TradeStone, as the company continued its streak of double digit growth. The vendor signed a number of noteworthy new retailers and further extended its roster by adding new customers in the athletic apparel, office/school supply, and furniture markets.
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Practices guide , which it will be discussing throughout the year, and noted considerable interest in private brand growth across a wide set of retailers. Being SMART Wins in Retail TradeStone concurs with my overall impression of NRF ‘14 that could be summarized as SMART, in the following manner: social, mobile, analytics (big data), and real-time visibility (of inventory, orders, workforce, etc.). Perhaps a unified transaction engine would be another emerging trend, although it might be