WEVO Recognized As One Of 50 Startups To Watch In 2020 By Built In Boston

BOSTON, Mass., January 22, 2020 — WEVO, the only company providing digital marketers the tools to optimize digital experiences before going live, has been named one of Built In Boston’s 50 startups to watch in 2020


WEVO has developed the only marketing technology platform that blends artificial intelligence and customer feedback to provide actionable recommendations for marketers before launching a campaign or web page. Pre-live testing empowers digital marketers to understand before launch why a campaign or web page won’t convert, helping companies realize missed revenues and increase conversions from day one. 


“We are honored to be recognized among the top startups to watch in Boston,” Nitzan Shaer, CEO, and co-founder, WEVO, said. “Consumers’ expectations for top-notch digital experiences are continuously rising. This is leaving many digital marketers frustrated as they need to spend even more time iterating their websites and campaigns in order to ‘get it right’. WEVO allows them to do this faster than ever before, even before they even launch any new campaign or product.”  


Every year, Built In Boston hand-selects startups it believes have the vision, team, focus, and funding to drive innovation within the tech community. For its 50 Startups to Watch in 2020 list, Built In Boston chose local companies founded within the past three years that have positioned themselves for rapid growth in the year to come.


For more information on how WEVO can help, please visit www.wevoconversion.com


About WEVO


WEVO is the first technology platform that optimizes digital experiences before you go live. Leveraging crowdsourced visitor insight and artificial intelligence, WEVO generates recommendations that have proven to significantly increase conversion. Multiple Fortune 500 companies have successfully leveraged WEVO to boost conversion rates before launching new products and new campaigns. WEVO’s award-winning platform is being used in multiple sectors including financial services, technology, healthcare, and education. 

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