Software Paradigms International acquires Shiloh
Software Paradigms International (SPI), a leading global, award-winning retail IT services and solutions provider, has acquired Shiloh Technologies, an Arkansas-based analytic software company for retailers and suppliers.
“This acquisition was strategic, allowing us to extend our product portfolio to provide POS analytics from retailers to their suppliers. It also provides Shiloh clients with the opportunity to leverage our global services and products — providing both companies with endless opportunities,” said Sid Mookerji, CEO and co-founder, SPI.
Known for its analytical retail software and customer support, Shiloh created a suite of tools that have been fine-tuning data and maximizing the ROI of its retail supplier clients for more than 19 years. The Shiloh team optimizes what it describes as the true value of data and retail performance through a locally installed platform or within a secure cloud environment.
“We are very excited about our possibilities with SPI,” said Britt Fogg, founder and president of Shiloh Technologies. “This brings together our world-class platform with a company recognized around the world for quality and retail service expertise.”
Fogg will remain president of Shiloh Technologies and promises that customers “will continue to see and talk to the same great people at Shiloh as we continue adding new members to our team to meet the ever growing demand for our products and services.”
Founded in 1994, SPI is a service provider that works with some of the largest retailers across the globe. Offerings include IT services, solutions and products such as TFO (SPI's vendor collaboration product) and its recovery audit solution.