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$4B Roundy’s Supermarkets, Inc. selects Symphony EYC Customer Insights to build better customer relationships

Roundy’s Supermarkets is a leading Midwest grocer that operates 165 retail grocery stores and 113 pharmacies under the Pick ’n Save, Rainbow, Copps, Metro Market and Mariano’s retail banners, across Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Roundy’s has annual revenues of nearly $4 billion, and employs more than 21,000 workers. Roundy’s chose Symphony EYC…


Findly Appoints Samantha Loveland as Senior Vice President of Customer Success

Findly, the on-demand talent market leader and a Symphony Technology Group (STG) company, announced today that Samantha (Sam) Loveland has joined the company as senior vice president of Customer Success. In this role, Loveland is responsible for driving the adoption of Findly’s innovative products and solutions while overseeing strategic accounts. She works with Findly’s clients…


Symphony Teleca Bolsters Software Products and Platform (SPP) Division with Strategic New Hires

Symphony Teleca Corporation (STC), a global innovation and development services company, today announced two key additions to its Software Products and Platform (SPP) division: Udaykumar Nalinasekaran as Head of Global Delivery and Sunil Oberoi as SVP and Global Business Head for Retail, Brands and Omni-channel Commerce. “I am looking forward to helping Symphony Teleca to establish…


Symphony Advanced Media finds women using Twitter were more engaged with 2014 Oscars broadcast

The evening of March 2 was a big night for Hollywood’s brightest, but it also shed some important new light on women’s media behavior. That was of course Oscar night, and research performed by Symphony Advanced Media (SymphonyAM) found that not only was the broadcast the most Twitter-worthy event thus far for U.S. women in…


Simulation of the Hydroforming of Telescopic Optical Mirrors

By Shawn Wasserman To study the hydroforming of their optical mirrors, the Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille (LAM), a public institution and astrophysics lab from the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), turned to MSC Software’s Marc Nonlinear FEA analysis software. Free-formed mirrors allow for a shape more complex than traditional telescopic mirrors, such as…


CoreOne Technologies Selects Equinix to Support Asia-Pacific Expansion

CoreOne Technologies, the global leading provider of financial data aggregation, management and distribution solutions, today announced they have deployed with Equinix,Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX), in one of its International Business ExchangeTM (IBX®) data centers in Singapore (SG2). The deployment will enable CoreOne Technologies to offer its VistaOne information management and reporting platforms to its growing international customer base in…


Symphony Advanced Media Inks Technology Deal with TiVo Research

Partnership to Result in Industry’s Largest Single-Source, Passively Captured, Cross-Media Panel of Opt-In Participants New Insights on Media Consumption Across Screens Including Social Media Behavior   Symphony Advanced Media (SymphonyAM), the technology leader in passively captured cross-platform media measurement, is announcing today a new partnership with TiVo Research and Analytics, Inc. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of TiVo…


Almacenes Flamingo Selects Symphony EYC ENGAGE Loyalty Campaign Management Platform

Symphony EYC, a global leader in delivering ROI for retailers, manufacturers, and wholesalers using customer insights to drive execution, today announced that Medellin, Colombia-based Almacenes Flamingo, one of the largest retail chains in South America, has selected the Symphony EYC ENGAGE customer analytics and loyalty management platform. Symphony EYC services partner, LineaDatascan, which specializes in mobility, POS systems and development…


Social Media Buzz Builds TV shows

Can Twitter make a difference for advertising? Recent analysis from Symphony Advanced Media and Millward Brown Digital might make advertisers happy. It showed those watching TV in the traditional fashion are 17 percent likely to tune away during commercial breaks, as compared with 8 percent of viewers tweeting during the program. In addition, brand recall…