Marketing Technology Bulletin Covering the Week Gone By

Marketing Technology Bulletin Covering the Week Gone By

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Our staff writers compiled a bulletin covering important events occurring in the world of Marketing Technology. This bulletin is the best source to glance through major MarTech developments last week.

Episerver Named a Leader Again in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management

Research Analysts Evaluated Episerver on Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision

Scroll Free September; An Ode to Mental Health

The Purpose of Scroll Free September Aims to Slowly Detach Us from Social Media. the Public Health Body Urges People to Take Back Control and Abstain from the Fixation

Monetate Names Stephen Collins as Chief Executive Officer

Collins to Drive Innovation in AI-Driven Personalization Solutions for the World’s Most Trusted Brands

OneTrust Leads Global Privacy Management Software Market: Ovum Report

Independent Research Film Ovum Has Named Privacy Management Software Company OneTrust as a Leader in the Market

Facebook Is Going the Extra Mile for User Data Security

Facebook Has Been Taking Massive Steps to Re-Strengthen Its Brand Reputation. Now, Facebook Wants Application Developers Subjected to a Stricter Application Review Process. Will Facebook Users Change Their Privacy Perceptions?

Zaius Segment Builder 2.0 Adds Flexible Customer Segmentation with a Simple CRM Interface

Zaius Introduced the New CRM Capabilities Help Marketers Drive More Revenues with Repeat Purchases Across Channels

DocuSign Set To Acquire SpringCM for $220 Million

SpringCM, a Sales Software Startup Is Being Acquired by DocuSign; A San Francisco Based Electronic Signature Company for Approximately $220 Million in Cash

Information Security – a Major Concern for Mid-Market Leaders: Deloitte Survey

Deloitte, in Its Sixth Annual Report, Explores Technology Trends That Drive Mid-Market and Private Companies in the Us Economy

Dynamic Yield Scoops $32 Million in Series D Funding to Head into First Personalization-Anywhere Space

Dynamic Yield Recently Named Leader by Gartner 2018 Magic Quadrant for Personalization Engines

Amazon Could Completely Move out of Oracle’s Database Software by 2020!

According to recent reports, Amazon could phase out of Oracle’s Database software by 2020. This news has stirred the Information Technology industry and has engaged Amazon and Oracle in a war of words.

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