RITE Acquires RTE’s Microsoft RMS Client Base
Sartell, MN October 4th, 2016 - Retail Information Technology Enterprises (RITE -Sartell, MN) announces the acquisition of Retail Technology Experts (RTE - Miramar, FL) Microsoft Dynamics RMS point of sale software client base of over 200 retailers in the United States.
“This is part of our ongoing strategy to help usher as many small and medium retailers as we can into the next evolution of retail technology. The need for these merchants to leverage technology as part of their competitive strategy has never been greater” states RITE CEO Rick Feuling.
In an email sent to RTE’s Microsoft RMS clients, company president Mahendran Ramanathan stated “I have known Rick Feuling, the President and CEO of RITE for almost 10 years. We had other offers but we chose RITE because of my confidence in their ability to service your needs to your satisfaction”.
RITE’s focus on customer service means that former RTE customers will enjoy the level of service that has contributed to RITE being the winner of the Microsoft / Retail Realm Circle of Excellence Award for Growth for 2010, 2012, 2015 and 2016.
The acquisition is effective immediately and a smooth transition can be expected due to RITE’s past experience with the merger and acquisition of other retail point of sale sales and service companies.
As part of the acquisition, RITE has also acquired some of RTE’s intellectual property.
About RITE: With offices in Sartell, MN, Dallas, TX and Boise, ID, RITE has provided sales and 365/24/7 support to retailers using the Microsoft RMS point of sale software since 2002. In addition to the Microsoft Dynamics RMS point of sale software, RITE provides complete retail point of sale hardware and software solutions to over 1000 stores in 50 states and 13 countries. RITE can be reached at 1-866-267-7483 and their website address is www.rite.us.
About RTE: Established in 1991 as Business Automation Consultants, RTE has grown to provide service to over 1000 clients via a main office in Miramar, FL. On September 30th, 2016, RTE made the decision to divest their customer base to other point of sale businesses.