Computer Market Research
Computer Market Research, Ltd. was founded in 1984 and is based in San Diego, California; CMR develops trade promotion management, point of sale, and inventory reporting solutions for manufacturers, distributors, and their sales channels.
CMR offers a suite of channel management solutions that enable administration of various channel processes; Channel POS™, Channel Inventory™, Co-op/MDF™ Administration and Reseller Profiling reporting with its advance web-based POS module for collecting, processing, analyzing, and using point-of-sale data from distributors and resellers. CMR also offers spiff and rebate solutions; special pricing authorization modules; electronic warranty solutions; and deal registration solutions. In addition, Computer Market Research provides compliance wizard solutions for point-of-sale data reporting; and channel intelligence tools that facilitate companies, which sell products through networks of distributors and resellers.
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Products by Computer Market Research
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