NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas–(BUSINESS THREAD)–TaskUs, Inc. (Nasdaq: TASK), a provider of outsourced digital services and next-generation customer experience for fast-growing technology companies, was recognized as a top contender in Everest Group’s Financial Crime and Compliance (FCC) operations – PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2022 Services Everest Group is a provider of strategic research information on IT, business process and engineering services and a leading global BPO research firm.
TaskUs scored impressively in the assessment report’s two assessment dimensions: Market Impact and Vision and Capability, ahead of the more established organizations reviewed in this year’s FCC candidate assessment main
Named the fastest growing BPS company in 2022 by the same research firm, TaskUs has remained true to its commitment to customer service excellence through operations at scale. This is evident in TaskUs’ Risk + Response line of services, which continues to advance in meeting clients’ needs in managing related risks such as fraud and financial crime.
“While TaskUs excels in providing digital services for platforms that prevent any misuse or fraudulent actions, its emotionally intelligent risk experts also provide a human touch to its services, providing cutting-edge technology and people world class in its response to cyber risks.” said Abhijnan Dasgupta, Practice Director, Everest Group.
“TaskUs has always diversified our customer base and revenue as we deliver significant transformative impact to the communities and customers we serve,” said Jeffrey Chugg, Global Head of Risk + Response at TaskUs. “This latest report from the Everest Group shows that our vision and strategy for our clients is working. We don’t plan to stop there; our clients can expect us to continue to be obsessed with service excellence and innovation.”
“TaskUs’ digital experience comes from our deep understanding of our customers’ needs. This helps us effectively provide them with the necessary services related to financial risk and response. We believe this new recognition from the Everest Group is a testament to our growing commitment to the safety and security of people in an increasingly complex digital world,” said Jarrod Johnson, chief client officer at TaskUs.
This recognition is the third received this year by Everest Group; TaskUs was named as a major competitor to PEAK Matrix® for Trust and Security by Everest Group – Content Moderation Provider last June, followed by the top spot on the BPS Top 10 Service Providers list by percentage growth in the Everest Group Top 50 Business Process Services (BPS) Report 2022. These recent accolades are testament to TaskUs’ commitment to expanding its offering based on the growing needs of its customers.
The full version of the report is available here.
TaskUs is a provider of outsourced digital services and next-generation customer experience for fast-growing technology companies, helping its clients represent, protect and grow their brands. Leveraging a cloud-based infrastructure, TaskUs serves customers in the fastest-growing industries, including social media, e-commerce, gaming, streaming media, food delivery and ride-sharing, HiTech, FinTech and HealthTech. As of June 30, 2022, TaskUs had approximately 45,300 employees in twenty-six locations in 13 countries, including the United States, the Philippines, and India.
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