Ad Tech and Martech
GlobeNewswire | December 18, 2023
Tatari, a leading platform for buying and measuring advertising across convergent TV (linear, streaming, and online video), was recognized by Business Insider as one of the top 16 Hottest Adtech Companies of 2023.
This marks the second time BI has named Tatari a “hot adtech company,” recognizing the company’s achievements in building infrastructure to modernize TV advertising. Tatari is owned and operated by Infra, a holding company that also houses TheViewPoint, a supply-side streaming monetization platform, and Vault, which offers a data clean room solution for TV advertising
Throughout 2023, hundreds of brands and agencies used the Tatari platform to buy, measure, and optimize TV ad campaigns that drove real business outcomes. This year, 140 new brands launched campaigns through Tatari’s platform, with one-third being first-time TV advertisers.
Advertisers choose to work with Tatari for its advanced incremental measurement, ability to buy directly from publishers (as opposed to solely programmatic), and the flexibility to use the platform on a self-serve basis or with add-on support services from data scientists, media buyers, and strategists.
Tatari also further strengthened its collaboration with Shopify, allowing merchants to access a closed-loop attribution system that shows how their ad spend on linear and streaming TV directly translates to purchases. Tatari’s Shopify app has helped more than 200 Shopify customers easily access TV advertising with a simple integration.
“Our mission has not changed from seven years ago when we set out to democratize TV advertising for brands. However, it has evolved to building tech for agencies and publishers too, as we continuously uncover areas of opportunity to modernize the infrastructure that connects demand and supply” commented Tatari CEO, Philip Inghelbrecht. “We are honored to be recognized among such an esteemed list of adtech companies.”
Business Insider highlighted Tatari for its June 2023 launch of Vault, a sister company focused on privacy-first technology solutions for TV advertising. Vault’s first product is a data clean room (DCR) solution for streaming TV advertising, which enables advertisers to buy across streaming platforms with guaranteed cross-platform measurement and a clear, clean look into performance while enhancing privacy for sensitive first-party data. The Vault DCR is the first and only compatible solution that allows CTV publishers and ad buyers to share data in a tokenized, privacy-compliant fashion, solving the fragmentation problem for both sides with current solutions available in the market.
TheViewPoint (TVP), was also highlighted for launching TVP Direct, a tech solution that replaces traditional IOs by instead facilitating direct buys through ad server integration. TVP Direct automates the majority of a publisher’s direct sales business and creates more margin by eliminating the ad tech tax that often comes with middlemen in programmatic sales.
Tatari is building the infrastructure to modernize TV advertising for Brands, Agencies, and Publishers. Clients include Made In, Daily Harvest, Wpromote, and Fubo. Recognized by Business Insider as one of the Hottest Ad Tech Companies, Tatari is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Los Angeles, and New York. For additional information, please visit tatari.tv.
PR Newswire | January 12, 2024
Stagwell (NASDAQ: STGW), the challenger network built to transform marketing, is partnering with connected TV (CTV) advertising leader MNTN to broaden the market of performance advertising for brands. With the partnership, brands will now have access to a comprehensive set of buying solutions that combine the best of MNTN's Performance TV platform with Stagwell Marketing Cloud products, providing added streaming, performance PR and performance influencer capabilities in a one-stop shop.
Stagwell and MNTN's strategic partnership allows for a more unified approach to brand and performance media, offering brands access to advanced technologies and a comprehensive suite of tools enabling brand campaigns on television to now seamlessly coexist with other digital channels.
"For too long, brand and performance media have battled to co-exist in an industry that worships creative ideas and measurable metrics separately," said MNTN President and CEO Mark Douglas. "Now Stagwell's performance-focused clients can see their brand campaigns at work through MNTN Performance TV and not only qualify but quantify results of traditionally less measurable media."
"Stagwell believes all media is performance media, and our partnership with MNTN is our next step in creating an integrated ecosystem of technology and media solutions that enable speed to market, improved outcomes, and ultimately, scaled brand performance for clients," said Stagwell Chairman and CEO Mark Penn. "In combination with SMC tools, including social, streaming, and PR capabilities, brands can now attach metrics to their big marketing ideas in a granular way."
