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GrocerKey Raises Funds to Enhance Digital Capabilities

The e-commerce platform GrocerKey Inc. has secured $2.4 million from 18 private investors in a recent equity round, bringing its total funds raised from investors to $9.5 million

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Inc. Magazine Unveils Its First-Ever List of the Midwest’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

“We’re honored to have GrocerKey listed among so many highly successful fellow Midwest startups and small businesses,” says GrocerKey Founder & CEO Jeremy Neren. “This is a testament to the hard work and sacrifice of our team in addition to the opportunity provided to us by our customers and partners.”


People need food: Why Madison’s GrocerKey thrives during coronavirus

Sometime in early March, work became an endless stream of Zoom conference calls, shopping became panic buying, and the constant flood of Covid-19 news reports gave way to health concerns and economic anxiety. The long stretch of socially-distant days blended from one into the next, making two months feel like a lifetime.

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A period of hypergrowth

Madison-based GrocerKey, which provides e-commerce software and service for grocery stores, is expanding rapidly. “We’re in a period of hypergrowth,” GrocerKey founder and CEO Jeremy Neren said.

“I don’t think it’s sufficient in the grocery industry to simply license technology to a retailer,” Neren said. “I think they need help beyond that, and we’re well positioned to provide that guidance.”
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Grocery retailers waive DoorDash delivery fees for older customers. Over 2,000 stores to participate to help people most vulnerable to COVID-19

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Online grocery shopping is the fastest-growing sector in U.S. retail, and a Madison-based startup is along for the ride. GrocerKey provides brick-and-mortar grocery retailers an e-commerce platform that integrates with stores’ existing merchandising, loyalty and point-of-sale technologies.


With Amazon, Kroger, and other large retailers in the grocery business introducing digital technology, such as mobile self-checkout, how do smaller regional grocers compete? The answer could be in white-label technology platforms provided by companies such as GrocerKey…


To make sure regional grocers don’t miss out on today’s technology innovations, a Madison startup is giving them the e-commerce tools they need to let customers shop for groceries on any device, and get items sent right to their home.

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