NewVoiceMedia has been awarded Corporate Vision’s 2016 Technology Innovator Award for its ContactWorld solution.
NewVoiceMedia’s technology was named Best Cloud Communications Platform by the monthly magazine which is dedicated to all aspects of the corporate landscape. The vendor’s customer contact platform revolutionises the way organisations connect with their customers and prospects worldwide, enabling them to deliver a personalised and unique customer service experience and drive a more effective sales team. With seamless Salesforce integration, a true cloud environment and proven 99.999% platform availability, NewVoiceMedia ensures complete flexibility, scalability and reliability.
The 2016 Technology Innovator Awards highlight the businesses behind the most ground-breaking developments in technology. The prestigious awards process shines the spotlight on those cutting-edge individuals, departments and firms who, through their commitment, experience and willingness to explore and take advantages of the opportunities presented, are developing and sharing the technology that will continue to enhance and fundamentally alter the business world for the better for many years to come.
NewVoiceMedia’s award closely follows its announcement that it increased its customer base by over 50 percent and grew its international new business by 140 percent in FY 2016. The company now serves more than 600 customers spanning 128 countries and 6 continents, including MobileIron, Siemens, RAC, Canadian Cancer Society, Vax, Quintessentially and Wowcher.
“We are delighted that ContactWorld has been named Best Cloud Communications Platform by Corporate Vision’s Technology Innovator Awards,” comments Jonathan Gale, NewVoiceMedia CEO.
“Our true cloud customer contact technology is transforming the experiences that sales and service professionals offer their customers and prospects, ensuring every interaction is unique and personalised. This award is further testament that our solutions really are best-in-class and we’re really pleased to have been formally recognised.”