Infobip wins 2020 Proddy Award for Best Customer Engagement Platform

Infobip wins 2020 Proddy Award for Best Customer Engagement Platform

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The Product School community spoke, and Infobip now finds itself the proud recipient of the 2020 Proddy Award for Best Customer Engagement Platform. Given for Moments, its omnichannel customer engagement solution, Infobip is said it is honoured to be recognized for one of its first SaaS offerings. Product School is the industry leading product trainers for individuals and organizations to build better products.

“I’d like to congratulate Infobip on winning this award – it was the best in its category receiving the most votes cast by peers from within the product community.  Infobip richly deserved the accolade for its solution that helps to simplify the complexity of digital communications today to enable the best in customer engagement and experience“, said Carlos González de Villaumbrosia, CEO Product School.

“We are beyond grateful and humbled to have won a Proddy. They are given for the world’s best digital products so to find Infobip even nominated was a privilege, and to have won is a perfect ending to an eventful year. Thank you Proddy voters,” aded Adrian Benić, Vice President Product at Infobip.

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