Piano Nets "Product of Year" Honor in the 2020 BIG Award for Business

Piano Team

The Business Intelligence Group's BIG Award for Business released their 2020 awards and we are excited to announce Piano was named the Product Of Year. The BIG organization's annual program rewards companies, products and people that are leading their respective industries.

Hundreds of global and local media entities leverage Piano's SaaS platform to implement, accelerate and improve their subscription, advertising, analytics and personalization initiatives. Our sophisticated blend of strategic program services and our end-to-end customer journey solutions have helped organizations engage more audiences, monetize their content and leverage data to provide more meaningful content experiences. We are proud to power more than 10 million digital media subscriptions across our global footprint.

"Since our inception, Piano has empowered our clients with data and solutions that help them craft the most powerful customer experiences possible," said Trevor Kaufman, CEO of Piano. "The power of data and machine learning is enabling a new era of the customer relationship, with experiences that are more relevant and more satisfying, and I am proud that Piano is enabling that change."

"We are so proud to reward Piano for their outstanding 2020 achievements," said Maria Jimenez, chief nomination officer of the Business Intelligence Group. "This year's group of winners are clearly leading by example in the global business community."

To read more about the award, please see the official press release, here.


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