Razorsight Named One of the Most Promising Data Analytics Companies by CIO Magazine; Charlie Thomas Comments

Charlie ThomasRazorsight has been named to the CIO Data Analytics 20, an award given annually by CIO Review Magazine to the “top 20 most promising data analytics companies” in the U.S.

Winners of the award are chosen by the CIO Review editorial board and a panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts, according to a Razorsight release.

Charlie Thomas, Razorsight CEO, said he is very pleased with the recognition and says it is a result of innovation and partnering with major communications companies.

Razorsight will be profiled on the magazine’s website and in its November issue.

“Razorsight is Moneyball for communications providers,” said Harvi Sachar, CIO Review publisher and founder.

“The company leverages a decade of experience in its work with global communications companies to provide cloud-based analytics that deliver targeted insights for executives across the enterprise,” he added.


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