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Dynamic Action named Digital Commerce Startup of the Year
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Sep '17
Courtesy: NRF
Courtesy: NRF
Dynamic Action, developers of prescriptive data analytics solution specifically built for ecommerce, store, omnichannel retail merchandising teams based in California, US, has been named the Digital Commerce Startup of the Year, at the recently held National Retail Federation’s annual Shop.org conference, from September 25 to 27, 2017, in Los Angeles, US.

NRF senior director for digital retail Jill Dvorak said, “The award recognises promising young companies that are pushing the boundaries of the digital retail experience. Venture capitalists, retailers, and analysts alike agree that this year’s finalists all have the ability to positively impact the course of the retail industry. With the help of presenting partner Intel, we are happy to honour Dynamic Action and are confident that it will continue driving digital retail forward with its innovations and vision for the future.”

Dynamic Action CEO of John Squire said, “To win this award is a strong testament of the work our team, investors, but most importantly what our judges saw, in Dynamic Action’s ability to transform retail.”

Dynamic Action was one of three finalists selected in August, and the final winner was chosen by a panel of industry judges after the companies’ CEOs made presentations at this week’s conference.

The Digital Startup of the Year award is presented each year to recognise the industry’s most innovative and creative start-up that experts agree will significantly improve or alter the retail industry. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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