Revenues at Intouch Insight continued to climb steadily as the Ottawa firm reported initial income from its new customer experience platform on Tuesday
Intouch Insights Ltd.
An Ottawa SaaS firm has secured a listing on a U.S. exchange in an attempt to capitalize on its already strong presence south of the border
Intouch makes subscription-based software that uses artificial intelligence to help retailers and other business track how well they’re interacting with their customers.
Ottawa tech firm develops customer experience software for the likes of General Motors and the Beer Store.
Revenues up 9% to $3.6M
After hiring 40 new employees and raising $3.5 million to develop a new product, Intouch Insight's CEO says the company is ready to cash in on its investment.
The firm said it’s investing in new products that it believes will lead to higher recurring revenues in the future.
CEO says Canada Post deal is a big win for his company because of the large number of licences the Crown corporation will be purchasing.
CEO says the firm will enter the customer experience management market in 2018.
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