The award for companies setting the ecosystem on ‘fire’ follows national honors for Spectrio, which has launched four products and acquired 11 businesses since 2018 

Tampa, Fla. – November 4, 2020 – Spectrio has been named one of 50 Tampa Bay Inno on Fire winners, the latest honor for one of the nation’s leading providers of customer engagement solutions. 

Spectrio offers services such as digital signage, on-hold messaging, on-premise messaging and music, and interactive kiosks to help brands build engaging customer experiences. The Inno on Fire awards celebrate the tech and startup scene, and Spectrio was one of five winners in the B2B category. 

A panel of judges will name one of the companies in each category as a standout – or “Blazer” – at a Nov. 16 award ceremony. 

“Receiving the Inno on Fire award in 2020 demonstrates Spectrio’s continued commitment to strategic and smart growth as well as our focus on innovation,” said Brian Harris, Spectrio Vice President of Marketing. “Our goal is to continue to strategically partner with our clients as they switch from traditional, passive marketing to multi-sensory experiences that are interactive and engaging.” 

Spectrio has launched four products and acquired 11 businesses since 2018. It now provides service to more than 100,000 client locations in more than 10 industries. It has also added enhanced content and video creation capabilities that can be leveraged across multiple channels.

The Inno on Fire honor marks the latest accolade for Spectrio. In August, the company was named to Inc. Magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Spectrio has now made the list nine times in 13 years. Throughout 2020, Spectrio has also won several other honors, such as earning spots on both Inc.’s inaugural list of America’s top businesses in Florida and the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s list of the top 200 privately held companies.

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