We are overwhelmed by the compliments and praises we receive from our customers. And as the number of Zendesk customer accounts continues it steep growth, passing 3,000 last month, we also seem to get more and more attention in the blogosphere. In all modesty we would like to share with you some of the most recent we've stumbled upon:
Yesterday John Brandon from Computerworld wrote a blog post named "Web 2.0 sites you probably don't already know". A nice little overview. Thanks for including us, John.
"Zendesk does something truly useful, and does it with style"
Two weeks ago Ben Kepes, a guest writer for ReadWriteWeb, wrote a dedicated piece on Zendesk, that sparked quite some commentaries. A must read.
"Zendesk is remarkably easy to set up"
We've already mentioned Om Malik's post on Zendesk, in which he compared us to companies like 37signals and Freshbooks.
"Zendesk falls into our small really is beautiful category of startups"
Angus Lau wrote on 852signal, a blog dedicated to Hong Kong web 2.0, a post titled Zendesk - Serve Your Customers Better. Love your blog, Angus.
"For companies looking to improve their customer service logistics, Zendesk offers a great solution"
Shawn Jooste a.k.a. the Elite Blogger did a blog post titled Zendesk Takes The Hassle Out Of Support praising Zendesk. We're flattered.
"Zendesk so far has proved to be one of the best help desk systems that I have looked at"
Finally, Dan Carew writes on his "Indie 2.0" blog Zendesk: Excellent Help Desk 2.0? software as a service that Zendesk has drunk the 37signals Kool Aid :-)
"Although intended for SMEs Zendesk may be an excellent and low-cost solution for large enterprises too"
And one last thing: a photo from last month's TechCrunch Pitch in London, where Zendesk were one of 10 startups to give their pitch. A fun and zestful event put together by the warped mind of Mike Butcher.