LevementumUPDATE COMPANY INFO
A customer relationship management (CRM) consulting firm that delivers business-driven technology solutions for Salesforce® products.
Levementum has a focus on winning and excellence as a business. We believe in respecting and cultivating personal and professional growth, transparency, generational dynamics, family and culture. We are a company that feeds itself by valuing the individual, the team and technology in harmony. We concentrate on industry leading platforms and technologies like Salesforce®, marketing automation, predictive intelligence and IoT solutions.
We are committed to offering full life-cycle value as the Customer Engagement Experts. Customer Engagement is about creating exceptional customer experiences using insight on when to take action that leads to increased loyalty, retention, advocacy, and ultimately, customer lifetime value.
Our mission is to help our customers define successful customer engagement strategies, and then teach them how to use technology (CRM, Marketing Automation, Predictive Intelligence, and eCommerce) to effectively and efficiently execute those strategies.
Our signature is a simply stated, yet profound point of fact: we make businesses more efficient, profitable, and prepared to succeed in today’s ever evolving, always challenging, technology-fueled business world.
Embracing change, facing challenges without fear. That’s transformation. That is what we do at Levementum.
Indianapolis has been in the headlines for record tech job growth – 5th in the nation according to CBRE and tenth in the nation for tech company office leasing. Not all of the attention is on the Circle City, as Bloomington, Carmel, and Fishers all saw tech jobs announcements in the first quarter of 2017.
In 2005, Arizona-based digital marketing firm Levementum was conceived over drinks in Paris. The company officially launched the following year, and today, it announced plans to continue its growth trajectory in Indiana one year after opening an office in Indianapolis. At an event with Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett this afternoon, Levementum
The short-term-leasing trend is picking up steam in Indianapolis. Certain companies, especially high-growth tech firms, don’t like committing to the usual five-year-or-longer leases, because they’re not comfortable predicting how much space they’ll need that far in the future. So real estate operators are increasingly offering lease terms that are as short as a few months.