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[24]7 Ranks in Top 50 on Forbes' "America's Most Promising Companies" List
[24]7 Is Changing the World of Customer Service by Using Big Data and Prediction to Make Customer Interactions Simple

CAMPBELL, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/06/13 -- [24]7, the intuitive consumer experience company, today announced that it is included on Forbes' list of "America's Most Promising Companies." [24]7 ranks 31st on the list of 100 companies. The third annual list recognizes U.S.-based, high-growth, privately held companies with compelling business models, strong management teams, notable customers, strategic partners and competitive advantages. The full list is available online today.

Along with New York-based data firm and partner CB Insights, Forbes stated that the goal was to create a list of thriving, privately-held businesses across America with bright futures -- companies with dazzling prospects to grow and change the world.

"[24]7 is revolutionizing the world of customer service. Right now the only emotion customers have when contacting a company is dread. We are changing all that by making it simple and easy for customers," said PV Kannan, [24]7 founder and CEO. "We believe that Big Data and prediction are the links to a successful customer experience. We have invested years of research to develop our Predictive Experience Platform that uses sophisticated models that leverage data. We have become experts in the science of customer interactions and can accurately anticipate what customers want and simplify interactions. Companies across the globe recognize our ability to change the customer experience and drive business results."

[24]7 provides a cloud-based platform and applications that use Big Data and prediction to make customer interactions intuitive. Customers find it easy to connect with companies to get things done. Companies see real business results by optimizing revenue, servicing customers better, and retaining customers longer. For additional background please visit: www.247-inc.com.

About [24]7
[24]7, the intuitive consumer experience company, provides software and services that make it simple for consumers to connect with companies to get things done. [24]7 is a trademark of 24/7 Customer, Inc. [24]7 has one of the largest cloud-based, self-service networks in the world, managing more than 2.5 billion interactions annually. [24]7's software helps companies anticipate what consumers want, simplify interactions, and learn from those interactions so that future experiences get better all the time. [24]7 is based in Campbell, California. For more information, visit: www.247-inc.com.

[24]7 is a trademark of 24/7 Customer, Inc. All other brands, products or service names are or may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

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