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Montreal Impact selects Raymark’s store, merchandising, reporting, web integration and mobile solutions for deployment across all boutique locations

Raymark is pleased to announce that the Montreal Impact soccer team has selected its store, merchandising, reporting, web integration and mobile solutions to be deployed across all its Montreal boutique locations, including the Olympic Stadium and new Saputo Stadium scheduled to open in June 2012.

“The 2012 Montreal Impact season will be the club’s inaugural season to Major League Soccer, the top flight of North American soccer,” says Stéfanie Bureau, the Montreal Impact’s Branding and Merchandising Director. “We were searching for retail solutions that could support all the ventures we plan to launch in accordance with our newfound involvement in Major League Soccer. Only two weeks after signing with them, Raymark had already successfully deployed their solutions in one of our stores, reinforcing our belief that we had made the right decision by selecting them. Raymark’s proven retail expertise, local Montreal presence and innovative, reliable products are the reasons we chose them as our software partner going forward.”

“Raymark is excited that the Montreal Impact has entrusted us with fulfilling their retail solution needs at such an important juncture in their history,” states Marc Chriqui, Raymark’s President. “We look forward to forming a strong, lasting relationship with the franchise and to supporting their retail endeavors for years to come. Together, I think we make a winning team.”
Full deployment across all Montreal locations is scheduled for March 2012, coinciding with the first game of the season.

About the Montreal Impact
The Montreal Impact is a Canadian professional soccer team based in Montreal, Quebec that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS).
As Major League Soccer’s 19th franchise and third Canadian club, the Impact replaces the second division team of same name. The new team is run by the old organization’s ownership group, led by owner Joey Saputo.
On May 7, 2010, it was announced Montreal as the nineteenth club in Major League Soccer, set to begin play for the 2012 season. The MLS franchise will be privately owned by the Saputo family.