The marketing industry is rapidly shifting from broad to narrow audiences, from siloed channels to crossing display, social, mobile and video, and from counting clicks to declaring success based on customer delight. MediaMath has long been addressing this changing pace, supplying marketers with a global infrastructure to reach their targeted audiences at the scale needed to achieve business outcomes. Through partnering with IBM UBX, MediaMath is empowering marketers to:
Target and anti-target in-store audiences based on in-store behaviors in MediaMath’s TerminalOne.
Use behavioral data from IBM Marketing Cloud to determine which ads users should see next.
Leverage behavioral data from IBM Marketing Cloud to understand where impression dollars are most likely to drive conversions.
With this collaboration, a continual conversation across email and paid media channels is being built. Now you can tailor ad creative to your customers based on the email or push content most interesting to them. Through IBM’s Universal Behavior Exchange, all customer interactions are portable between IBM Marketing Cloud and MediaMath, making behavioral data more actionable in MediaMath’s TerminalOne and IBM Marketing Cloud than ever before.
“Marketers can really get an understanding of where all of their dollars are being spent.” – Chris Victory, VP Global Partnerships, MediaMath
We recently announced a definitive agreement under which HCL Technologies intends to acquire a select number of IBM marketing and commerce software products. HCL is a valued IBM partner with whom we already have a development partnership with, in support of the products in the announcement. HCL and IBM expect to close the transaction in […]
Last week, we announced a sharpened focus on AI-powered and cloud-based applications, and that HCL plans to acquire certain marketing and commerce software. You can read more about the announcement here. While the transition is not planned to take place until mid-2019, I thought it was important to share what this means for our portfolio […]
“Loyalty programs increasingly need to have flexibility. In other words, it can’t just be ‘Buy ten get one free,’ at a coffee shop anymore. Stores themselves are starting to have to get creative with what loyalty means to them and giving the customers choice in what those rewards are.” — Nicole Leinbach Reyhle, Founder, @RetailMinded […]