Search agency has R&D Epiphany

Search marketing agency Epiphany Solutions has launched a new Research & Development department to enhance the agency’s reporting and data presentation, whilst also developing bespoke applications for clients.

Heading up the new department are new appointments Gareth Battersby and Chris Marsh, who have a collective 20 years experience in the field. Further team members will be appointed as the department continues to grow.

Initiatives for the new department will be transforming the presentation and reporting of key data both internally and externally, whilst also developing custom applications for clients that will incorporate social media and community engagement strategies with SEO campaigns.

Rob Shaw, MD at Epiphany Solutions, said: “We’re thrilled to launch our new Research and Development department today and to welcome Gaz and Chris to the wider Epiphany team as well.

“Both Chris and Gaz were closely involved in the creation of tools such as www.tweetlection.co.uk earlier this year in the run up to the general election. It’s this type of innovation and creativity that we want to add to our existing on-line strategies to enhance the results we are currently achieving for our clients.

“The communications landscape is changing at a rapid pace and the new department will enable us to stay ahead of the curve in the digital marketing industry.”

Meanwhile, Epiphany has developed a new website for consumer data management firm Callcredit Information Group, along with ongoing work to oversee the company’s SEO and PPC.

Epiphany Solutions designed the new website for Callcredit, consolidating five of the group’s brands and existing sites in one website.

Callcredit, whose technology provides businesses with better insight to help them reach more responsible decisions and deliver stronger customer engagement, enlisted the help of Epiphany as the company looks to increase its web presence and boost the prominence of key brands in its stable.

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