Medallia named Leaders in Report for Customer Feedback Management Platforms
Medallia, Inc. (NYSE: MDLA), the global leader in customer and employee experience, has been recognized as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Customer Feedback Management Platforms, Q2 2021.
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - Media OutReach - 9 June 2021 -The global report evaluated 12 service providers based on 33 criteria. Medallia was among the highest-scoring vendors in the strategy category, receiving the highest scores possible in execution and delivery on roadmap, product vision and strategy, enterprise strategy, partner strategy, and services strategy criteria.
Mr. Greg Philiotis, SVP, Head of International Industry Sales, Medallia, commented, "We will continue to do what we do best in customer and employee experience management – helping our clients engage meaningfully with stakeholders at all levels, using our proprietary and scalable software-as-a-service platform – Medallia Experience Cloud™."
Medallia Experience Cloud™ uniquely fuses human and machine learning to reveal the most relevant customer insights and makes them actionable to every role across an organization. By integrating opinions with operational data, companies are empowered to make smarter, more effective decisions.
Over the last seven years, Medallia's operations in APAC have grown significantly from a single market in Australia to five markets, including South Korea, which was established last year.
Mr. Kwanghak Kim, Country Manager of Korea, commented, "We are very focused on turning signals into actions that drive growth. We look forward to deepening partnerships with our growing customer base in Korea and working closely with them to fulfill the ever-evolving customer and employee expectations."
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