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Kiwi CRM provider takes home placing in Deloitte's 2016 APAC Fast 500

05 Dec 16

Kiwi-based CRM provider Plexure has ranked number 35 on the Deloitte 2016 Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500, an annual ranking of the fastest growing companies in the software and hardware sectors.

The company’s founder and CEO, Scott Bradley, credits the company’s significant revenue growth to its commitment to bringing new innovation to how retailers

“Plexure is committed to delivering the solutions that transform how brands interact with customers through their connected devices, helping more retailers around the globe improve customer engagement and grow their businesses,” he explains.

“To operate successfully in an ever-competitive landscape, brick-and-mortar retailers must embrace the promise of the Internet of Things and provide the modern shopping experience their customers expect,” says Bradley.

He explains that the company is thrilled to have placed so highly on the Deloitte Fast 500, and expect their stellar growth to continue as they create new ways for clients to deliver outstanding customer experiences.

Toshifumi Kusunoki, Deloitte Leader, Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific, says the winners demonstrate how new technologies are shaping the way we live and work, using innovative solutions to transform business models and simplify the lives of the consumer.

"The Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500 rankings always instil confidence in the TMT sector in Asia Pacific, as companies in the region continue their rapid pace of innovation,” explains Kusunoki.

“In particular, the region’s advances in mobile, e-commerce and social media create a ripe environment for continued disruption of technologies that will shape the future.”

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