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STORIS & Versatile Credit Team up To Provide Retailers Best-In-Class Business Technologies

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Versatile Credit Inc. (Versatile), an omnichannel financing platform for retailers and STORIS, the Unified Commerce Solution for home furnishings retailers, announce the integration of Versatile’s powerful and adaptable financing technology to STORIS’ ERP.


STORIS has over 30 years of experience delivering proven technologies that provide home furnishing retailers with complete control over their operations. STORIS serves the home furnishings retail industry with solutions for Point of Sale, Inventory Control, eCommerce, Mobile, Business Intelligence, and more. The company’s technologies enable retailers to create consistent, multi-channel experiences for shoppers.


Versatile Credit has over 15 years of experience building high-impact solutions for driving consumer financing with higher application volumes and approvals. All customer and application data

generated by Versatile will be fed directly into the retailer’s STORIS system, allowing retailers to quickly and easily leverage financing and customer data to process orders and help customers buy the products and services they want.


“Versatile and STORIS share long, unrivaled track records of success and expertise in providing retailers with innovative, best-in-class solutions”, said Vicki Turjan, president and chief operating officer of Versatile, “we are excited to build this partnership and provide retailers with the tools and technology to drive success in their financing programs.”


“Financing has an important place in the home furnishings shopping experience. In recent years, as the consumer has prioritized their home, financing has supported retailers in helping their consumers furnish their spaces as desired. In support of this, STORIS offers extensive financing lender partnerships to our retailers. Today, we are pleased to partner with Versatile to be able to offer their leading financing technology and deep experience to our mutual customers. This integration will enable our retailers to provide their shoppers with a seamless financing experience on their terms,” said Donnie Surdoval, STORIS’ Director of Product Strategy.


Versatile’s consumer finance technology is designed to empower retailers to provide their shoppers with seamless, self-service financing application experiences on an array of devices, including kiosks, tablets, PCs, consumer mobile devices, and more. These devices and applications can be

completely customized to the retailer’s brand, look, and feel.


This integration will also enable STORIS retailers to offer cascading mobile apply with Versatile’s patented “Snap to Apply” technology -- helping shoppers to apply for financing from the safety and comfort of their own mobile device while still benefiting from the same in-store decisioning they would receive from a retailer-owned device, thanks to the proof of location technology behind “Snap to Apply”.

To learn more about STORIS and their partnership with Versatile, visit info.STORIS.com/request-a-demo or call 1.888.4.STORIS. This integration is compatible with STORIS Release 10.6.



Founded in 1989, STORIS continues to be the leading provider of Retail Software Solutions and Services to the home furnishings industry. Over 475 clients utilize STORIS’ Unified Commerce Solution, which includes point of sale, eCommerce, mobile POS, CXM, inventory management, merchandising, business intelligence, kiosk, supply chain management, accounting, and more.


About Versatile Credit

Privately held, Versatile Credit offers a technology platform that enables retailers to build a financing program with leading lending providers, innovative financing solutions and engaging customer experiences -- leading to more finance applications, more approvals and more sales. For more information, visit versatilecredit.com.


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