Seattle startup Swiftly raises $15.6M, launches supermarket OS to help retailers battle Amazon

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Swiftly raised a $15.6 million seed round to help grocery stores and other retailers up their technology offerings to keep up with Amazon and Walmart.

The funding round coincides with the debut of what the Seattle startup calls an “operating system for brick and mortar stores.”

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