DimeTyd Appoints Veteran Exec as New Strategic Adviser

As an adviser to DimeTyd, Goldberg leverages her experience in consumer electronics, travel gear, and other consumer products to help clients and partners enhance their profitability through DimeTyd's advanced software, the company said.

McKinney-based DimeTyd has appointed Eden Goldberg as a new strategic adviser to the fully automated FinOps platform for 1P Amazon vendors and part of Threecolts, a comprehensive cloud business suite for Amazon businesses.

Goldberg brings more than 25 years of experience in sales, marketing, and brand development to DimeTyd.

“Eden Goldberg’s extensive experience and remarkable track record in driving revenue and brand development make her an invaluable addition to our team,” CEO Rohan Thambrahalli said in a statement. “Eden’s career journey showcases her adaptability and strategic acumen, and we are thrilled to welcome her as a strategic business advisor. I believe her insights and wealth of industry partners will play a crucial role in advancing our growth and success.”

DimeTyd said that before she founded her consulting venture, The Concord Shop, Goldberg served as the head of strategic marketing and brand development at WHSmith North America, a leading global travel retailer with over 1,700 stores across 30 countries worldwide.

The Concord Shop focuses on consumer brands, retail development, and corporate event planning and while there, Goldberg led the development of consumer categories, brand partnerships, and revenue strategies. She also serves on the Board of Industry Leaders for the Consumer Technology Association, the trade association representing the $505 billion U.S. consumer technology industry and renowned for its yearly Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

Enhancing profitability

The company said that as an adviser to DimeTyd, Goldberg leverages her experience in consumer electronics, travel gear, and other consumer products to help clients and partners enhance their profitability through DimeTyd’s advanced software.

“What excites me about DimeTyd is its alignment with my professional philosophy of fostering connections between people and companies for mutual benefit,” Goldberg said in a statement. “I see DimeTyd as an advanced platform that can support consumer brands in increasing profitability and strategic revenue to double down on innovation within their brand.”

DimeTyd said its platform is an advanced 100% automated, logic-based engine that offers vendors seamless recuperation of profit leakage based on Amazon accounting errors. The platform conducts an audit of lost revenues dating back up to five years and seamlessly processes millions of data points to recoup funds to vendors.

Once audited and reconciled, DimeTyd said it makes course corrections on recurring issues, enabling vendors to maximize all future profitability in the marketplace.

Threecolts is the most comprehensive cloud business suite for Amazon businesses, the company said, adding that tens of thousands of customers—including the fastest-growing startups, Fortune 500 enterprises, and leading e-commerce agencies—are using Threecolts to grow faster, lower costs, and become more agile.

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