Whistl Contact Centres win rising tech star Popsa

October 2020

Whistl Contact Centres has won a competitive contract to supply contact centre services to Popsa, the UK tech start-up that has been nominated by the Sunday Times FastTrack as one of the 2020 top ten rising tech stars in the UK.

Popsa, is an established platform that allows customers to automatically create personalised products using machine learning algorithms via its iOS and Android apps, including photo books and prints.

The company was created in 2016 and in four years has built an international presence in 50 countries around the globe.

The Soho based company has appointed Whistl Contact Centres to support its London team from its Gateshead facility.  Whistl will handle inbound email in both English and 10 additional languages.

Winning Popsa in a competitive race shows that Whistl has the experience and flexibility to support customers whether their consumers are in the UK or abroad.  We have amazing people here at Whistl who understand our customers’ needs and integrate seamlessly into their teams

Nick Wells, CEO Whistl

We have already noticed a positive effect working with Whistl and are looking forward to building a strong relationship with them.

Currently, Whistl has a 350 seat multi-site Contact Centre capability across its Farnborough and Gateshead sites, alongside remote working capability, supporting brands and retailers to manage their multi-channel customer service.

Declan Mellett, Executive Chairman, Popsa

Join our mailing list

Sign up and receive all the latest industry news and insights directly to your inbox.

Keep me posted

Research, Insights and Industry Guides

In depth insights and research studies to help you better understand customer perceptions & expectations.

Show me

Share this article

Whether you’re new to Whistl, one of our customers or just want to ask some questions we’d love to chat!
01628 702 965
Or let us give you some ideas on how we can help you drive your business forward. Tell us a bit about yourself