Netigate's origin story dates back to 1999, when four friends founded the consultancy firm INCH. INCH helped businesses digitalize their employee and customer journeys. One day, a customer asked if it was possible to develop software to collect feedback. And just like that, Netigate was born!
We've always been customer obsessed and this passion is still at the heart of Netigate and everything we are driven to do today: to release the full potential in people and organizations through feedback.
Release your full potential through feedback
The world around us is changing and the way we work will never be the same again. From employees to customers, companies are struggling to keep up with fast-evolving demands and drastic changes in the way we live our lives.
Helping businesses to adapt quickly is Netigate's mission! We know that satisfied employees lead to loyal customers, and we want to help you achieve both.
Netigate in numbers
We are a global company providing thousands of users with insights daily
Happy customers across the world.
offices in Stockholm, Oslo, Warsaw, Berlin, and Frankfurt.
employees working in sales, tech, marketing, finance, and HR, with a variety of different experiences.
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