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Conductiv Software relocates headquarters to New York
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Aug '13
Conductiv, the mobile software commerce company specializing in innovative handheld sales apps for the retail industry, announced that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to Manhattan’s historic Union Square.

“The decision to move our headquarters to New York was simple—it's just the natural place for our company to be,” says Bob Daughton, Vice-Chairman of Conductiv. “New York allows us to take the pulse of retail whenever we want to. This ensures that our retail-centric products, built for client satisfaction and profitability through technological advancement, are continually inspired by the retail genius of the city.”

Conductiv’s New York hub now serves as the base for management, sales, finance, marketing, legal and administration. Additional sales offices are located in Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas and Savannah. Conductiv’s pioneering development team will remain in the Seattle tech corridor.

“New York City has the best intersection of retail and tech,” says Jeff Saunders, Conductiv’s COO. “Moving our headquarters to the center of Silicon Alley, in proximity to Google, Foursquare and countless other tech companies and start-ups, puts us right next to some of the best talent and thinking around the digital space. Couple that with New York’s extraordinary retail presence and leadership, and we’re in the retail sweet spot.”

About Conductiv Software Inc.

Founded in 2011, Conductiv is a software company that produces collaborative mobile commerce applications and services for the retail industry. The company has offices in New York and Seattle. Conductiv provides its full suite of software-as-a-service solutions primarily to clients within the apparel, action sports, fashion, electronics and beverage industries. For more information about Conductiv and its innovative retail applications.

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