Tryzens, a digital commerce consultancy, recorded 68 per cent revenue growth in 2018, boosting top line revenue to AUD $22.0 million and generated a profit of AUD $1.5 million. The company says its results reflect the tremendous focus around digital growth and transformation in retail.
The company latest digital capabilities are designed to help retailers looking to improve their ecommerce operations through improved sales and consumer engagement and resulted in a number of key customer wins across the globe including brands such as Tempur, kikki.K, Whittard of Chelsea, Seafolly, Macpac, and Annoushka.
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This global footprint has proven critical to supporting existing customers and developing partnerships with brands such as Tempur, kikki.K, Whittard of Chelsea, Seafolly, Macpac and Annoushka, to name a few, launching new digital offerings.
In s statement the company said it recently launched trade and optimisation services and new customer data and analytics services to enable retailers to extract full value from their data and personalise their relationships with their customers, ultimately gaining an edge in this innovative digital world.
According to Andy Burton, CEO at Tryzens, “In the last two years we have undertaken an extensive programme of investment, to better support the tremendous pace of growth in demand for digital retail services borne off the back of rapidly changing consumer behaviours, and this has clearly reflected in our financial performance.”
“The strength of our offering and the quality of our talented team has been instrumental in the increasing number of high-profile retailers coming us for best practice digital commerce services and is the key driving force behind our business growth,” Burton said.