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Speedeon Data Named a Cleveland Technology Award Winner Two Years in a Row

Posted by Jim Iott on Mar 22, 2018 1:03:00 PM

 

Cleveland, OH March 22, 2018-- Speedeon Data, a leading data solutions provider and database marketing company, was recognized today at the second annual Cleveland Tech Awards Conference.

 The Cleveland Tech Awards, which is sponsored by Smart Business Magazine, recognizes Northeast Ohio organizations that develop or implement impactful technology. Speedeon Data was honored as a top company that uses and implements technology to improve processes, reduce costs, and gain efficiencies. The company was recognized for its ability to extensively utilize technology both externally and internally in the development and delivery of its wide-range of innovative data solutions to support its growing portfolio of marquis clients.

“It’s a thrill and an honor to be recognized two years in a row as one of the top technology companies in the area,” remarks Gerard Daher, Speedeon Data President and CEO and member of the Cleveland Tech Awards Host Committee, “This award reflects our constant pursuit of data-driven quality and service for both our clients and our employees.”

 

About Speedeon Data:

Since 2008, Speedeon Data has been enabling leading brands to achieve remarkable success through data-driven insight, impactful customer engagement, and measurable omni-channel marketing deployment. Through its robust data management platform, Speedeon Data enables clients to maximize their return on marketing investment by utilizing the highest quality lifestyle, life stage and customer identity data in the development of innovative solutions, including data enhancement, advanced data segmentation and predictive modeling, digital and other direct marketing deployment strategies. For more information, please visit speedeondata.com

 

About the Cleveland Technology Awards:

The Cleveland Technology Awards recognizes Northeast Ohio organizations that develop and implement impactful technology. Eligible nominees must have a physical location in the 14-county region of Northeast Ohio. Nominees were considered for one of three categories: Established Developers and Tech Firms, Startup Tech Firms, and Implementers and Users.