Maxymiser Inc

Maxymiser Inc

Maxymiser leverages customer data to boost engagement and revenue, while also driving long-term business value. Maxymiser serves nearly 10 billion experiences each month worldwide. Maxymiser’s Customer Experience Optimization suite delivers measurable results to every client through A/B and multivariate testing, segmentation, behavioral targeting and product recommendations for the web, mobile, social and email. Maxymiser works with brands, such as HSBC, EPSON, Virgin Media, Alaska Airlines, Harry & David, Progressive and Office Depot. Founded in 2006, Maxymiser is headquartered in New York with offices in Chicago, Edinburgh, Dnipropetrovsk, Dusseldorf, London, Munich and San Francisco." Their Products include: MaxTEST, MaxSEGMENT, MaxPREDICT, MaxRECOMMEND, MaxMOBILE, MaxSOCIAL, MaxINSIGHT, and OneTouch.

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