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Bluecore Ranks #13 On Crain’s 2018 Fast 50

Retail Marketing Technology Company Continues to Accelerate Its Growth

Below is an article originally written by PowerToFly Partner Bluecore, and published on October 18, 2018. Go to Bluecore's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

Bluecore, the retail marketing technology company that more than 400 retailers rely on to launch highly personalized campaigns at scale, today announced that it was ranked #13 on Crain's New York Business 2018 Fast 50.

The annual list curates the 50 fastest-growing companies in the New York area, measured by revenue growth from 2014 to 2017. The businesses on this year's list had an average three-year growth rate of 2,082%. To be considered for participation, companies must have at least $10 million in revenue, be headquartered in the New York area, and have been in business a minimum of four years.

"Bluecore's inclusion on Crain's 2018 Fast 50 list is confirmation that our investments in R&D, partnership network and value proposition for retailers is delivering value to our shareholders and customers," said Rob Holland, COO, Bluecore.

Bluecore's accelerated growth is further evidenced by its recent international expansion and the opening of its London office to support the demand of global brands. The company is now increasing its investment in R&D to continue to introduce new ways for retailers to activate new revenue opportunities, scale performance without scaling effort and maximize customer retention & lifetime value.

Holland added, "We are seeing mass adoption by retailers due to Bluecore's unique ability to connect customer and behavioral data with retailers' product catalogs in near real time."

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