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Content Guru named in 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Contact Center as a Service

Content Guru has been named in the Challenger quadrant of the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS), which recognizes various global providers of Cloud Contact Center Technology. Gartner, Inc. delivers actionable, objective insight to executives and their teams, and made this assessment following an in-depth analysis of various vendors including Content Guru.

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Since the launch 15 years ago of its multi-award-winning CCaaS solution, storm CONTACT, Content Guru has established itself as the foremost provider of high-scale mission-critical cloud contact centers. It is relied upon by large enterprises across multiple sectors, including financial services, healthcare, retail, travel, utilities and government.

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Sean Taylor, CEO of Content Guru, commented: “COVID-19 has rapidly accelerated organizations’ adoption of cloud technologies and the CCaaS marketplace has become a hotly contested area. With hundreds of suppliers, it’s tremendous to be recognized as one of the Challengers in the Gartner report.”

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“In the next 5 years we anticipate continued strong growth for our business, driven by expansion in all the sectors we service and supported by the establishment of offices and availability zones in new countries. In that timeframe we expect over 90% of the contact center market to move to cloud. Longer-term we are very excited about the additional opportunities in next-generation customer experience (CX), which will further leverage insights through data using AI, combined with omni-channel communication. That will be our next 15-year journey.”

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