Blueday is a leading Store Labor Productivity SaaS solution provider. We help retailers maximize the return on store labor—typically their largest expense item outside of merchandise. Blueday’s cloud-based software applies artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to empower store teams to meet and exceed their sales goals. At Blueday we firmly believe that people are a powerful sales asset, and that retail store sales are won or lost on the store/day level. By powering the sales productivity of store teams, Blueday helps retailers achieve sustained top-line growth.
The name Blueday originated with our clients. Our early results were so powerful that our customers told us that a “green day” wasn’t good enough to indicate how much better they were doing than plan. They needed a new term. They called it – Blueday.
Board of Directors
Graeme has spent the past 20 years applying advanced technology to solve critical retail business problems. He has held leadership positions with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, Demandware, and Oracle Retail and has been a key driver of several successful retail-focused start-ups. He helped found CQuotient a predictive intelligence company acquired by Demandware; was an early employee and leader at ProfitLogic which pioneered algorithmic modeling for retail and was acquired by Oracle; and a top executive at Allurent, a groundbreaking merchandising solution for online retailers. Early in his career, Graeme was Director of Digital Convergence for Borders Group Inc., helping link their internet and store channels to better serve their customers.
Graeme lives in the Boston area with his wife and four kids. He grew up in Canada which explains why he is polite, says certain words with a funny accent, and spends his spare time playing, coaching or watching hockey.
Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder, Blueday
Dave was a partner The Yacobian Group, where he co-led the development of the Blueday software solution and its early implementation as a white-label product for multi-national retailers.
Earlier in his career, Dave was an investor at Bain Capital where he worked closely with entrepreneurs to develop and implement growth strategies for their businesses. Prior to Bain, he was a consultant at McKinsey & Company in their manufacturing and logistics practice as well as an analyst in mergers and acquisitions at Goldman Sachs.
Like many people, Dave came to the Boston area for school and never left.
Partner, Radian Capital
Weston Gaddy is a Partner at Radian Capital, a growth equity firm focused on investing in leading capital efficient business-to-business software and services businesses.
Prior to co-founding Radian Capital, Weston was an investor in Bain Capital’s venture and growth equity fund. While at Bain Capital, Weston invested in SaaS, digital media and next generation commerce companies including Jet.com, Semantic Machines, Infusionsoft, Kenshoo, Persado, EcoSense, Manicube (acq. by Red Door), TapCommerce (acq. by Twitter), CQuotient (acq. by Demandware) and EDGAR Online (acq. by RR Donnelley). Weston also worked as a strategy consultant for media, financial service, and consumer product clients at Bain & Company and held operating roles at Persado, Greenlight Planet and WisdomTree Funds.
He lives in New York with his wife Gabby, his daughter Sasha and his Colombian rescue dog Pancho.
Tom served as CEO of Demandware, a leading ecommerce platform, from 2010 to 2017. Under his leadership, Demandware posted triple-digit year-over-year growth and raised $88M in a successful IPO. The company was acquired by Salesforce for $2.8B in 2016. Prior to Demandware, Tom was the CEO and Chairman of Lattice Engines, a provider of predictive marketing solutions. Ebling also served as CEO and Chairman of ProfitLogic, a retail enterprise solution that was acquired by Oracle in 2005 and became a foundational part of the Oracle Retail business unit.
Earlier in his career, Tom served as Chief Executive Officer of Torrent Systems, a data warehousing and analytics software provider. He held various leadership positions at Marcam Solutions, a software applications company. Tom holds a patent for inventions in software related to process manufacturing at Marcam Corporation.
Tom graduated magna cum laude from Williams College with a B.A. in Mathematics and attended Harvard Law School.
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