200 Clients and Counting for Shopatron in 2010
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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif., Nov. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite a turbulent economy Shopatron eCommerce continues to grow, signing more than 200 clients that represent over 300 brands so far in 2010.

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Shopatron's retail-friendly eCommerce solutions are already used by over 800 branded stores, a total the company expects will surpass 1,100 overall stores by early 2011.

A world leader in retail-integrated eCommerce, Shopatron has powered online sales for brands like Callaway Golf, Suzuki and Johnson Outdoors since 2001, covering more than 35 industries. Using Shopatron's patent-pending platform, manufacturers are able to capture sales on their website and pass them to authorized retailers for delivery or in-store pickup.

Shopatron's growth is being driven by:

  • Global expansion with deployments in North America and throughout Europe, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Austria and Switzerland.
  • Expertise in multi-channel commerce, using features like in-store pickup and ship-to-store.
  • Unbeatable value to its clients through best-in-class cloud (SaaS) software.

"The growth shows that more brands are deciding to sell online, using a retail-friendly system that erases channel conflict," said Ed Stevens, Founder and CEO of Shopatron. "Companies have realized the importance of selling online, and they're making the investment in their web programs because they clearly see the ROI. Shopatron makes it easier on brands to make this move online by offering a cost-effective, global eCommerce model that actually turns channel conflict into more sales."

Recent brands to sign up with Shopatron include Klipsch Speakers and Mephisto. Visit the Shopatron clients page for a full list of brands. A majority of Shopatron's new merchants will deploy Shopatron's multi-channel commerce functionality, which includes local in-store pickup of online orders.

"Brands have realized the benefits of uniting with local retailers to fulfill online orders," Stevens added, "and the end result is more sales for everyone and better relationships with customers."

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ABOUT SHOPATRON

Founded in 2001, Shopatron is the No. 1 retail-integrated eCommerce solution for branded manufacturers, distributors and multi-channel retailers. Working with more than 800 manufacturers and 12,000 retail partners across 35 industries, Shopatron offers an innovative and flexible approach to eCommerce that matches the unique needs of branded manufacturers and multi-channel retailers.

With Shopatron's retail-friendly solution for branded manufacturers, Coex Freedom, brands sell on their website and send orders to their retail partners for fulfillment. This solution eliminates channel conflict, builds retailer relationships, grows distribution and increases overall sales for the brand. Shopatron's solution for multi-channel retailers, Coex Private, allows retailers to fulfill orders from all inventory centers, which enables in-store pickup capabilities that drive traffic into brick-and-mortar locations for additional services and add-on sales.

Shopatron clients include top brands such as Callaway Golf, Suzuki, Polaroid, Mizuno, Ducati, JL Audio, American Tire Distributors and Sport Chalet. The company is headquartered in San Luis Obispo, Calif. For more information, call us at 866-625-5050 or visit ecommerce.shopatron.com.

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Micaela Hichborn of Shopatron, Inc., +1-805-269-5200, pr@shopatron.com

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