"Servio’s platform is the most sophisticated on the market and gives retailers and publishers new tools to grow traffic, win customers and increase sales."
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2012
Servio, the world’s most sophisticated eCommerce content marketing platform, today announced a 350% increase in Q2 revenue over Q1 2012. This quarter saw Servio add eCommerce retailers Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, Staples, Overstock, Orbitz and Groupon to their retail client roster, along with online publishers CBS/CNet and Thomson Reuters.
“Our ability to craft customer-centric content at industrial scale resonates with the world’s largest brands,” said Servio CEO Alex Edelstein. “Servio’s platform is the most sophisticated on the market and gives retailers and publishers new tools to grow traffic, win customers and increase sales.”
Servio solutions help eCommerce enterprises unlock the power of their existing product and category pages. Servio also provides scale production of buyer’s guides, learning centers and landing pages that help clients expand their sites and reach new audiences. The ability of Servio’s distributed labor force to execute content in an authentic brand voice, at high speed, quality, and massive scale is built upon Servio’s advanced and proprietary distributed workflow engine.
“The simultaneous delivery of high quality and industrial-scale throughput is a pain point for most global ecommerce companies. Servio has cracked the code on how to combine human skill with the best technology in the content marketing industry. Our clients leverage that combination to scale quickly,” said Jim Mongillo, VP of Worldwide Sales.
Servio utilizes a smart, credentialed, global workforce of more than 200,000 skilled individuals by connecting them to a powerful platform with a multi-stage quality control system modeled on state-of-the-art manufacturing processes.
Founded in 2009 by Alex Edelstein and Jordan Ritter, Servio is the leader in ecommerce content marketing, delivering web-optimized content and data services, rapidly and at scale for the ecommerce and big data sectors.
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