|By Business Wire||
|August 20, 2014 11:55 AM EDT||
With 3943.8% growth, Connexion Point ranks number 86 on the Inc. 500’s 2014 list of the nation’s fastest growing companies. The Inc. 500 ranks Connexion Point 12th nationally in overall growth in the health care sector. Connexion Point is the #1 fastest growing company in Utah.
Connexion Point specializes in contact centers in Medicare and Medicaid, and its clients include four of the top 10 health care providers in the nation. Connexion Point employs 1,000 people, and has offices and contact centers in Salt Lake City, Provo and Roy, Utah, as well as in San Antonio, Texas.
“We don’t just answer phones or make calls,” says Robert McMichael, CEO and President. “We deliver high quality consumer interactions, incredible accuracy and superior outcomes. Health care is complicated. We help make it simpler.”
Connexion Point attributes its exponential growth to a number of factors that clearly set it apart from others servicing the Medicare and Medicaid markets.
“Connexion Point’s genesis was in technology and this legacy continues,” states McMichael. “Our robust internal Research and Development team makes us agile and responsive. We offer our clients customizable, scalable, in-house technology solutions which are unique in the contact center industry. We can do things faster and more competitively because we have the internal horsepower. We can do things internally that others simply can’t.”
Other competitive advantages Connexion Point brings to the contact center space include unparalleled access to in-depth analytics, measurable reporting and industry leading data, as well as being solution driven, with an absolute focus on exceeding client and consumer expectations.
Continues McMichael, “We help consumers understand their options and make informed choices. We are driven to build solutions that connect the health care industry to consumers, and consumers to their healthcare.”
Connexion Point is a privately held Utah based company with multiple sites in both Utah and Texas.
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