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Skava Selected as a Strong Performer in Forrester Wave(TM): Mobile Commerce Solution Providers, Q4 2013 Report

Skava Identified as a Top Performer in Mobile Commerce Innovation in Key Industry Report

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/14 -- Skava, the leading provider of mobile, tablet and in-store technologies to more than 25% of the Top 30 online retailers in America, has been selected as a "strong performer" in a ranking of mobile commerce solution vendors in the December 2013 Forrester Wave™ Mobile Commerce Solution Providers report. The Forrester Wave considered the vendor's current offering, strategy, and market presence in determining vendor ranking, identifying four core competency traits exhibited by top-tier innovators in mobile commerce. These are "an obsession with and deep expertise in mobile commerce trends and metrics, a continually evolving common platform on which they support their clients, rapid adoption of new device characteristics, and a portfolio of prebuilt commerce modules."

"It is a sign of our continuing momentum that Forrester, the leading analyst firm in the mobile commerce field, has identified Skava as a top performer in our field," said Arish Ali, Skava co-founder and CEO. "Mobile commerce sales are growing at an astonishing rate, so at Skava we constantly offer new innovative tools and solutions to our clients to cope with the ever changing mobile landscape and grow their bottom line."

The Forrester Wave: Mobile Commerce Solution Providers, Q4 2013 report functions to help companies that provide mobile commerce solutions determine their current success relative to competitors, and potential clients decide which of these companies to use to meet their business' needs for mobile commerce growth. Forrester Wave's 75-factor evaluation of mobile commerce solution providers yielded 10 market leaders, including Skava. This analysis shows that Skava is a vendor on the "leading edge of mobile commerce innovation."

According to the Forrester Wave report, Skava's strength lies in its successful operation within its target market of top-tier retailers, acting as a strategic partner for these companies by utilizing its "deep experience in developing in-store clienteling solutions, as well as desktop-based micro sites, project configurators, and social tools." SkavaSTUDIO™, the company's new experience management platform, provides their clients with the flexibility to develop high quality mobile user experiences quickly and of high quality while saving money that would ordinarily be sunk into an enterprise web content management platform.

Skava's customers include 25% of the Top 30 online retailers, such as Macy's, Bloomingdale's, GAP, Toys R Us, Sears, Staples, Kohl's, and Harry & David. Several of these clients have already adopted SkavaSTUDIO™.

About Skava:
Skava is a leading provider of next-generation multi-channel e-commerce solutions to retailers. The SkavaONE™ "Omni-Commerce" platform allows retailers to create mobile websites and apps, tablet websites and apps, interactive digital catalogs, in-store kiosk applications, and social commerce offerings from one integrated platform. The SkavaONE platform works along with the retailer's existing e-commerce platform and helps the retailer extend the online shopping experience to all of these other customer "touchpoints" through customized and unique user experiences. Skava is recognized in the industry for providing a flexible and advanced platform which is able to adapt to the most complex e-commerce requirements. Skava's customers include 25% of the Top 30 online retailers.

For more press and customer information contact:

Danielle McCormick
Senior Director of Marketing
Skava
Email Contact
(415) 233-5974

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