Retail Automation Systems—History & Business Philosophy
For more than twenty years, Retail Automation Systems has been dedicated to serving the retail community with state-of-the-art business solutions and concerned, exemplary service. When several technical disciplines are required to deliver the optimum solution, Retail Automation Systems actively partners with other Microsoft Certified Partners to deliver a tightly integrated, highly usable turnkey result.
Retail Automation Systems saw how the "big boys" did it. Brian Wannan, owner, began observing how large chains harnessed technology for competitive advantages over each other. As computer prices dropped, he saw that smaller retailer outlets could have affordable yet high-powered systems to help them compete, carve their niche, and grow.
We became the first dealer for the first PC-based retail POS system. Since that time, he has dedicated himself to retail solutions and strived to offer customers the most powerful and flexible tools available for the price. Today that means Microsoft� Business Solutions Retail Management System.
Today's most modern retail systems are designed and shaped by the Microsoft Product Advisory Council and Brian Wannan serves on this panel. His company continues to win coveted awards for serving retailers.
The full range of retail sizes and niches have become our customers. Because many are in the beer, wine and liquor trade, Retail automation has developed special tools for that vertical. Working with Microsoft Retail Management System, this program manages and tracks a complex array of government tax regulations and reporting requirements.
Customers come back to Retail Automation Systems for the high level of customer care they receive. Deep retail knowledge enables the company to maximize the benefits from their Microsoft Retail Management System deployments.
Ongoing help and follow-through is vital to the success of your new system. During "go live," Retail Automation Systems keeps a representative on hand to make sure everything proceeds according to plan. Not surprisingly, the company is expanding rapidly—219% in the year since first offering Microsoft Retail Management System.