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Under30CEO Names Capillary Technologies one of the Top 10 Companies to Kill it in 2013

SAN FRANCISCO, February 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Under30CEO, a leading media property for entrepreneurs, has named Capillary Technologies as one of the top 10 companies to 'Kill it in the year 2013'.  Capillary is a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions that enable businesses to intelligently engage with their customers through mobile, social and in-store channels. Under30CEO identifies businesses that create innovative software and advocate change and has named Capillary a leader for weaving cloud, mobile, social, local and big data technologies into a leading SaaS platform for retailers and other consumer-facing enterprises.

"At Capillary, our mission is to help our customers put the right offer for the right product in front of the right customer at the right time…through the right channel," said Aneesh Reddy, co-founder & Chief Executive Officer, Capillary Technologies. "We are thrilled to be recognized as a leader in the customer engagement category by Under30CEO as it demonstrates that we are on the right track in our journey of bringing tangible results to our global client base in the form of increased sales and near-immediate return on investment."

Capillary's Intelligent Customer Engagement™ suite integrates everything that leading retailers require to engage with their customers, weaving social and mobile experiences into virtually any point of sale device, from legacy terminals to the latest POS devices and mobile tablets. The Intelligent Customer Engagement suite offers real-time, high quality data capture, actionable analytics, targeted cross-sell solutions, and instant shopper gratification to generate significant ROI within weeks of implementation.

"Capillary's global experience and inherent advantages with our cloud-based solutions brings a tremendous opportunity for our clients to tap into best practices not available before from one single provider.  Efficiencies that result in massive top-line impact for the savvy retailer is what we're all about," say Jeff Merkel, Sr. Director - Business Development for the Americas. With over 140 leading clients like Pizza Hut, Puma, Jack Wills, Marks & Spencer, Benetton, Store21 and Nokia, Capillary currently powers 10,000+ stores and manages in-store experiences for over 50 million consumers worldwide.

In 2012, Capillary experienced dramatic sales and customer growth and is poised for even faster growth in 2013. Under30CEO evaluated hundreds of companies on their ability to make a difference in the world through their out-of-the-box ideas, next-gen technology and their potential to grow into a global giant, and recognized Capillary to be on the forefront of new, innovative businesses.

About Capillary Technologies

Capillary's cloud-based platform powers end-to-end Intelligent Customer Engagement, Clienteling, Loyalty and Social CRM solutions for more than 140 major brands across 10,000 stores bringing instant shopper gratification to over 50 million consumers across the United Kingdom, India, the United States, the Middle East, South Africa, South East Asia and Greater China. Capillary's customers include industry leaders such as Pizza Hut, Puma, Jack Wills, Marks & Spencer, Benetton, Store21 and Nokia. The company is the recipient of numerous awards and was most recently named to the Red Herring Asia Top 100 Companies of 2012. Capillary is backed by prominent venture capital investors including Sequoia Capital, Norwest Venture Partners and Qualcomm Ventures. Visit http://www.capillarytech.com for more details.

Abhishek Bajaj, [email protected], +1-650-521-9920


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