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The National Retail Federation Adds DSYNC to Its List of Top Technology Startups for 2016


Shell Cove, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/18/2015 -- According to figures from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Australia has around 40 per cent fewer young entrepreneurs than the United States.

Those are fairly bleak statistics that the Australian governments' department of employment would probably like to keep quiet.

The figures don't worry DSYNC though – an Australian Technology company who were recently included in The National Retail Federation's list of top 24 leading technology startups.

In fact, the Startup loves to read those kinds of headline figures – especially when the company continues to attract interest and attention for the work they are doing.

We spoke with Simon Church, DSYNC Chief Operating Officer, about the recent announcement and asked him why he believed the company had been included in the list.

"DSYNC is a unique solution as well as a unique and innovative company" Simon told us. "The software we've developed provides rapid, secure and unparalleled data synchronization. We believe it has the capacity to revolutionize the market for low cost integration of data"

That's a bold claim but one that seems to have some substance behind it.

"For the first time, you can now connect any system with any system." Church told us.

The software and the company have impressed the The National Retail Federation, that's for sure.

Inclusion in the NRF's list of Top 24 Technology Startups means an invitation to the 2016 Retail Show - due to be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, and a place on the National Retail Federations' LaunchPad Program.

"We're delighted to be included in the show" Church told us, "It's an opportunity to meet other top performing technology startups and see where we are as an Australian company competing on a global playing field."

The LaunchPad Program will run from the 17th to 20th January 2016. If all goes to plan it could be the perfect platform to launch DSYNC on a global scale.

DSYNC is a small, Australian-based company and is the brain-child of Martin Novak and Simon Church.

Contact person: Simon Church
Address: Shell Cove, NSW 2529 Australia