, the AIM listed software development company, on Monday announced it secured a 3-year commercial agreement with Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions (UK).
The agreement is for Dev Clever’s gamification platform “Engage” and its learning and development platform “LaunchPad for Employers”, to be offered to Toshiba’s retail customers.
The platforms are to be offered exclusively by Toshiba’s national sales teams as part of their managed professional services.
Dev Clever said it provided a “direct route to market across the national UK retail sector”.
Shares in Dev Clever were trading 9.7% higher at 3.675p on Monday
Dev Clever’s “Engage” platform uses gamification to enable brands and retailers to incentivise consumers actions, and the “LaunchPad for Employers” is an internal learning and development, training and communications platform for employees.
Chris Jeffries CEO Dev Clever said: “This is an exciting commercial relationship with a world leader in retail technology that provides Dev Clever with a clear, exclusive and direct route to market into some of the biggest names in the UK retail sector and potentially beyond.”
Dev Clever also placed £435,599 worth of shares to advance its expansion strategy on Monday.
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