Artesian Solutions, the provider of web-based Social CRM and brand surveillance software, announced today that it has been ranked as one of Europe’s most promising start-ups in The Daily Telegraph’s Start-Up 100. The Telegraph’s research identified Artesian Solutions as one of 2011’s most promising firms in the advertising and marketing category based on an intensive amount of preparatory work defining an entirely new methodology for approaching start-up classification and a long process of consultation with some of Europe's - and Silicon Valley's - most revered experts.
Andrew Yates, CEO at Artesian Solutions, said:
“This is a great accolade for Artesian Solutions and adds industry support to our company’s vision of helping businesses drive better results from the insights available on the web and in social media. It is pleasing to be recognised in the list in the company of many other notable firms; as it represents an authoritative and trustworthy ranking of European technology start-ups. The award will also be a great way for us to connect with other like minded businesses and learn from other peoples’ experience.”
Artesian Solutions Social CRM accelerates sales and is already deployed in many large enterprises including Barclays, SITA Suez, Sanofi-Aventis and HSBC helping thousands of commercial people reduce the cost, time and pain out of filtering the web and social-media to get the right sales intelligence to find and close bigger deals faster and improve their sales performance.
“Artesian customers all have a common desire – to get the most value from available intelligence from the web and social media. We are able to facilitate this desire and in turn deliver genuine insight, trigger based sales leads and competitive intelligence for our clients. This is an exciting time in the company’s development and we’re looking forward to building on such accolades as The Telegraph’s Start-up 100 listing.”