|By Marketwired .||
|July 23, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
DUBLIN, IRELAND and BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - July 23, 2014) - Boxever, the leading provider of customer intelligence, personalisation, and big data for the travel industry, today announced it has relocated its headquarters to Ashford House in Dublin to accommodate the 44% increase in new employees since January. The expansion also includes establishing the company's first international office in Boston, MA, which will be focused on global marketing and account development activities.
"It's clear we have found a real need in the travel industry for a more efficient and effective way to deal with the surge of data airlines & OTAs are getting from multiple customer channels," said Dave O'Flanagan, CEO, Boxever. "This strong interest has resulted in a growing need for skilled resources across all our operations."
In addition to processing millions of guest profiles, Boxever helps airlines and OTAs improve core KPIs associated with converting and retaining customers. Boxever customers have realized double-digit uplifts in conversion and retention programs resulting in millions of dollars in additional revenue.
Key hires added or augmented since January include sales, marketing, data science, engineering, and client services.
"I'm delighted with the growth Boxever has seen over the past 24 months," said O'Flanagan. "At our holiday party in 2013 we had 66% more employees than the previous year. Mid-year 2014 we've grown headcount an additional 44%, and expect growth to continue through the rest of the year."
More information on open positions at Boxever and the company's offering can be found at www.boxever.com.
Boxever helps airlines and online travel agents (OTAs) deliver personalised, 1:1 marketing experiences to their customers across all channels and at all stages of the customer lifecycle, through the innovative application of technology and big data. Companies like TigerAir, Wideroe, Atlantic Airways, and more achieve higher conversion rates, increased revenue, and improved loyalty using Boxever's SaaS-based platform. Learn more at boxever.com or follow us on Twitter @Boxever.
VP Marketing, Boxever
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