RevJet’s Enterprise-Grade Apps Will Now Easily Integrate with Taboola, Outbrain, and Oath
RevJet, the pioneer in developing an enterprise-level SaaS platform especially for targeted advertising, has announced the addition of new connectors and social apps in its ever-growing app platform.
Now, Fortune 500 marketers will be able to easily manage strategy, analytics, publishing and creation of creative marketing campaigns. What is even better is that these new developments are also available for users of Taboola, Outbrain, and Oath. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Snapchat are already a part of RevJet’s platform — these new applications only add up to its suite. Along with this announcement, by leveraging FlightDeck, RevJet’s customers can easily optimize and analyze their omnichannel strategies.
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“By launching our new Taboola, Outbrain, and Oath connector apps in the RevJet AppXchange, we continue to deliver on RevJet’s core promise to empower Fortune 500 marketers with everything they need to craft and manage meaningful, engaging digital customer experiences across all digital advertising delivery formats, and for all of their target audiences — with the world’s only comprehensive, enterprise-grade SaaS ad experience infrastructure,” said Mitchell Weisman, RevJet Founder and CEO.
RevJet’s AppXchange allows marketers to better connect with critical services that they use for their creative strategy and management. Then be it creating complex animations of brilliant creatives for social media — modern marketers can leverage the expansive SaaS platform for their work.
RevJet’s AppXchange Offerings
- App-powered advanced Artifical Intelligence.
- Creation apps that encapsulate video, social, display and native.
- DCO apps along with programmatic and personalization apps.
- High-speed optimization apps for creativity.
- Approval and creative workflow apps.
- Forever Memory and Data Visualization apps.
Thanks to their capabilities, RevJet was named a leader for Creative Advertising Technologies for Q4 of 2018 by Forrester Wave.
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