Sage Communications Adds 6 Tech Companies As New Clients

Julie Murphy, Sage Communications

Sage Communications has added Excella Consulting, Hortonworks, Sepio Systems, Splunk, Triumph Enterprises and Vertex Inc. as new clients, expanding its roster of technology-focused client companies.

Sage said it will help its new partners increase market visibility, drive program awareness and demand and spread influencer insights in their respective industries.

“As a trusted creative partner, Sage works diligently to understand each of our clients’ goals to provide actionable intelligence, strategic planning and real results,”  said Julie Murphy, senior vice president of public relations. “We are happy to provide our consulting expertise and keen understanding of the tech space with our new partners.”

All six companies focus on technology, either serving business or government customers.  The new partnerships further solidify Sage’s position as a leading business-to-business technology marketing and public relations firm, trusted by recognized companies such as SAP NS2, Amazon Web Services and others, the company said.

Excella Consulting is a technology consulting firm, serving the D.C. area’s leading organizations since 2002. Sepio Systems secures organizations against attacks via rogue hardware devices, and has offices in Maryland, New York and South Carolina, and a research and development center in Tel-Aviv.  Splunk turns machine data into answers for government agencies, enabling public sector IT and security leaders to make fast and confident decisions with data.

Triumph Enterprises provides the federal civilian and defense agencies with personalized knowledge-based professional services. Vertex Inc. provides tax technology and services to thousands of companies across the globe. Hortonworks is a big data software company based in Santa Clara, California.


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