June 24, 2021
Recent reports show COVID has been a boon for homeowners looking to remodel and start new projects that would help them enjoy their homes more. As more people sought out cookware, bakeware, small appliances, gadgets and storage, and organization, Kitchen Stuff Plus doubled down on internal communications to ensure its end customers received the highest quality experience.
Zipline helped the company improve its day-to-day operations by ensuring employees instantaneously received the information needed to be successful and provide a positive in-store and online shopping experience. In doing so, Kitchen Stuff Plus created more engaging on-brand communications that fine-tuned back-end operations, reducing the cost, time, and stress associated with duplicating tasks.
The Stevie® Awards
Zipline CEO and Co-Founder, Melissa Wong, named a finalist for two Stevie® Award categories for Women in Business
Zipline, the all-in-one store operations platform for retail brands, announced its inclusion in both the Gartner® Hype Cycle™ for Frontline Worker Technologies and Digital Workplace Applications
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Zipline Appears on the Inc. 5000 For the Second Consecutive Year As One of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies ￼
2022 Top Women in Retail Tech are Powered by Zipline
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