Tryzens debuts in Econsultancy Top 100 Digital Agencies list
Tryzens gains positive momentum, ranking as the 4th fastest-growing company in the Design & Build category
Tryzens, eCommerce systems integrator, has participated in the Econsultancy 100 Digital Agencies 2018 list for the first time, debuting as the 4th fastest growing, and 20th overall, in the design & build agency category. It was also ranked 79th in the overall rankings across all categories.
The Top 100 Digital Agencies Report lists the UK’s top 100 digital marketing, design and build, technical and creative agencies. Agencies are ranked on their fee income from digital activities in the UK. The report itself is split into five subcategories: Design & Build, Full Service & Marketing, Technical, Creative and Media.
Over the past year Tryzens has expanded as a result of a number of new client wins such as Whittard, Liberty London and Jurlique, as well as its continued expansion into the ANZ market. Indeed Tryzens is one of only a handful of companies in the list that has a footprint in Australia. These efforts have seen Tryzens’ fee income increase by 27% over the last financial year, earning it the position of the 4th fastest-growing Design & Build company in the list, and the 24th fastest-growing company overall.
““We are delighted to have debuted in Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies List this year, not least to see the business ranked as the 4th fastest growing company in the Design and Build category.”
Andy Burton, CEO of Tryzens stated: “We are delighted to have debuted in Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies List this year, not least to see the business ranked as the 4th fastest growing company in the Design and Build category. It is great to see that the work we are doing for our clients is being recognised. With ecommerce dominating growth, this is a clear indication that retailers are continuing to invest in platforms that engage with consumers and improve customer journey.
“Here at Tryzens, we pride ourselves on delivering tangible results, increasing sales, conversions and providing real value for our clients. Especially in the current climate, it is key for Brands and retailers to be equipped with tools that ensure a cohesive omnichannel strategy that enables consumers to have an engaging and integrated experience whether in-store or online across all channels and the spectrum of devices. We help our clients realise sales by helping them recognise their customer as a unique individual regardless of how and where they shop, as well as provide a seamless view of products and inventory to maximise the opportunity for a sale. In doing so, we expect to see more and more Brands and retailers continue this journey to become a fully integrated digitally enabled business that dominate both domestic and international markets, and we will be there to guide them through it,” concluded Burton.