June 4, 2019
Invoca expands its Santa Barbara headquarters in support of plans to add more than 200 local jobs by 2021
What: Invoca, an AI-powered call tracking and analytics company, will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony and photo opportunity with Santa Barbara Mayor, Cathy Murillo, and local city councilmembers to commemorate its new downtown Santa Barbara headquarters at 419 State Street. Invoca employees will also be giving back to the community in the office during this time, assembling items for the Santa Barbara Food Bank.
When: 4:30pm on Monday, June 3, 2019; Invoca office at 419 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA
Who: Gregg Johnson, CEO of Invoca, Cathy Murillo, Mayor of Santa Barbara, and Santa Barbara City Councilmembers
Why: Invoca moves into its new space on the heels of record business growth over the past year, fueled by adoption of Invoca’s call tracking software by enterprise brands in industry verticals like financial services, telecommunications, and healthcare, where phone calls are critical to the purchase process. With Invoca’s software, marketers get the same level of attribution and insight for phone calls that they’ve been accustomed to with digital marketing channels.
Invoca hired 57 employees in Santa Barbara last year and will continue to invest in recruiting and developing talent locally, where it will hire more than 200 employees by 2021 across all company departments. Invoca was recently named a Best Place to Work for 2019 by Inc. Magazine for the second consecutive year, which underscores the company’s commitment to building a workplace culture that’s inclusive, supportive, and high-performing, and also provides industry leading employee benefits and perks. To learn more about Invoca’s culture and career opportunities, visit the company’s careers page.
“We’re proud to be part of the thriving tech community in Santa Barbara, and remain committed to investing in recruiting and developing top talent in the area,” said Gregg Johnson, CEO of Invoca. “Moving our headquarters to State Street not only gives us significantly more space, but enables our employees to walk to great restaurants, shopping, and the beach. As a result, we hope to contribute to the revival of this area.”
“The City welcomes Invoca to their new downtown location where their employees can enjoy the amenities of downtown restaurants and shopping. We’re excited to watch their company expand as they bring good paying jobs that benefit our local economy overall,” said Cathy Murillo, Mayor of Santa Barbara.
Invoca is an AI-powered call tracking and analytics platform that helps marketers get campaign attribution and actionable data from inbound phone calls. Invoca delivers real-time call analytics to help marketers take informed actions based on data generated before and during a phone conversation. As a result, marketers can dramatically improve ROI by driving more revenue-generating calls, increasing conversion rates, personalizing the customer journey, and running more efficient campaigns. With Fortune 500 customers in telecommunications, financial services, insurance, healthcare, and home services, Invoca’s platform integrates with Google Marketing Platform, Facebook, Adobe Experience Cloud, and Salesforce Sales and Marketing Clouds. Invoca has raised over $60M from Accel Partners, Upfront Ventures, Morgan Stanley, Alternative Investment Partners, Salesforce Ventures, and Rincon Venture Partners. For more information, visit www.invoca.com.
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