Messagepoint Inc., a leader in the Customer Communications Management (CCM) software market, was selected as one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2019. It is the third consecutive year Messagepoint has been recognized by the program, run by Mediacorp Canada Inc. to honor Canadian workplaces with dynamic and innovative cultures.
“The SME competition is very much the laboratory of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project,” said Anthony Meehan, publisher at Mediacorp. “It’s the place where we often see new kinds of HR initiatives and workplace policies being tested—before they are adopted at larger employers. Many of this year’s winners offer the kind of benefits once found only at big companies, but they have the flexibility to go beyond these and offer unique HR initiatives for their employees.”
“To be chosen as one of Canada’s top employers for three years running is an honor and a testament to our innovative workplace culture and employees’ commitment to exceptional customer care,” said Steve Biancaniello, CEO of Messagepoint. “We strongly believe that fostering workplace collaboration and employee growth drives the successes we’ve had meeting the business goals of our customers.”
Messagepoint Inc.’s award-winning SaaS solution enables customers and print service providers in financial services, insurance, health care and other industries to optimize customer communications with intelligent content management. Its software uniquely gives non-technical marketing and customer service teams the control they need to deliver highly personalized, relevant and compliant omnichannel customer communications. Headquartered in the historic Queen’s Quay Terminal building in Toronto, Messagepoint has a dedicated team of more than 100 employees.
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