Confirmit is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the prestigious AAA Dun & Bradstreet rating for the sixth year in a row. The successful Dun & Bradstreet assessment is a significant achievement for Confirmit, the leading global solutions provider for Customer Experience, Employee Engagement and Market Research.
The AAA rating is the latest in a series of major milestones for Confirmit, including the acquisition of Integrasco, a move to prestigious London landmark offices to support EMEA growth, a rapidly growing client roster, major product launches including Confirmit Horizons v18, Confirmit SmartHub™ and Confirmit Genius™, a 104% revenue renewal rate, 94% growth in multi-year contracts and solid double digit organic revenue growth.
“Our status as a reliable and financially sound partner is extremely important to our customers,” said Henning Hansen, Confirmit President and CEO. “Clients work with us for the long term, so it’s critical for them to be able to trust and rely upon us to support them as their businesses evolve. We have worked hard to create and maintain a solid, debt-free, financial foundation. Furthermore, without the constraints related to venture capital involvement, we are able to focus all our efforts on striving to deliver value to our customers. We are delighted that this commitment is being recognized once again by Dun & Bradstreet.”
Confirmit attributes its success to its ongoing commitment to research and innovation. Senior appointments have combined with industry-leading activities such as the Confirmit Community Conference this year, which brought together hundreds of Voice of the Customer (VoC), Market Research (MR) and Voice of the Employee (VoE) professionals from 12 countries, enabling the company to share its knowledge and expertise with customers and partners alike.
The trusted Dun & Bradstreet rating system dates back to 1837. Each year the company assesses the credit worthiness of over 150 million companies worldwide. Many global corporations, governments, industry and trade organizations rely on this measure of financial health.