Tryzens climbs the top 100

Tryzens climbs the ranks in the Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies 2019 following 2018 debut

Digital commerce consultancy hits Top 100 for second year in a row following significant growth and international expansion over past 12 months

We are very excited to announce that we have been ranked 15th in the Design and Build category and 70th overall in the Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies list. Our consistent and rapid growth over the last 12 months has seen it climb 9 places in the overall rankings, and 5 places in its category.

The Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies Report lists the UK’s best digital marketing, design and build, technical and creative agencies. Agencies are ranked on their fee income from digital activities in the UK.

The past year has seen rapid growth for us, with a number of new client wins and technology partnerships. This year alone we have worked with Christopher Ward, Annoushka and Chi Chi London to deliver market-leading eCommerce platforms that enhance the customer experience and drive sales, as well as working with technologies of innovators such as Laybuy, Klarna and Zipmoney to provide technology integrations.

Andy Burton, CEO of Tryzens stated:

“It’s fantastic to see that our efforts and achievements over the past year acknowledged in such a prestigious report, we are delighted to have been ranked as one of the UK’s top 100 digital agencies for the second year in a row. Our continued success over the past 12 months is clear evidence that retailers recognise how the very best digital commerce platforms are crucial to providing a rich and engaging customer experience. With our collaborative approach to working, understanding our clients and their customers, we have been able to build deep relationships with the retailers we work with and offer them ongoing trade and optimisation services.

“We pride ourselves on delivering tangible results, increasing sales, conversions and providing real value for our clients. As the retail market becomes ever more competitive, it is critical for brands and retailers to have a comprehensive omnichannel strategy that offers consumers an integrated experience, whether in-store or online. We enable our clients to offer a unique, personalised customer journey, across all channels and devices, using data and analytics to serve targeted product recommendations and offers to boost sales and conversions. As more and more retailers adopt this approach to customer engagement, we are already looking towards the next generation of retail technology, such as voice and visual search and social selling, to help further optimise and enhance the customer experience,”

concluded Burton.

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