Touch The Project

Our recent work Touch Outsourced marketing

The requirements What the customer needed

Based in Norway, Touch provide services for recording, storing and accessing fixed and mobile calls. As the first company in Europe to offer Call Recording as a Service, Touch have a reputation for innovation and needed an agency that understood the call recording market.

The solution What we did for them

The brief from Touch was quite clear - to build a new corporate website and deliver compelling marketing content to improve their inbound marketing and profile within their target audiences.

The results Where are they now?

Touch's new website is already delivering improved performance and engagement. RMA continue to support the Touch team with targeted marketing campaigns and ongoing outsourced management services.

The work Some of our output

We worked with the Touch management team to create a new website that could appeal to a wide range of different market sectors.

Corporate identityUpdated corporate ID

Screen shots for various sized screens

New Joomla! websiteDesigned and built

Case studies, data sheets, brochures

New collateralNew marketing assets

What they say about us From Touch

“Working with Redmill Marketing Associates was easy for us. They have the industry knowledge we needed and guided us through a straightforward web development process. The team was always open to incorporating our ideas and worked hard to deliver the solution we asked for.”

Even Hovde

Chief Executive Officer

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