ResponseTek Networks is the leading provider of Customer Experience Management ("CEM") software to large enterprise clients. Our software turns your customer feedback into actionable business intelligence.
ResponseTek software monitors customer feedback coming from the web, email, contact center and retail locations looking for significant trends or at risk customers. With ResponseTek you can rapidly improve customer satisfaction across every customer channel using real-time quantitative and qualitative feedback information.
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The BC Technology Industry Association today announced the finalists for the 2016 Technology Impact Awards. The awards honour companies in ten categories, recognizing excellence with Technology,... more
ResponseTek, which specializes in enterprise customer experience management software solutions, this week announced a $6 million round of financing. This investment will be used to power its... more
Techvibes spent that last week in London, England shadowing a handful of startups selected for UKTI's Global Adventure Challenge and the C100UK's inaugural 48 Hours in London. Thanks to a packed... more
Today the BCTIA announced the finalists for the 2012 Technology Impact Awards (TIAs). Under the awards theme of 'BC's Mark on the World', the 2012 finalists reaffirm British Columbia's status as... more
Rocket Builders today released its ninth annual Ready to Rocket list of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) companies that are best positioned to capitalize on the 2011 technology... more
Being a part of the technology industry often has us caught up in the latest and greatest – be it gadgets, innovations, or research. And I’m sure we all take the simple things in life... more
With the 2010 Winter Olympic Games fast approaching, cool Games related tech stories continue to pop out of the woodwork. Check out ZOYKES! - it's the brain child of Vancouver's ResponseTek.... more
Back in the days of three networks and no internet, you could monitor everything worth saying about you with a stack of three televisions...and you didn't even bother unless your name was Lyndon... more