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RGIS Acquires PDSRS in the UK

RGIS Acquires PDSRS in the UK

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- RGIS announced today the Acquisition of PDSRS, a leading company in retail space planning software. PDSRS based in the UK is the developer of StorPlanner, a state of the art store optimization software application. StorPlanner, combined with RGIS's R-Map and Visual Retail applications, will provide a unique tool for every retailer to optimize the use of their store-space. With the addition of the PDSRS tools RGIS is now in a position to offer an unparalleled turn-key solution for store mapping services and an interface between the RGIS store mapping output to all commonly used analytical software applications.

Paul Street the CEO of RGIS said about the acquisition: "This is an important step towards our goal of becoming the leading provider of turn-key Store Mapping and Space Optimization services in the world".

Phil Vranjes the CEO of PDSRS said: "RGIS gives us the scale to provide the essential store management tools to every multi-location retailer".

RGIS is the largest provider of retail and inventory solutions in the world. Established in 1958, RGIS has developed superior quality control processes and cutting-edge proprietary technology that have consistently distinguished its inventory capabilities as the industry leader. With 40,000 trained employees in 400 district offices worldwide, RGIS offers international coverage with a local sensibility, promising the largest network of retail and inventory solutions in the world and an unmatched visitation rate record of 99.93%. To find out more about RGIS, please visit .


CONTACT: Michael A. Michael of RGIS, +1-248-608-8645,

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