Symphony Commerce, an end-to-end Commerce as a Service platform, has been selected as a “2015 TiE50 Winner” for the prestigious TiE50 Technology Awards Program. Open to all technology start-ups worldwide, the TiE50 Technology Award winners were announced at the organization’s annual entrepreneurial conference, TiEcon.
After starting with a field of 2,716 companies worldwide. Symphony Commerce has emerged as one of these best-in-breed companies, showing that Symphony’s mission of democratizing commerce is the kind of innovation that can completely rewire the way commerce occurs in today’s multi-billion dollar market.
“… It is also worth mentioning that this is the only awards recognition in technology to be held by a large global non-profit organization with no fees. A team of about 60 highly accomplished domain experts, senior executives, accomplished and experiences venture capitalists, and tech entrepreneurs come together to form a screening and judging team” said Venktesh Shukla, President of TiE Silicon Valley.
Symphony’s first-class commerce experience affects all aspects of the commerce stack, from flexible web store integration to fulfillment capabilities that rival Amazon’s. For instance, Symphony’s device-agnostic approach to website design fits commerce brands of all models, and is a great example of how Symphony backs mid-market brands to compete fairly with the big names. With such a wide range of functionality that scales to the specific needs of a unique brand, the 2015 TiE50 Winner award affirms Symphony’s mission to level the playing field for all commerce brands.
“Being named TiE50’s Top Startup is a tremendous milestone for Symphony Commerce’s mission to democratize commerce. Recognition of Symphony Commerce as the industry leader in Commerce as a Service is always appreciated, but particularly from an organization as prestigious as TiE. We are grateful for the award and are looking forward to deepening our relationship with the TiE community in the years to come”
– Harish Abbott, Co-Founder & CEO, Symphony Commerce