Staten Island, NY (October 7, 2020) – Celerant Technology, the #1 provider of innovative retail software for the firearms industry, today announced that the company contributed approximately half of data in support of SCOPE CLX, a data-sharing program for FFL dealers. As a preferred point of sale vendor for NASGW, firearm retailers can participate in SCOPE CLX through Celerant’s point of sale solution- enabling them to share retail data, and obtain valuable analytics in return.

What is SCOPE CLX?
Celerant is a preferred point of sale provider for SCOPE CLX, an industry-fueled program that supports businesses in the shooting sports industry. Managed by the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW), SCOPE CLX collects and aggregates point of sale data from Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) retailers across the country. The aggregated data, which is completely anonymous, provides information about product performance, consumer demand and market trends in the FFL market. Through Celerant’s point of sale, dealers can share transaction data with SCOPE CLX, and access monthly reports provided by SCOPE CLX.
To launch SCOPE CLX, NASGW partnered with Celerant for its large market share of FFL retailers. Through the partnership, NASGW is able to collect and analyze retail sales data from already almost 100 stores in the shooting stores industry, with Celerant making up approximately half of the analytics within SCOPE CLX. As a result, NASGW can provide its participating dealers with a clearer picture of sales trends at the retail level, and continue growing its SCOPE CLX project.

"After months of diligent work, the release of SCOPE CLX Retail Reports is here," says Easton Kuboushek, NASGW Director of Data Programs. "We're excited to offer this free information on product sales for the benefit of FFL dealers, and to begin new chapter of market analysis in our industry. The success of our program is thanks to partners like Celerant and their dealers; thank you to already over 100 opt-in Celerant clients for your partnerships— we wouldn't be here without your trust and support!"

More about Celerant’s FFL retail software solutions

Celerant’s FFL retail software enables dealers to manage their entire business- in store, online, range- all within a single solution; and comply with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Dealers can choose between Cumulus Retail™, a cost-effective, SaaS solution for smaller dealers; and Stratus Enterprise™, a comprehensive solution with advanced functionality. Both solutions integrate with SCOPE CLX.

“By integrating with SCOPE CLX, Celerant is able to provide FFL retailers with a great deal of analytics to help them keep a pulse on the market and compete,” stated Michele Salerno, Director of Marketing at Celerant Technology. “The strength of the analytics is based on both the quantity and quality of the retail data shared with SCOPE CLX; we are excited that Celerant dealers already account for over 50% of the point of sale data collected for analysis. Access to SCOPE CLX is offered to our FFL retail clients at no cost; and we are confident this program will provide tremendous value to our dealers and the industry, especially as the project grows.”

To learn more about Celerant’s integration with SCOPE CLX, or to participate in the program, please visit

About Celerant Technology
Celerant has been supporting the outdoor and firearms industry since 1999 with innovative retail software, enabling FFL dealers to expand their business both in store and online. As a preferred software provider for the NASGW, NSSF and NRA, Celerant supports firearm dealers through point of sale and kiosks, contactless payments, A&D/e4473, distributor integrations, eCommerce, drop shipping, curbside pickup, range management with digital waivers, class/courses, memberships, marketplace integrations (i.e., GunBroker,,, Weapon Depot), and more. For more information, please visit

About National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW)
The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers was organized in 1953 and incorporated in 1954. The Association was originally identified as the Sporting Goods Jobbers Association. In 1962 the name was officially changed, and manufacturers and reps were invited to join as Associate members. The NASGW is the organizer and sponsor of the industry's former Hunting Show, now known as the NASGW Annual Meeting/Expo Event. This annual event provides an unmatched educational, marketing and communications opportunity for the hunting and shooting sports wholesaler, manufacturer and sales professional. For more information, visit