Are you tired of hearing about why Invoca is the best call tracking and analytics platform around? Of course not, because awards are awesome! What’s even more awesome is when feedback from your customers is what gets you an award, and that’s just what happened here. Invoca has been named Best in Category and a Market Leader in the Call Tracking & Analytics Software category for the Spring 2019 Customer Success Report by FeaturedCustomers.

Click here to download 2019 Spring Call Tracking and Analytics Report

We’re hyper-focused on the success of our customers at Invoca, so recognition like this and market-leading recognition from others like G2 Crowd validate this commitment. FeaturedCustomers evaluated all the potential call tracking and analytics software companies on its platform for possible inclusion in the report. The Market Leader designation is awarded to vendors with a substantial customer base and market share and enough customer success content to validate their vision. Invoca is recognized for being highly rated by its customers and for high-quality vendor-produced customer success content.

FeaturedCustomers’ Customer Success Report is based on the curation of authenticated case studies, testimonials, and reviews from across the web, telling a complete story of vendors in the call tracking and analytics software space through real customer experiences. Scores are determined by multiple factors including the number of total reviews, customer success content, social media presence, and vendor momentum based on web traffic and search trends.

But don’t worry, all these awards won’t change us. Well, we might have to get a bigger trophy case, but our commitment to our customers, employees, and driving innovation in call tracking and analytics remains the same.

Want to see how Invoca is helping brands and agencies drive more marketing revenue? Check out some case studies here.

Owen Ray

Posted by Owen Ray

Owen Ray is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at Invoca. Prior to that, he worked with SaaS companies like Aria Systems, Glassdoor, and Mindjet. Owen sharpened his writing tools at San Francisco State University and Bay Area newspapers before working his way into the Silicon Valley creative services set. He hails from Santa Rosa, California and definitely does not leave work early on Wednesdays to go drag racing at Sonoma Raceway.