Profitsystems creates e-Showroom for online retailing

June 2008
Furniture/Today;6/30/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 41, p26
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The article reports that Profitsystems Inc., a furniture retail software provider in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has completed phase one of its e-Showroom which links a retailer's merchandise to its Web site. It says that the new product will be launched and demonstrated at the Las Vegas, Nevada market in the company's space in the Retailer Resource Center on the 16th floor of World Market Center Building B. Moreover, the advantages of e-Showroom is offered.


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