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Aspect Software

July 23, 2014 10:00 ET

Aspect Software Congratulates Trupanion on Its IPO

PHOENIX, ARIZONA--(Marketwired - July 23, 2014) -

  • Aspect customer Trupanion (TRUP) stock up over 12 percent from its initial offering price on July 18 
  • Medical insurance provider for pets, Trupanion, covers over 180,000 pets

Aspect Software extends very warm congratulations to its customer Trupanion on its IPO on July 18. The company helps Trupanion deliver on its "We do Happy" pledge of exceptional customer service through Aspect's full suite of customer contact and workforce optimization solutions in a fully-hosted cloud environment.

"I'd like to personally congratulate Trupanion on their IPO last week and their tremendous growth over the past few years. Trupanion has exceptional dedication and commitment to their customers' satisfaction and their early adoption of omni-channel customer service, enabling their customers to start a conversation on one channel and seamlessly transition to another, exemplifies their customer satisfaction obsession," said Aspect CMO, Jim Freeze. "As their technology partner-provider, Aspect is thrilled and honored to have provided the software and delivery means to help enable this success."

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