This May, Metis Communications will be nine years old – and it remains a company that has prided itself on a high ongoing referral rate. Like other successful companies, as a brand and presence is established, so does the word-of-mouth reputation, client service and results. Metis proves this ongoing commitment time and time again and, this month, it’s demonstrated from the five clients that we’ve brought in – all from client or industry referrals. Kicking up our global presence with an emerging company founded in Denmark in 2007, we brought on Trustpilot, which is an online review-driven community and platform that builds relationships between consumers and businesses. The company has a distinct worldwide presence and is active in 16 countries including Denmark, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and USA. In several European countries such as United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands, Trustpilot is among the 1000 most popular websites. Other highlighted new clients added to our B2B technology roster include:
Adgorithms’ artificial intelligence-based platform, called “Albert,” leverages predictive programmatic media buying and real-time bidding (RTB) technology to create, launch and run advertising campaigns.
Attend.com helps event organizers plan and produce better events for higher education institutions, non-profits, small to medium sized businesses and enterprises, including BMW, United Way, Dalhousie University, Northeastern University and the University of Virginia. The company is backed by .406 Ventures and is locally headquartered with us in Boston.
Exabeam is in stealth mode and building a new kind of security analytics technology to help enterprises detect modern cyber threats. It analyzes the behavior of machines and users in an IT environment to identify ongoing attacks and rank security incidents.
TSC Advantage is an enterprise risk consultancy specializing in the protection of trade secrets, intellectual property and other sensitive information. It focuses on the six critical domains of an organization: insider threats, mobility, physical security, internal business operations, data security and external business operations.