Today, the Business Intelligence Group named Agency Mania Solutions, 2021 Organization of the Year in the Advertising Technology category. The Sammys honor organizations and products helping to solve the challenges organizations have connecting and collaborating with prospects and customers.
Despite this past year’s global pandemic, the nominee was able to increase their client base by 28% and now serves 6% of the top 200 advertisers across industries worldwide. Maintaining its position as leading provider, the nominee has the most comprehensive suite of solutions and innovative offerings dedicated to managing the agency lifecycle that is unmatched in the marketplace. This past year alone, they have added numerous custom solutions including ContractDeliver™, its online contract management software solution and add-on modules to further enhance its flagship solution, ScopeDeliver™. These solutions have all been developed to address the unique and complex requirements of the world’s largest brands. Today, the nominee is considered the world’s best and most innovative custom software company in marketing partnership enablement, thanks to its proven track record and client portfolio.
“We are thrilled to receive this award which reaffirms the rapid growth of cloud-based solutions aimed at automating and improving collaboration between large brand advertisers and their ecosystem of advertising and marketing suppliers which they rely on to market themselves successfully,” says Bruno Gralpois, Co-Founder & Principal, Agency Mania Solutions. “We gladly share this recognition with our Fortune 100 clients for their commitment to innovation and operational excellence.”
“We are proud to reward and recognize Agency Mania Solutions for their innovation and dedication to helping both the organization using their technology and the ultimate consumer,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer, Business Intelligence Group. “It was clear to our judges that their efforts will improve how we all connect with the brands we love for years to come.”