Thunderhead Nominated for Marketing Society Excellence Award

‘The Thunderhead – Kicking Up A Storm Across The Unadventurous Software Landscape’ has been nominated for the converted Marketing Society Excellence ‘Business to Business Marketing’ Award to add to their ‘The Drum Marketing Awards’ nomination.

London, UK – 10th May 2016 – Thunderhead, leader in enterprise technology for customer engagement, are proud to have been recognised by the Marketing Society. The ‘Awards’ celebrate the best marketers and campaigns in the UK, and are one of the industry’s most sought-after accolades.

The campaign, Kicking Up A Storm Across The Unadventurous Software Landscape, introduced audiences to ‘The Thunderhead’, a cloud-dwelling, music-loving genius and the personification of Thunderhead’s product. He is the intervention, the cure to a brand’s customer relationship problems. The campaign was designed to raise awareness of Thunderhead’s ONE Engagement Hub, a light-touch cloud solution that provides an engagement layer across all silos of an enterprise. The solution enables businesses to converse with each customer with an intelligent voice across any and all touchpoints, providing a completely seamless experience throughout each unique customer journey.

Throughout 2015 ‘The Thunderhead’ was unleashed during prime time television and cinema spots and in person at Marketing Week Live and Cannes Lions 2015, before wrapping up the year with a virtual reality journey at the Festival of Marketing.

 Unleashing The Thunderhead on TV

Above The Clouds at the Festival of Marketing

About Thunderhead

Customers don’t talk to you because they like you, they talk to you because they need something; they need it now and on the platform that suits them.

At Thunderhead we join up web, mobile, high street and contact centre customer experiences, connecting them with your existing CRM system giving you a multi-dimensional view of your customers.

Our intuitive ONE Engagement Hub allows you to act on the right customer need at the right time. For the first time, customer relationships can be effectively managed at scale.

Now you can interact with customers as individuals. Effortless engagement just got personal.