For a second consecutive year, Acrotrend tops the rankings
It’s an honor to, again, be named among Financial Times’ Leading Management Consultants in the UK — and it’s especially meaningful as these awards are based on a survey of YOU, our clients and peers.
For the second year in a row, Acrotrend was recognised among some of the largest and most celebrate consultancies in the world. Our customer lifetime value-focused approach helped Acrotrend stand out in a crowded field, and Acrotrend claimed a Silver Rating in the Data Analytics & Big Data consulting services category. We also earned a Bronze Rating in Sales & Customer Relationship Management, and Internet, Media & Entertainment.
This year, FT’s recognition is especially profound. Since launching in 2007, we’re worked hard to earn our clients’ trust by continuously delivering exceptional work based on our unwavering best practices and desire to keep moving the needle. Today, our team includes 85 data specialists across three countries, with more than 50 data warehouses. FT’s Silver Rating lets us know we’re on the right path — a path that ensures success for our clients and our clients’ clients.
That’s why we do it — and that’s why we’re honored to be named to this prestigious alongside some of the biggest names in the consulting business.
“Being recognised in more categories this year, and with a Silver Rating in Data Analytics & Big Data, proves our clients value the effectiveness of our strategies and the exceptional talents of our dedicated team,” says Sandeep Mendiratta, Co-Founder and CEO of Acrotrend. “We look forward to more award-winning years as we continue to help clients exceed their customer and revenue objectives.”
“Acrotrend helped our business become truly data-driven and many of our customer KPIs are beginning to reflect that in positive ways. BUT equally important, they partnered with us in a meaningful way that provided value well beyond data in the lake. They were always two steps ahead, anticipating our needs, of course, but also the needs of our subscribers.”– CIO at Top-Tier Publisher
The Bronze Ratings, Sandeep adds, were a meaningful nod to the work Acrotrend has been doing in these fields — and a signal of what’s to come.
“We are growing our business in the internet and media space,” he says. “We’re proud of the work we’ve done in these industries to date, and look forward to accelerating our services going forward. We’ve also been deeply focused on sales and CRM over the last 12 months. Given our emphasis on actionable data insights that increase customer lifetime value, we were pleased to receive this recognition.”
Understanding the Financial Times Ratings
The Financial Times’ results were compiled from two Statista surveys. The first survey solicited feedback from executives at client firms, while the second collected insights from partners and leads at peer companies. Out of 1,600 consultancies included in the survey, just 213 made one or more category list with a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Rating. A gold rating indicates that a firm was “very frequently recommended” while Silver is an acknowledgment the company is “frequently recommended,” with higher than average mentions. Bronze indicates the company received “a significant number of recommendations from peers and clients” in the respective category.
Learn more about Acrotrend’s achievements and view the full list of categories and honorees here.
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