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Tally Solutions and Martjack Launch ‘Retail Revolution’

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With increasing adoption of technology and penetration of digital media, the retail consumer experience has changed. This has further opened up a plethora of opportunity for retailers. In an effort to empower retailers to understand and tap these opportunities, Tally Solutions, India leading business management Software Company along with MartJack announced the launch of ‘Retail Revolution’, the one-of-its-kind, pan India education initiative aimed at highlighting the relevance of multi-channel retailing.

The first such conclave in the series was held at Hyderabad, with around 100 retailers attending the session. The initiative is the brain child of India’s leading retail and technology enablers – Tally, MartJack, Windows Azure and ICICI Merchant Services (Firstdata). Going forward, the initiative plans to conduct education conclaves across India where retail experts and senior retail executives discuss, debate and mentor retailers about the way forward in multi-channel retailing. Speaking on the initiative, Shoaib Ahmed, President, Tally Solutions said, “The retail industry in India is facing new challenges with the advent of multichannel retail; we continue to be the provider of relevant biz solutions to our customers and address their evolving needs.

The current engagement with Martjack is an important milestone in our journey.” Elaborating on the association, Abhay Deshpande, CEO, MartJack said, “We have been providing solutions to retailers in India to help them leverage the benefit of eCommerce for a while now. By partnering with Tally, we have expanded our reach and our association will ensure customers gets the best of both “brick and mortar and eCommerce” solution out of the box!”  Conducted by industry stalwarts like Shoaib Ahmed, President, Tally Solutions.

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