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Full-Service Search Solution Chosen for the Optimal Online Experience by Many of the Most Successful Online Retailers
London, UK – August 27, 2012 – SLI Systems (www.sli-systems.com) today announced that it has been named one of the top two site search vendors to the Top 1,000 Internet retailers by Internet Retailer magazine, making SLI the leading SaaS-based site search provider and trusted brand to the 1,000 and top 500 biggest retailers.
The ranking is part of new research conducted by the publication’s research team and is based on interviews with the Top 1,000 retailers about the solutions they use across 27 categories. Internet Retailer reported on the Top Vendors in its August 24th eBlast, offering a detailed analysis of the technologies that help the most successful online retailers achieve Top 1000 status. For more information, visit http://www.sli-systems.com/resources/internet-retailer-top-1000-vendor-ranking.
SLI Systems also analyzed the number of 2012 Top 500 Internet Retailers that list SLI as their Site Search technology provider, and determined that it is the #1 SaaS site search provider to these Top 500 Retailers.
“Our full-service approach to site search, along with the performance advantages of our solution, have brought significant business benefits to more and more of the top performing Internet retailers,” said Shaun Ryan, CEO of SLI Systems. “It’s great to see so many of the top brands validating the value of intelligent site search in driving conversions and increasing customer satisfaction. With the close, ongoing guidance clients receive from our team of experts, retailers can continuously improve their e-commerce business and create a shopping experience that keeps visitors coming back and buying. In addition, their increasing adoption of the SaaS approach to site search indicates that more and more large retailers will rely on SLI, rather than their IT teams, to provide cutting-edge search and navigation.”
Published on: 9:13PM on 30th August 2012