New Raymark president Marc Chriqui proudly proclaims his Montreal-based company "world-ready." The privately held retail software vendor has offices in Canada, France, and China, as well as a core product developed specifically to support retail globalization.
Raymark's suite of retail management software programs has multicurrency, multilingual, and multitax capabilities to ease and speed retailers' entrance into new global markets. It also provides retailers worldwide with a range of applications, including POS, merchandising and CRM, planning and analysis, automated replenishment, and mobile retail.
Chriqui took over as Raymark president on June 10, succeeding his father Claude, who will continue as CEO and chairman of the board. Prior to joining Raymark in 2007, Chriqui spent more than a decade as a software architect and tech consultant for numerous industries, including retail. I recently spoke with him about retailers' expectations from software vendors, the growth of globalization and mobile retail, and the pain points facing retailers today.
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