Today’s Daily MarTech Round-up covers the latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience AI and ML announcements from Box, Finn AI, 180byTwo, Grapevine6, Genesys, Peer39, and AdMaven.
Box, a leader in cloud content management, announced that Xinja – a leading Australian neobank – has chosen Box to enhance its customer interactions via the Xinja mobile application. Xinja customers’ bank statements and account data will now be delivered through a portal which is powered by Box’s cloud Platform. Xinja’s financial lending team will also use Box as a way of managing documents with customers to drive faster end-user outcomes.
Finn AI, the world’s leading AI-powered conversational banking technology provider announced its listing on the Zendesk, Inc. Marketplace and its new pre-configured integration with Zendesk Chat.
180byTwo, a leading Data-as-a-Service company, is excited to announce a partnership with DemystData, a leading external Data-as-a-Service platform that helps clients discover, access, and test hundreds of data products. The partnership will enable DemystData to integrate 180byTwo’s AI-driven data solutions into the already-growing repository of over 500 data products – empowering B2B marketing and sales teams to power data-driven programs.
Grapevine6, a mobile-first enterprise content engagement platform for digital selling has been named “2020’s Most Outstanding Content Engagement Platform – USA” The company is featured here in the March issue of Corporate Visions (CV) Magazine, published by AI Global Media.
Genesys Helps Organizations Manage Increased Customer Service Demands and Establish Remote Workforces During COVID-19 Pandemic
As the world adapts to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations of all sizes are struggling to manage increased demand while working to keep employees safe. To help navigate these challenges, Genesys, the global leader in cloud.
Peer39, the leading provider of page-level intelligence, has incorporated NewsGuard’s database of trust ratings for thousands of news and information websites as an added layer of protection for advertisers using its offering. Using the service, brands can target their ad campaigns on thousands of trusted news sources while avoiding misinformation sources flagged by NewsGuard’s team of trained journalists. This includes a flag for COVID-19 misinformation specifically, which NewsGuard’s analysts have been cataloging in the company’s Coronavirus Misinformation Tracking Center.
AdMaven, one of the world’s leading advertising networks, is unveiling its advanced security capabilities that will help its growing network of advertisers use the self-service platform with confidence and reassurance.
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