Pacvue Named 2022 Sammys Award Winner for Organization of the Year
Award win highlights Pacvue’s industry-leading eCommerce optimization solutions, ongoing success and innovative leadership
Pacvue, an enterprise-grade marketplace advertising, sales and intelligence platform, today announced that the company has been named 2022 Organization of the Year by the Business Intelligence Group’s Sales and Marketing Technology Award program, also known as ‘The Sammys.’ The Sammys honor organizations and products helping to solve the challenges organizations have connecting and collaborating with prospects and customers.
Pacvue’s win of this award directly resulted from their market-leading eCommerce solutions that drive customer centricity forward. Built by industry experts, Pacvue’s suite of optimization solutions allows key stakeholders to make impactful and more intelligent business moves. The company was acquired in October of 2021 by Assembly, the leading eCommerce growth platform.
Pacvue was one of the first to join the Amazon Advertising retail network in 2017 and now serves over 30 sales channels. The company recently launched Pacvue Commerce, enabling customers to get the benefits of both best-in-class marketplace sales and retail media intelligence, all on the same platform.
“We’re elated to have received another award for our eCommerce and retail intelligence solutions that have been game changers for top retailers, including Kroger. This award win is a direct result of the many hours the team has spent on developing a solution that our retail and enterprise partners can trust to make impactful decisions to improve their eCommerce sales on a daily basis,” said Melissa Burdick, co-founder and president of Pacvue. “We look forward to continuing to build on the momentum we’ve achieved to date to provide our customers with the optimization tools they need to win in eCommerce.”
“We are proud to reward and recognize Pacvue for their innovation and dedication to helping both the organization using their technology and the ultimate consumer,” said Maria Jimenez, chief nominations officer, Business Intelligence Group. “It was clear to our judges that their efforts will improve how we all connect with the brands we love for years to come.”