eGrowcery, developer of the leading retail food industry white-label eCommerce platform, was honored with the 2022 Business Expansion Award from Retail Insight Network, a leading website for news and procurement in the retail industry. The 2022 Excellence Awards celebrate the greatest achievements and innovations in the industry and provide a platform to recognize the people and companies that are driving change.
Business Expansion is one of the largest categories in the Retail Insight Network awards suite and looks at the core functions of business operations within the sector. This consists of any projects that have expanded the company’s footprint in the sector, including contract wins, launching in new territories; launching new product lines, improved logistics; partnerships, and significant staff increases.
The citation for the award reads: “eGrowcery is the winner of the Business Expansion category as it expanded its services allowing retailers to personalize their e-commerce solutions. The American e-commerce service can integrate with back-office and point-of-sale systems to allow retailers more flexibility in their pickup options. Rouses Markets has been one of the latest retailers to enter a partnership with the company.”
“We are truly honored to receive the prestigious 2022 Business Expansion Award. The team here at eGrowcery is particularly pleased we were recognized for our critical role in helping so many retailers successfully deploy and grow their digital shopping offering,” said Patrick Hughes, CEO of eGrowcery.
While eGrowcery was the winner for the Business Expansion category, the shortlist for the award, also included Edeka, Emplifi, Lowes Foods, Nordstrom, Solace, and TikTok. The other awards announced by Retail Insight Network are Diversity, Environmental, Financing, Innovation, Investments, M&A, Marketing, Product Launches, Research and Development, Safety and Social, and some of the other nominees were Asda, Getir, Gorillas, Ninjacart, Amazon, Sainsbury, 7-Eleven, Carrefour, Walmart, Apple, DoorDash, Instacart, Albertsons, Aldi, IKEA, Save Mart, Tesco, Wakefern Food Corp and Kroger.News Source: Food Industry Executive