CIO Review’s Annual List showcases the 20 Most Promising Travel and Hospitality Technology Solution Providers for 2015

LAS VEGAS, Nevada—June 3, 2015—CIOReview ( has chosen Clairvoyix ( for its 20 Most Promising Travel and Hospitality Technology Solution Providers for 2015. The positioning is based on an evaluation of Clairvoyix’s digital and direct marketing programs for the travel and leisure industry. Clairvoyix makes it to CIOReview’s top Travel and Hospitality Technology Solution Providers list for its premier best-in-class Software as a Solution deployed suite of marketing automation products and related direct marketing services.

The annual list of companies is selected by a panel of experts and members of CIOReview’s editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship. “Clairvoyix has been on our radar for some time for stirring a revolution in the Travel and Hospitality technology space, and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering a top-notch Travel and Hospitality Technology Solution,” said Harvi Sachar, Publisher and Founder, CIOReview. “Clairvoyix’s solutions continued to break new ground within the past year, benefiting its customers around the globe, and we’re excited to have them featured on our top companies list.”

“Clairvoyix is honored to be recognized by CIO Review’s panel of experts and thought leaders,” said Mike Schmitt, CEO of Clairvoyix. Schmitt went on to add “we consistently lead the industry by simply listening to our customers. We offered ‘software as a service’ solutions well before the name was coined, and we have been delivering data-driven direct marketing solutions for over twelve years. Marketers do not want complicated technology, they want solutions that drive quantifiable ROI. This recognition is a testament to how our clients leverage our innovation to their direct benefit. This explains why many of the leading hospitality companies rely on Clairvoyix for our enterprise class marketing automation, foregoing more expensive systems that simply do not deliver on their promises.”

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