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Trackometrix among the top 20 startup companies according to Rise Technology Conference

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Trackometrix among the top 20 startup companies according to Rise Technology Conference

Trackometrix, a Singapore based startup that offers real time analytics and customer connect for brick and mortar stores has announced that it has been recognised amongst the top 20 startup companies of Singapore by Rise Technology Innovation Conference, Hong Kong.

Each week, Rise selects 25 early stage startups from around the world to showcase themselves for free in the conference as part of their ALPHA program.

Speaking on this occasion, Ravneesh Dhaneshwar, Founder, Trackometrix said, “We are honoured to be recognised for our work and to be ranked among the top 20 companies by Rise Conferences. We live in an environment of digital disruption where retailers are looking for solutions that offer real time analytics and market based analysis that will help the retailer to optimise their retail operations, efficiently manage the supply chain and decide and offer solutions real time to their customers. Since our set up, Tackometrix has been focused towards converging the offline world with the online and offer much more than just click to brick to retailers and digital natives. We are like google analytics but we are for brick and mortar stores”

 “The Indian retail market is expected to double to US $ 1 trillion by 2020 driven by income growth, urbanisation and attitudal shift. This highlights a huge potential for our solution in the market with retailers looking for insights that helps them connect with the customers in real time. Our major development and analytics is India based and we have already started signing up and deploying retailers in the market”, said Dhaneshwar on the Indian market.


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