Provider of Industry’s Top-Rated Audit, Risk, and Compliance Platform Recognized for Exceptional Customer Experience.
LOS ANGELES, CA - November 3, 2021 – ARCET Global announced last week during their North American Customer Centricity Awards (NACCA) ceremony that AuditBoard has been awarded the 2021 Best Measurement in Customer Experience. The NACCA awards recognize excellence in delivering exceptional customer experience, success, and value among top businesses across 26 countries, with honorees selected by an independent panel of global customer success leaders and certified by the Customer Institute.
“On behalf of the entire AuditBoard team, we are honored and humbled to be recognized by industry peers for our passion to continually drive quality and value for our customers,” said Chief Customer Officer Chris Doell. “Providing an exceptional experience for our customers is a core value at AuditBoard, and the positive feedback they’ve given us — along with this award — validate that we are delivering on that promise.”
“We were delighted with the number of companies and industries represented. We also had more companies from more countries involved this year and I would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all of those involved. A huge congratulations to all the Winners and Highly Commended companies!” Mark Hamill, CEO of ARCET Global commented.
The NACCA Customer Experience Award is the latest industry recognition for AuditBoard. In October the company received a CISO Choice Award for CrossComply, its best-in-class information security compliance and IT risk solution. AuditBoard is top-rated on Gartner Peer Insights and G2.com and was recently named a Market Leader in the G2 Grid Reports for the 8th consecutive quarter. In addition, over 1,200 organizations now leverage the power of AuditBoard’s platform to elevate their risk teams, including 6 of the Fortune 10 and now more than 30% of the Fortune 500. AuditBoard’s strong revenue growth has also secured it a spot among the top 100 fastest-growing technology companies in North America for two consecutive years, according to Deloitte.