In the past, when traditional retailers or brands have tried to offload inventory to these stores, which include T.J. Maxx and others, the stores are handed a long list of codes that correspond to each style up for sale. Because these lists are so tough to decipher, off-price buyers are often stuck searching for images of each of these products, or placing bulk orders without knowing exactly what they’re getting. A new software solution hopes to change that. Created by 2-year-old technology company Inturn, the program automatically calls up images for each item being sold, thereby speeding up the negotiation process. See more at CNBC.