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Big insights from small data: e-Commerce luminary Parag Mamnani riffs on sales channels, KPIs, and why sellers should go small

Posted: February 12, 2016 at 5:27 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Parag Mamnani

Parag Mamnani, Founder and CEO of Webgility, which is the leading multi-channel e-commerce solutions company joins eCommerce Radio to discuss big insights from small data, riffs on sales channels, KPIs, and why sellers should go small.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Parag Mamnani discuss the following:

  • Tell us about Webgility. What do you do and why?
  • What does an average e-commerce businesses need to compete with the likes of Amazon?
  • Tell us about Highlight.
  • Why is small data as important as big data?
  • How does Highlight bring all data together?

Parag’s passion for technology comes from hands-on experience in design, development, and marketing of business software. He has led cross-functional teams to deliver software solutions for thousands of e-commerce companies. Parag’s e-commerce expertise, innate leadership skills, and scary-smart business savvy drive Webgility’s growth.

Parag began his entrepreneurial journey while pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Arizona State University. As a Partner and Head of Technology at the web development startup Gate6, Parag helped grow the company into one of top 5 interactive agencies in Arizona.

Parag then joined as Product Management Lead and Evangelist for Amazon WebStore, where he launched the WebStore Developer program and managed Amazon’s largest customer accounts, generating millions in revenue.

Now leading the Webgility software solutions company through tremendous growth and development, Parag believes that most business challenges can be solved by looking closely at data. He loves numbers and gets the same rush from looking at a spreadsheet as he does from finding the perfect hot sauce pairing for his lunch.



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Twitter: @webgility

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