Taiga’s founders, John Oakley, Greg Oakley, Matt Gattiker, and Bill Ivers, Jr. are ecstatic to receive this award and attribute it to great teamwork and market focus.
CINCINNATI (PRWEB) July 13, 2020
Taiga Data, a SaaS platform for delivering practical business intelligence to convenience store operators, has won an Innovation & Technology Award for Most Promising Startup.
The Cincinnati Business Courier’s annual awards focuses on 9 categories and recognizes companies that are transforming how we use technology while introducing innovative products and services in Greater Cincinnati.
Taiga is off to a strong start in 2020 by closing out a seed round, making key hires, and continuing to gain traction in the convenience store retail market.
Taiga’s founders, John Oakley, Greg Oakley, Matt Gattiker, and Bill Ivers, Jr. are ecstatic to receive this award and attribute it to great teamwork and market focus. The four are extremely experienced when it comes to startup success, having a previous exit sale of Clubessential in 2016. “We wanted to get the band back together and make a significant impact to improve analytics in the convenience store market,” says Taiga’s CEO, John Oakley.
Taiga provides a unique, real-time suite of software-as-a-service products designed to meet the ever changing needs of independent convenience store operators. Taiga delivers actionable insights for C-Store operators in the areas of remote operations, outlier management, conversion tracking, category management, store expansion, and competitive fuel pricing.
Taiga is in HCDC’s nationally recognized business incubation program and active in the Cincinnati startup community.