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VAI Invites Attendees to Learn How Organizations Can More Effectively and Efficiently Automate and Integrate Business Processes

VAI (Vormittag Associates, Inc.), a leading ERP software provider, is pleased to announce its participation at NRLA’s 2012 Lumber and Building Material (LBM) Expo, the lumber industry’s largest regional tradeshow. VAI will be showcasing its S2K Retail Management Software at its booth (#825) which has been designed to specifically help retailers and distributors in industries including lumber and building materials meet the challenges of today’s economic environment by automating and integrating business processes across the organization.

What: Attendees are invited to visit the VAI booth to see live demonstrations focused on the benefits of its S2K Retail Management Software, and learn how companies like Robert Weed Plywood have benefited from VAI’s solution. By increasing productivity and streamlining retail operations, VAI provides management teams with the ability to move merchandise more effectively, eliminate costly delays and maximize efficiencies across all levels of business. VAI S2K Retail Management Software is an integrated retail management system that offers a complete solution for the retail industry, including:

  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • General Ledger
  • Retail Point of Sale
  • Sales Analysis / Forecasting
  • Inventory Management
  • Purchasing
  • Customer Orders
  • Customer Relationship Management

When: The LBM Expo takes place January 25-27, 2012

Where: MGM Grand at Foxwoods, CT; VAI booth #825

Join VAI for a free webinar on February 2, 2012 at 2:00 PM ET and learn how S2K for Retail Software helps centralize information across the entire organization, helping businesses locate and move items more effectively, eliminate costly delays, and make more informed decisions. For more information and to register, visit or call 800-824-7776.


About NRLA

The Northeastern Retail Lumber Association (NRLA) was established in New York in 1894 by a small group of pioneering lumbermen who recognized the value of cooperation. Today, the NRLA is a 1,150 member association representing independent lumber and building material suppliers and associated businesses in New York and the six New England states. The NRLA is an industry leader in education, legislative and regulatory reform, and member programs and services.