eKomi Strengthens its Market Reach with the Accession of Reputami
LOS ANGELES, CA: eKomi ‘The Feedback Company’ recently revealed that it has acquired the online reputation management venture Reputami. The accession will focus on creating enterprise software suite for market-paramount semantic review, analysis technology and revolutionize the customer feedback across all channels.
eKomi offers SaaS based easy to implement software to gather customer and product reviews, and publish it directly on the website. It shows product review directly on the product page to maintain the conversion rate and SEO and enable customers to get real-time statistics within their login area. Customer reviews can be displayed via a widget too, along with an overall score and stars. "The addition of Reputami's robust reputation management solutions significantly extends eKomi's capabilities for our customers. eKomi's product is already widely present across every industry vertical and Reputami's premiere analytical capabilities will benefit our existing and new customers while offering a wider feature set," says Michael Ambros, CEO, eKomi.
Reputami customers will have access to eKomi features at special rates and packages while eKomi customers will be able to immediately benefit from utilizing Reputami features including online review monitoring and Influencer Rank. Reputami founders and its team will remain on board and engaged during the company's transition. "After spending 4 years building Reputami, it’s simply the right time to bring the most advanced online reputation management solution to a new level. Unifying eKomi's feedback technology with Reputami is a perfect merger and will complete our vision,” says Ali Saffari, Co-Founder and CEO Reputami.
Reputami will move all its administration to Berlin and will continue to operate under its namesake. The deal was orchestrated by Michael Ambros, CEO, eKomi and Ali Shaheen, Chief Product Officer, eKomi with Ali Saffari and Oliver Pitsch, Co-Founders & Managing Directors Reputami.
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