Posts by Avtex

Avtex Joins Twin-Cities Based Norwest Equity Partners (NEP) Portfolio of Business Services Companies

NEP’s Investment will Provide Avtex Significant Opportunity for Continued Growth MINNEAPOLIS, MN – February 12, 2018 – Avtex (or the Company), a customer experience (CX) focused consulting and technology company, announced today its acquisition by Norwest Equity Partners (NEP), a leading market investment firm based in the Twin Cities. Avtex was previously managed by LaSalle Capital. The transaction closed on February 8, 2018; financial terms were not disclosed. This ownership transition is a significant milestone that will help Avtex add incremental product and service offerings, invest in R&D and innovation, and position the Company for strategic add-on acquisitions. “NEP’s investment
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Azure Disaster Recovery

Most businesses think that Disaster Recovery is something that is unattainable due to the added cost, infrastucture, and management associated with it. But Disaster Recovery IS attainable, and at a fraction of the cost it would take to maintain an additional data center. Join Avtex as we discuss how Disaster Recovery as a Service can help your business stay true to your existing Service Level Agreements, and save you money since you are only paying for storage and management. In this 30-minute webinar, we will address a range of topics relating to Azure Disaster Recovery: What happens at time of
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Highlights from the Avtex Experience Summit

With the inaugural Experience Summit in the books, we thought we’d share some highlights and key takeaways from the event. If you missed out on the Experience Summit, don’t worry – there’ll be many more opportunities to connect with Avtex team members and fellow CX professionals in the future. Who knows? Maybe you’ll have the chance to attend next year’s Experience Summit. Robb Best Knows the Human Mind The event’s keynote speaker, Robb Best, was impressive to say the least. Robb’s personable approach to the complex topic of brain science kept the crowd completely engaged. For 60 minutes, Robb entertained
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