STORIS

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STORIS, Inc. is a privately owned American company that provides furniture retail software to the home furnishing retailing industry.

History

STORIS, Inc. was founded in 1989 by Ira Bakst and Donald J. Surdoval. The company was formed after Surdoval and Bakst purchased the STORIS division from the Ultimate Corporation. In August 2003, Bakst retired from STORIS.[1] Since then, Surdoval has led the company as its President and Chief Executive Officer.

In December 2005, the company moved its headquarters from Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey to Mount Arlington, New Jersey.[2] An additional Research & Development office is located in Deerfield Beach, Florida.[3]

Business markets

STORIS targets the furniture, bedding,[4] consumer electronics, casual furniture, appliances, billiards, and fitness equipment retail markets. STORIS conducts business both domestically and internationally throughout North America, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Mexico.

STORIS is represented at various trade shows and industry markets such as the High Point Market, World Market Center Las Vegas, Casual Market, BrandSource, ICFA Conference, Neco Foxwoods, Bedding Conference, MEGA Group, Nationwide Tradeshows and Furniture 1st Symposium.

Products

STORIS is best known for their software solutions for the home furnishings industry. STORIS delivery a fully integrated Unified Commerce solution that provides real-time information across brick and mortar, eCommerce and mobile devices. Their highly scalable technology provides complete control over all retail business channels to increase profitability, facilitate growth and create operational efficiencies. STORIS functionality includes Point of Sale, Inventory Control, Merchandising, Customer Service, Logistics, Business Intelligence, Accounting and Financing.

References

  1. Furniture Today (September 15, 2003): STORIS founder Bakst retires.
  2. "STORIS Announces Move to New Corporate Headquarters". Furniture World News. December 22, 2005. https://www.furninfo.com/furniture-industry-news-archive/5775. 
  3. Furniture World Magazine (May 1, 2000): STORIS Expands Research and Development Office.
  4. Home Furnishings Business (April 22, 2011): Serta Partners With STORIS.