Daily MarTech Roundup: Latest Marketing and Sales Technology News, Product Announcements and Insights
Today’s Daily MarTech Roundup covers the latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience, AI, and ML announcements from Ortery Technologies (E-Commerce), Amperity (Customer Data Platform), AdDaptive Intelligence (Account-Based Marketing), MessageMedia (Mobile Marketing), and SAP SE (Customer Experience).
Ortery Technologies, Inc. stated that as “no contact shopping” becomes the new norm, spiking online sales are accelerating the eCommerce industry to adopt Ortery’s product photography automation technologies to get products online faster.
Amperity announced that Tapestry, a leading New York-based house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle brands including Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weitzman, is deploying its Enterprise Customer Data Platform to drive better personalization and customer experiences. Tapestry will leverage Amperity’s AmpID, Amp360, AmpIQ products to generate comprehensive customer profiles that will serve as the basis for rich predictive analytics and improve every interaction with its customers.
AdDaptive Intelligence, the leading provider of Account-Based Marketing (ABM) and B2B intelligence, is now offering Connected TV (CTV) and Programmatic Audio solutions to the B2B advertising market. AdDaptive’s proprietary solutions promote brand awareness and push prospects through the funnel by leveraging online and offline data to reach clients’ key accounts with superior accuracy. Combining groundbreaking advertising capabilities with the industry’s most comprehensive B2B analytics offering enables AdDaptive to provide the most effective strategy for achieving Smarter B2B Advertising.
Australia’s largest business messaging provider, MessageMedia Group, has welcomed SimpleTexting to its Group. SimpleTexting is a US-based messaging platform with current annualized revenue of over $12 Million and more than 10,000 business customers.
Study: Consumers Expect Control, Omnichannel Experiences and Personalized Customer Service this Holiday Season
More than two-thirds of U.S. consumers expect to do their holiday shopping online this year, while 60% also anticipate hitting brick-and-mortar stores, reflecting a preference to use multiple retail channels, according to an SAP SE sponsored survey by online market research firm Dynata.