Storis announces Client Conference
May 22, 2017,
MOUNT ARLINGTON, N.J. - Storis announced it will host its 13th annual Client Conference Nov. 1-3, 2017, in Florham Park, New Jersey. The conference theme, “Unified for Success,” reflects Storis’ recent innovations to its Unified Commerce platform, as well as the furniture retail community. The company will unveil new product innovations and future directions at the event.
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“Unified for Success” will feature content “tracks” tailored to the various roles people serve in their retail organizations, including retail operations, inventory and logistics, business intelligence, buying and merchandising, and information technology. More than 30 seminars, roundtables and panels will be offered, with content related to Unified Commerce woven throughout all seminar sessions.
“We are thrilled to be hosting another Client Conference for our retailers after the success of our last event," said Storis COO, Doug Culmone.
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The conference is slated to take place at the Wyndham Hamilton Park Hotel and Conference Center. The location is just 30 miles outside of New York City and is convenient for travel into major area airports. Additionally, because Storis' headquarters is in New Jersey, this location provides its 130 Storis employees the opportunity to attend the conference and engage with their client base.
Storis is currently offering early registration through May 31, providing a substantial discount off the conference registration. Group discounts are also available for retailers bringing three or more guests. Storis recommends signing up now, as space is limited. Clients can take advantage by visiting the Storis Client Portal at support.storis.com.
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