Daily MarTech Roundup: Latest Marketing and Sales Technology News, Product Announcements and Insights
Today’s Daily MarTech Round-up covers the latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience, AI and ML announcements from Qumulo (Analytics), VidOps (Content), Tiger Analytics (AI/ML), Nuvias (Unified Communication), and Sprinklr (Customer Experience).
Qumulo, the leading provider of cloud file data services, today announced the appointment of Adriana Gil Miner as chief marketing officer (CMO). In this role, Gil Miner will be responsible for leading Qumulo’s global marketing and brand strategy as the company helps customers innovate faster and leverage the power of cloud data services. Gil Miner brings more than 20 years of experience as a results-driven marketing executive, elevating brands and introducing new products and services in high growth markets. Most recently, she was Senior Vice President of Brand, Communications and Events at Tableau Software.
London based start-up VidOps launches its global digital content creation platform, as a new efficient way for organisations to manage and create their visual media in one place. Through the platform, customers can connect and collaborate with global creatives on projects in real-time, resulting in high quality content. Over half (52%) of projects since the beginning of COVID-19 have been delivered in 24-48hours.
Tiger Analytics, a leading provider of AI & advanced analytics consulting services has come on board as a Microsoft partner. As part of this relationship, Tiger will leverage Microsoft’s products and services to build AI & advanced analytics solutions for businesses in the APAC region.
Nuvias UC, the Unified Communications Practice of the Nuvias Group, a leading, high-value, solutions-led EMEA Distributor, announces its European partnership with Zoom Video Communications and its appointment to Master Agent for Zoom.
Sprinklr, the leading Customer Experience Management platform (CXM), announced its integration with Google’s Business Messages, making it even easier for brands to respond to messages from customers who find their business listing on Google. Mobile searchers simply message the brand directly from the listing, and brands can now capture, route, and resolve the message alongside customer inquiries from other channels – all in Sprinklr.