March 2, 2021
When I first wrote about Retail Zipline in 2019, the startup was focused on building a communication platform that would help corporate decision-makers in retail communicate with individual stores. As you’d probably guess, the startup saw some changes in 2020.
“When COVID first hit, you might think a company that’s primarily focused on retail would be in trouble,” said co-founder and CTO Jeremy Baker. “But it turns out that a product that helps retailers communicate critical information when everything is changing is no longer a nice to have.”
In other words, where Retail Zipline might previously have been used for coordinating sales and promotions, it suddenly became a channel for managing things like health and safety protocols and communicating about furloughs and closures.
Retail Technology Innovation Hub (RTIH)
Zipline and TravisMathew Shortlisted for the 2023 RTIH Innovation Awards
RIS (Retail Info Systems)
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Zipline More Than Doubles Badges Earned for G2’s Fall Report for Operational Excellence Platform
Zipline Recognized as a Sample Vendor in the Gartner® Hype Cycle™ for Hybrid Work, 2023
Rothy’s Adopts Zipline to Streamline Communication and Empower All Customer-Facing Teams