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Chris Ripley

CEO and Co-Founder

About Smarter Sorting

Smarter Sorting is a purpose-driven company committed to increasing sustainable options for unsold or damaged products.

Smarter Sorting’s cutting-edge machine learning technology enables cost-effective, compliant decisions for all unsold products, and our process advances our partners’ zero-waste goals.

Learn more at smartersorting.com

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Smarter Sorting recognized that retailers are unequipped to properly handle unsold or unsalable products which are often 10% or more of their total inventory and a considerable cost to their organizations.

Armed with a novel software and hardware idea to solve this problem, Smarter Sorting needed a trusted development partner to help build the technology platform as well as the development team.

How ChimiChurri Helped

ChimiChurri started by deeply analyzing the problem/solution space and defining the right technology architecture to support Smarter Sorting’s vision. They then built APIs, web applications, mobile applications, microservices, and a scalable cloud configuration that empowered Smarter Sorting to get their idea off the ground and gather significant traction.

ChimiChurri’s long-term partnership also helped Smarter Sorting build their own in-house technology team and has continued to provide custom software development services to support Smarter Sorting’s rapid growth, increased complexity, and demand.

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