PCG Continues Global Expansion Through Agreement with Nikkohren, Inc.
Park City, Utah â€“ June 19, 2007 â€“ Park City Group, Inc. (OTCBB: PCYG), a leading provider of inventory and labor optimization solutions, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Nikkohren, Inc. to introduce PCGâ€™s Fresh Market Manager, Supply Chain Profit Link, and ActionManagerâ„¢ product suites to the Japanese convenience store and grocery market. Nikkohren, Inc. is a retail field marketing agent for over 250 brands in Japan who has established successful relationships through their many contacts in the supermarket and convenience store industries for several U.S. based companies.
Nikkohren, Inc. has over 50 years experience as a specialist in retail marketing and has six offices located throughout Japan. More than 40,000 convenience stores and more than 18,000 food specialty superstores can be found across Japan.
Park City Group products and services have already been adopted by several multi-national companies. The strategic relationship with Nikkohren enables Park City Group to continue expanding its worldwide distribution with its first foray into Japan. Through the arrangement, Park City Group will provide software and consulting services to new and existing Nikkohren clients that will help them manage inventory and control labor for increased profitability.
Thanks to its Language QuickSwitch, Park City Group products can be used anywhere in the world. The patented QuickSwitch feature allows users to change the language of any written program with a single mouse click without having to log on or off.
Speaking of the agreement, Randall K. Fields, Park City Groupâ€™s Chairman and Chief Executive, said,
â€œWe are very pleased to be working with Nikkohren and their C.E.O. Mr. Ken Homma as our Japanese agents. Their fine reputation and vast experience in the supermarket and convenience store markets in Japan will help expand our global marketing objectives. Park City Group will provide our new Japanese clients with inventory and labor management systems that are more robust than any they might have seen in their market. With Nikkohrenâ€™s help, we find ourselves well positioned to meet the requirements of the dynamic market and increasingly competitive environment in Japan.â€?