MJ Bale suits up with stockinstore
Today, M.J. Bale signed up to use stockinstore as it’s ‘find in store’ solution provider.
Andrew Maver, CEO & Co-Founder of stockinstore said, “We are delighted to have an amazing retailer like M.J. Bale join our growing group of clients. It’s great to be recognised by brands who see value in the customer experience we provide, the technology and data insights. We’re proud to have some iconic Australian and global retailers using stockinstore® and can’t wait to start working with the M.J. Bale team to get stockinstore integrated with AP21 and salesforce Commerce Cloud and launch for customers in early December, just in time for the busy retail trading period of Christmas and New Year.”
About M.J. Bale
M.J. Bale has 53 stores throughout Australia and New Zealand and offers its customer everything from the modern man needs to look his best in any given situation or dress code. In 2009 M.J. Bale founder, Matt Jensen, (the ‘M.J’ in M.J. Bale) had an idea to create a totally unique Australian menswear brand that revolved around quality: quality of product and quality of in-store experience. M.J. Bale has 4 sub-labels – Blue Label, Classics, Collection and Custom – that traverse the good/better/best/sublime quality v price spectrum.
stockinstore was launched in 2016 as a way for retailers to tell online shoppers which stores nearby have the item they’re looking for. Since its launch, this ground-breaking technology has continued to bridge the gap between online and in-store; and gives retailers valuable insights into customer demand for products across their store network. To learn more about stockinstore and join a growing list of retailers like M.J. Bale, Adairs, Early Settler, PETstock, Kookai, Florsheim, Surf Dive n Ski, GUESS, Amazon Surf NZ, 99 Bikes, Intersport, Nique, Billini, The Upside, Bags to Go and Tentword, who are all using stockinstore to improve their retail businesses, visit https://www.stockinstore.com
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