CHARLOTTE, NC –Denver-based iQmetrix, which sells software to manage wireless and cellular retail operations, has acquired Charlotte, NC-based Work Software Systems, creator of WorkWireless.
Financial details were not disclosed.
“We have always had great respect for WorkWireless as one of our strongest competitors. Together we will build on our combined experience to redefine wireless retail,” says Chris Krywulak, president and CEO of iQmetrix. “This step will transform our business and accelerate execution of our growth strategy.”
Bill May, founder of Work Software Systems, will be joining the iQmetrix executive team as President of iQmetrix USA.
May said, “Wireless retail is an exciting, challenging and constantly changing market. Combining our companies will create an organization better equipped to provide customers with innovative solutions and services to compete successfully and grow their businesses.”
iQmetrix Software Development Corp. sells retail management systems for the cellular and wireless retail and telecommunications industries.
iQmetrix sells its business solutions to multi-location retailers throughout North America. iQmetrix’s flagship product, RetailiQ, provides a fully integrated solution to manage Point-of-Sale, CRM, Inventory, Accounting, HR, Marketing, Intranet and E-Commerce.