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Bamboo Rose secures #1 ranking in the 2019 RIS News Software LeaderBoard

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Bamboo Rose secures number-one ranking in the 2019 RIS News Software LeaderBoard

For Overall Performance by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers, Bamboo Rose ranked as the leading software provider. The company also ranked as a leader in 13 additional categories.

BOSTON – January 2, 2019 – Bamboo Rose announced today that it ranked as the number-one software provider in the category for Overall Performance by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers in the annual 2019 RIS News Software LeaderBoard report. Bamboo Rose was also ranked as a top-five leader in categories for Ease of Installation & Integration, Total Cost of Operations, Ease of Administration & Maintenance, Quality of Service, and Recommendation.

The annual 2019 RIS Software LeaderBoard features 50 top-10 lists focused on customer satisfaction, as well as a top-20 list of the best software vendors in retail. This year, the ranking was based on 585 vendor evaluations provided by 294 retailers who use the software. The report is highly anticipated each year, and it is a must-read for retailers making plans for future IT investments and investment advisors looking for future acquisitions.

Bamboo Rose was named a “leader” in the following 14 categories:

  • Overall Performance by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Overall Performance
  • Ease of Installation & Integration
  • Ease of Installation & Integration by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Total Cost of Operations by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Ease of Administration & Maintenance by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Quality of Service by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Recommendation by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Technology Innovation by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Quality of Support by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Satisfaction for Targeted Solution Vendors
  • Software Reliability by Tier One & Mid-Size Retailers
  • Targeted Solution Vendor
  • Customer Satisfaction for Mid-Size Vendors

“This recognition is a testament to our dedication to helping our customers navigate the endless uncertainty in the current retail environment,” said Sue Welch, CEO of Bamboo Rose. “Facing constant disruption, today’s retailers must quickly adapt and constantly innovate. Technology that enables collaboration among retail supply chain networks is at the foundation of what retailers need to succeed in the industry today.”

“Bamboo Rose should be proud of its ranking in the 2019 RIS LeaderBoard,” said Joe Skorupa, RIS News Editorial Director. “Every vendor on a top-10 list is on top of an iceberg that extends downward to approximately 40 more names. Therefore, every vendor on the list is the cream of the crop in retail technology.”

Bamboo Rose will also be featured at NRF 2019: Retail’s Big Show. Learn how the company is helping today’s retailers bring speed, efficiency, and clear, consistent communication to supply chains. Visit Bamboo Rose at booth #4827, or schedule a meeting now.

About Bamboo Rose

Bamboo Rose is the leading multi-enterprise product and supply chain platform connecting the retail community to help retailers and suppliers bring great products to market faster, more efficiently, and at higher margins.

Our B2B platform simplifies the product creation and delivery process. It combines several solutions, including a digital Marketplace, PLM, Sourcing, PO Management, GTM, and Financing, all supported by intelligent engines for optimization, costing, and scheduling across the platform.

Bamboo Rose serves over 250K user members across 85 major retailers, 400 brands, and 35,000 suppliers and service providers as they discover, develop, and deliver products @ digital speed. Learn more at bamboorose.com or find us on Twitter at @GoBambooRose.

Lydia Mageean Lydia Mageean has been part of the WhichPLM team for over six years now. She has a creative and media background, and is responsible for maintaining and updating our website content, liaising with advertisers, working on special projects like the Annual Review, and more.Joining mid-2013 as our Online Editor, she has since become WhichPLM’s Editor. In addition to taking on writing and interviewing responsibilities, Lydia has also become the primary point of contact for news, events, features and other aspects of our ever-growing online content library and tools.