Meeting Client Demands
The partnership between Stagwell and MNTN Performance TV addresses the growing importance of performance advertising for modern brands, offering a comprehensive suite of buying solutions that feature cutting-edge targeting, measurement, and automated optimization technology. The collaboration introduces an innovative approach to television advertising, offering brands metrics that matter together – reach and revenue.
MNTN clients will now benefit from an enhanced suite of tools, incorporating products from the Stagwell Marketing Cloud. This includes:
PRophet, a generative and predictive AI platform for PR professionals
Koalifyed, an influencer discovery and campaign management platform
ReachTV, the largest streaming television network targeting travelers in airports
Together, Stagwell and MNTN aim to meet the evolving needs of modern brands in a performance-driven landscape. Stay tuned for insights from Stagwell's Mark Penn and MNTN's Mark Douglas at CES next week, where they will discuss the power of this collaboration. Brands and/or journalists interested in connecting on the ground should contact email@example.com for more information.
MNTN is the Hardest Working Software in TV, bringing unrivaled performance and simplicity to Connected TV advertising. Our self-serve technology makes running TV ads as easy as search and social and helps brands drive measurable conversions, revenue, site visits, and more. MNTN is one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies of 2023 and was recently named one of the Next Big Things in Tech for its upcoming VIVA creative suite. For more information, please visit https://mountain.com/.
Stagwell (NASDAQ: STGW) is the challenger network built to transform marketing. We deliver scaled creative performance for the world's most ambitious brands, connecting culture-moving creativity with leading-edge technology to harmonize the art and science of marketing. Led by entrepreneurs, our 13,000+ specialists in 34+ countries are unified under a single purpose: to drive effectiveness and improve business results for their clients. Join us at www.stagwellglobal.com.
Ad Tech and Martech
Business Wire | December 11, 2023
Habu, a leading data collaboration software company, today announced it has been recognized as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Data Clean Room Technology for Advertising and Marketing Use Cases 2023-2024 Vendor Assessment.
"With a commitment to innovation, democratization, and anticipation of market changes, Habu showcased strength in several areas of our research, validating its evolution and ability to adapt and thrive in a privacy-first era,” said Lynne Schneider, Research Director, Data as a Service (DaaS) and Location and Geospatial Intelligence at IDC. “Habu is a leader in the market with a deliberate and thoughtful approach to data collaboration with a vast partner ecosystem and flexible solutions for both technical and business users enabling customers to easily scale and drive business growth.”
Habu accelerates time-to-value while surpassing the most exacting standards for privacy and security and is built for both data scientists and business users. By utilizing no-code modules, a library of pre-built queries, and marketer-friendly visualizations, the solution expands the universe of users who can extract value and use cases that can be unlocked, including profile enrichment, journey analysis, measurement, activation, distributed machine learning, and more.
The IDC MarketScape noted several key strengths that contributed to Habu’s positioning as a leader in the report:
High customer satisfaction
Broad partnerships and interoperability, including AWS, Azure, Databricks, Google Cloud Platform, and Snowflake
Query flexibility while providing an interface geared toward a variety of personas and a library of prebuilt use case templates
"We are honored to be recognized by the IDC MarketScape as a Leader in the data collaboration market,” stated Matt Kilmartin, CEO of Habu. "We have been fortunate to work with some of the most innovative brands in the world who value the versatile and user-friendly approach to our platform and our commitment to complete interoperability, enabling them to maximize collaboration opportunities regardless of which cloud environment any partner’s data resides.”
For more information about Habu and its innovative data collaboration solutions, please visit www.habu.com. Download the IDC MarketScape Excerpt here.
Habu is a global leader in data clean room software, enabling companies to benefit from the value of data without the risk. Habu connects data internally and externally with other departments, partners, customers, and providers in privacy-safe and compliant ways for better collaboration, decision-making, and results. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, CA, and Boston, MA. For more information on Habu data collaboration solutions, visit www.habu.com.
About IDC MarketScape
IDC MarketScape vendor assessment model is designed to provide an overview of the competitive fitness of ICT (information and communications technology) suppliers in a given market. The research methodology utilizes a rigorous scoring methodology based on both qualitative and quantitative criteria that results in a single graphical illustration of each vendor’s position within a given market. IDC MarketScape provides a clear framework in which the product and service offerings, capabilities and strategies, and current and future market success factors of IT and telecommunications vendors can be meaningfully compared. The framework also provides technology buyers with a 360-degree assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of current and prospective vendors.