LiquidHub, a customer engagement company, today announced its recognition as a leader by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) in their annual 2017 Global Outsourcing 100 (GO100) List.
The GO100 ranks 100 service providers from around the world. This is the second consecutive year that LiquidHub has been listed as one of the leading outsourcing service providers in operational excellence.
Each service provider is assessed and scored based on five distinct categories - Size and Growth; Customer References; Awards & Certifications; Programs for Innovation; and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). LiquidHub received additional distinction as the top company in customer references and programs for innovations.
"To be recognized by the IAOP for our global outsourcing models is an incredible honor, and it speaks to our continued success as a valued partner for our customers," said Jonathan Brassington, CEO and co-founder of LiquidHub. "This special recognition follows a year of fast growth and expansion into new markets. Our global delivery framework and empathetic approach allows our teams to deliver innovative and flexible solutions worldwide."
As technology continues to transform business functions, LiquidHub adds strategic value to clients by delivering integrated customer experience solutions across all channels.
"Buyers understand there are hundreds of qualified service providers and advisors out there, but what they really need to understand now is what makes each one exceptional," said IAOP CEO, Debi Hamill. "The Global Outsourcing 100 and World's Best Advisors lists have done just that. We are proud to recognize LiquidHub for being among the highest rated companies in customer references and programs for innovation."
Committed to enhancing the customer journey and delivering high-quality solutions and services, LiquidHub re-imagines engagement by creating compelling and innovative experiences. For more information, please visit www.liquidhub.com.
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