DialogTech Named One of Chicago’s Top 100 Digital Companies by Built In Chicago
CHICAGO – November 3, 2014 – DialogTech, provider of the leading voice-based marketing automation platform for optimizing revenue generation through call analytics and automation, today announced it has been named as one of the Top 100 Digital Technology Companies in Chicago by Built In Chicago for the third straight year. The list represents the fastest-growing digital technology companies based on their number of Chicago employees.
“We are honored to be on Built In Chicago’s Top 100 list for a third year and ranked alongside such impressive companies,” said Irv Shapiro, CEO of DialogTech. “It’s an exciting time to be a tech company in Chicago. There’s a strong community of committed and innovative thinkers, and we’re thrilled to be one of the leaders.”
DialogTech has defined the voice-based marketing automation space and grown not only through the addition of Chicago-based talent and office expansion, but also through the recent acquisition of Cleveland-based Mongoose Metrics. DialogTech’s Voice360™ platform, which helps businesses connect, measure, and optimize sales and service calls, now serves over 5,000 customers and has processed over one billion minutes of voice engagements.
“We’ve dedicated ourselves to being leaders in the voice-based marketing automation space,” said Shapiro. “And this ranking validates our commitment to growing our company and providing even more value to our customers.”
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who presented the list with Built In Chicago, stated, “The diversity of digital technology companies on the Top 100 is a testament to the depth of talent in our workforce and the vitality of the City’s tech economy. In 2014, Chicago saw a 40% increase in the number of digital companies and 23% growth in the number of peopled employed by digital companies.”
“Chicago has nearly doubled the number of jobs in technology in the last three years,” said Mayor Emanuel. “And it is companies like these that are critical to continuing that growth and helping to achieve our goal of doubling the City’s tech workforce in the next decade.”