iControl Systems USA, LLC. was formed in 2005 by Ephi, Sean and T.J. Zlotnitsky. Originally iControl was run as an affiliate of the family-owned Current Companies, aka CNC, a distributor of periodicals based in Washington, DC, with service to 30 states. CNC was sold in 2009 to Hudson News.
CNC was founded by the family patriarch, Michael Zlotnitsky, and his wife Leah, soon after immigrating to the U.S. from Israel in 1986.
Today, iControl is one of the largest providers of collaborative business intelligence, with a focus on Direct Store Delivery (DSD). Among the company's core services are collaborative data sharing, scan based trading faciliation, and accounts payable consolidation services.
The company has over 40 associates in the United States, and is based in Montgomery County, MD.
The goal of iControl is to provide our retail customers and their vendors with the means to take advantage of the efficiencies and opportunities that Scan Based Trading represents.
As a result of its innovation and business model, iControl has attracted the best run, most responsible and forward-thinking retailers in America, including CVS, Kroger, Safeway, and Barnes & Noble.
The iControl team has now grown to 47 U.S. based associates operating out of 8 states, along with a 24-person data entry team in China. The numbers of retail doors serviced by iControl grew from 521 in 2005 to 17,831 as of March 2010. Doors will surpass 20,000 in June 2010.
Company sales rose from under $2 million in 2005, to $124 million in 2009. The company is on pace to exceed $175 million in sales in 2010.