DDC Advocacy Takes Top Marks in Public Affairs Council Review

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Company Earns Highest Overall Satisfaction for Software

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DDC Advocacy is honored our clients have expressed overwhelming satisfaction with our grassroots and PAC technology offerings.

The results are in, and DDC Advocacy (DDCA) has won in customer satisfaction for its grassroots and PAC software — according to the recently released 2012 Client Satisfaction Review of Public Affairs Software conducted by the Public Affairs Council. DDCA surged ahead of other full-service PAC and grassroots providers in this category, ranking above Aristotle and CQ Roll Call.

DDCA also scored high marks in client satisfaction with training, customer service, and follow-up. According to the survey, more than 80% of clients awarded DDCA top scores indicating they are “Very Satisfied.”

“DDC Advocacy is honored our clients have expressed overwhelming satisfaction with our grassroots and PAC technology offerings,” said B.R. McConnon, CEO of DDC Advocacy. “Our firm established itself as a public affairs technology pioneer, but we never rest on our laurels. We continue to invest in innovative products and highly skilled personnel; the results of the Public Affairs Council survey show our clients are benefiting from this investment. That’s always our ultimate goal, and what drives our unrelenting commitment to excellence,” McConnon said.

The survey is available through the Public Affairs Council, a non-partisan, nonpolitical association for public affairs professionals, representing more than 600 member companies and organizations.

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DDCA was established in 1996 to design, implement and manage advocacy campaigns utilizing cutting-edge technology. Today DDCA offers strategy, campaign management, social media and Internet technology to its corporate, association and non-profit clients to impact the views and actions of public officials, consumers and corporate audiences. DDCA’s clients include many of the Fortune 500, major trade associations and non-profit organizations, all of which count on DDC Advocacy to engage and guide communities of advocates to impact policy and win public debates.

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