Walmart announced on Wednesday a new last-mile delivery pilot program, called Spark Delivery, which focuses on fulfilling customers’ online grocery orders.
Engage3, which helps retailers and brands enhance their pricing performance through data science and analytics, today announced that they have been included, for the second year in a row, in the prestigious Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S.
Discuss.io Ranks No. 206 on the 2018 Inc. 500 Fastest Growing USA Companies With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 2,212 Percent
Inc. magazine today revealed that Discuss.io is No. 206 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Engage3, which helps retailers and brands enhance their pricing performance through data science and analytics, today announced the promotion of Dr. Anup Doshi to Chief Technology Officer.
Discover Video today announced its new partnership with video data solutions leader, cielo24, for video captioning and metadata services.
ChannelEyes has launched Day2Leads, the new way that businesses drive repeat business. Day2Leads is the first Cloud-based SaaS platform to apply predictive analytics for installed base sales.
Today CB4 and Maryland-based c-store chain Dash In Food Stores announced their partnership to improve same-store growth and customer experience by solving in-store operational issues with CB4’s patented machine learning software.
Engage3, which helps retailers and brands enhance their pricing performance through data science and analytics, today announced that O’Neil Nalavadi has joined the team as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Medical tech company Medtronic is teaming up with Nutrino, an AI powered personalized nutrition platform. Nutrino’s FoodPrint Report technology will now be integrated into Medtronic’s iPro2 myLog app, a platform that connects with a continuous glucose monitor to help give users insights about their glucose levels.
As consumers become increasingly invested in their health, personalised nutrition and gene-tailored diets will become the norm, says the chief science officer of Israeli start-up Nutrino. “The future of food is in personalisation and companies who fail to appreciate this will struggle,” he says.