MIAMI, Jan. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- goTRG, a leader in Omni-Channel, reverse logistics and supply chain solutions, has been nominated for a 2018 Edison Award in the applied technology category. The awards program recognizes business leaders and companies that are creating a positive impact on the world through innovation.
"We are so proud to have been recognized as a global innovator by the Edison Awards," said Sender Shamiss, CEO of goTRG, formerly The Recon Group. "The organization is guided by the impressive legacy and vision of Thomas Edison. At goTRG, we salute any and all efforts to acknowledge high-tech innovation and are excited to be included in such an illustrious group of honorees."
Since its founding in 1987, the Edison Awards program has been one of the most prestigious accolades an innovative company could achieve in the technology marketplace. By continually recognizing and honoring excellence in product and service development, these awards have played a significant role in advancing innovation across all industries.
goTRG is proud to take its rightful place as an innovator in the area of tech-driven market-changing logistics solutions. goTRG's R1 solution integrates all Omni-Channel and supply chain workflows into a single, cloud-based platform with unparalleled control. This is a true end-to-end solution.
"R1 drives complex data gathering, and deep learning analytics resulting in the highest sell-through and net margins for every touch, movement, sort and pricing decision," Sender said.
Semi-finalists for the 2018 Edison Awards are expected to be announced by mid-February. Winners will be presented at a gala in New York, NY on April 11, 2018.
goTRG is a leader in the implementation and execution of Omni-Channel and Supply Chain solutions. Our innovative R1 technology powers every touch, movement and decision for the world's largest companies resulting in superior net margins, controls and sell-through.
A fully managed goTRG solution delivers the smartest choices for every touch, movement and price decision for some of the world's largest companies while reducing their environmental footprint.