September 29, 2020
Chicago, IL – September 29, 2020 – Venzee Technologies Inc. (TSX-V:VENZ) (“Venzee” or the “Company”) reports continued steady addition of retail channels – outpacing internal growth targets and meeting client demand for digital integration across the valuable “last-mile” of global retail.
According to Venzee CEO John Abrams, “Our ability to monetize our brand clients is directly tied to how quickly we make relevant and requested retail channels available to them. Now, with more than 300 retail channels published on our platform, we are meeting our client needs and well-positioned to achieve our active, revenue-generating retail channel targets for 2020 and 2021.”
In July, Venzee began monthly reporting on key metrics, including the number of retail channels available to clients, and; “Pipeline Velocity” – the speed at which it can make available new retail channels for sale.
In its September report, the Company again indicates strong growth of both key metrics with rapid retail channel growth demonstrating continued operational improvement and reliable platform scalability.
Retail Channel Availability – Monthly Metrics
- August Retail Channel Availability – the number of unique retail channels available to clients using the Venzee platform solution – was 263.
- Between August 15 and September 15, the Company added 64 additional Retail Channels to its platform – beating by one the 63 Retail Channels added in the prior reporting period and delivering consistently strong “Pipeline Velocity.”
- On August 15, Retail Channels Available through the Company’s platform totaled 327 or 109% of the Company’s 2020 year-end operational goal for available channels.
Peter Montross, EVP Commercial Operations for Venzee, said, “With seven major Fortune 500 brands beginning product setup through our platform, it is critical we meet their expectations for retail channel availability. By adding more than 60 retail channels in under 30 days, our team has demonstrated Venzee is the solution for brands in need of rapid and diverse retail channel setup.”
The Venzee Retail Solution bridges the data gap between brands and their retailers. By using modern tech to close this gap, manual process can be eliminated from the “last-mile” of the global retail supply chain allowing brands a means to shorten their path to revenue generation and unlock massive value trapped in outdated manual, and labor-intensive approaches.
Venzee sells a unique SaaS solution used by Global Brands to speed products to market and create competitive supply chain advantage. Venzee displaces costly, labor-intensive last-mile retail processes with a low-cost intelligent platform solution.
We believe intelligent supply chain functionality is inevitable and will significantly benefit growers, makers, brands, sellers, regulators, and consumers. At Venzee, we’re building the foundation for a future where seamless, accurate, automated data flow simplifies processes, removes friction, and creates value for all those that rely on the myriad of data and information surrounding any product, anywhere.
Venzee’s mission is to unlock shareholder value by creating intelligent technology that removes friction from the global supply chain. Our products disrupt and displace inefficient manual processes in favor of integrated, machine-driven solutions.
Rethinking Supply Chain
Now available on Apple, Spotify, and other Podcast services, Venzee CEO, John Abrams, shares his expertise from years of work in the global supply chain – alongside other industry experts. On the show, we dive into all aspects of the supply chain. We discuss the history of the supply chain, how it is changing, and what makes for a resilient supply network in today’s rapidly changing world.
To learn more about Venzee, visit venzee.com
On Behalf of the Board,
John Sexton Abrams
President and CEO
Venzee Technologies, Inc.
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