Email suppression list management leader OPTIZMO Technologies, has been acknowledged as one of the most rapid growing tech firms in 2021 by the Silicon Review.
The Silicon Review includes many awards list that occur every year such as in the tech industry, articles, and features.
However, this year’s list for the most rapid growing tech firms involves representatives from a big selection of industries such as IT support, cybersecurity telehealth, blockchain technology, data storage and management and many more.
Moreover, the article from the Silicon Review comprises an interview with CEO and Co-founder of OPTIZMO Khris Thayer with questions on how the company came to be, what’s on the future for the business, the email marketing industry and how the company transfers value to its clients.
Ever since its founding in 2009, OPTIZMO has been the leader in the suppression list management and email compliance list. Recently, the firm has established a leadership role in the industry as a thought leader, by consistently talking at industry events such as Affiliate Grand Slam, MailCon, Affiliate Summit, while at the same time, it has also published authentic data analysis research along with various reports, articles, guides and infographics.
Currently, the company is expected to come out with many important product enhancements which are specifically made to add more functionality to its management platform SUPPRESS, and to its email suppression list.
Further, the company will expand its abilities, by transferring services to an array of new partners and clients this year.
“As a company with over 11 years in business, it’s exciting to be recognized as one of the fastest-growing tech companies,” stated Khris Thayer, “Our continued growth and success are directly related to our dedication to delivering a rare combination of innovative technology and unparalleled support to all of our customers.”
As of right now, OPTIZMO currently supports more than 500 partners and clients internationally with their compliance initiatives that are headed towards following up many sets of regulations that affect their marketing and data privacy programs.