Feefo stands out from the crowd as being an ‘organic-growth’ organisation with no investment from Private Equity or Venture Capital firms to accelerate its growth rate.
The company is able to boast several awards, most recently they were named on the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
Thousands of brands trust Feefo to independently collect reviews from their customers – and those customers know that Feefo reviews are the real deal.
- Professional Services
- Godel Pods
Duration Of Project
- 6 Years +
Godel Technologies & Feefo | Solving software development skills shortage challenges
Head of Software Development
Feefo believe that only authentic reviews are worth collecting: genuine feedback that has been matched to a transaction. Since 2010, Feefo have advocated transparency and trust in reviews. Now over 3000 have come to rely on the power of the Feefo platform to connect with their customers, drive business to their website and gain real, actionable insights.
The feedback collected by Feefo provides valuable business insights to businesses who want to hear the genuine voice of their customers. As a closed-feedback platform, only those customers who have made an online or store purchase or transaction are invited to leave a review, putting Feefo at the forefront of establishing trust in the reviews sector.
Feefo continue to innovate by responding to the needs of businesses, consumer expectations and the ever-changing requirements from search engines. James Mancz, Head of Software Development, made the decision to supplement his in-house team to fulfil the ongoing demands of the business.
“We have an in-house development team here in Petersfield, but we wanted to on-board a partner who would be able to provide additional technical resource to support us fulfilling our exciting roadmap as quickly as possible. When we started to look at partners it was important for us to find a solution that was flexible and, most importantly, able to deliver code to the same high standards that we achieve internally”.
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