OTTAWA, Canada June 27, 2018 – Intouch Insight Ltd. (“Intouch”) (TSXV: INX), a leader in customer experience management (CEM) solutions, today announced it has been named one of Canada’s top companies in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry by the Branham Group.
Now in its 25th year, the Branham300 Top 250 list is the definitive listing of Canada’s top publicly traded and privately held ICT companies, as ranked by revenues.
Intouch, which announced a 97% customer retention rate earlier this year, was ranked #155 on this year’s list, moving up from #165 last year. This is the 9th consecutive year that Intouch has been included on the Branham Group’s list.
About Intouch Insight
Intouch Insight offers a complete portfolio of customer experience management (CEM) products and services that help global brands delight their customers, strengthen brand reputation and improve financial performance. Intouch helps clients collect and centralize data from multiple customer touch points, gives them actionable, real-time insights, and provides them with the tools to continuously improve customer experience. Founded in 1992, Intouch is trusted by over 300 of North America’s most-loved brands for their customer experience management, customer survey, mystery shopping, mobile forms, operational and compliance audits, and event marketing automation solutions. For more information, visit intouchinsight.com.
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