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Daily MarTech Roundup: The 5 Coolest Things in Marketing and Sales Today

Today’s Daily MarTech Round-up covers latest in Cloud, Marketing Analytics, Automation, Customer experience AI and ML announcements from ParTech, Inc (PAR), IDC, S&P Global Market Intelligence (S&P), Aurora Mobile Limited and Mastercard. Agilence Integrates with PAR Technology’s Cloud-Based Brink POS® Software ParTech, Inc (PAR), a leading global provider of point of sale (POS) software and integrated technical solutions to the restaurant and retail industries and wholly-owned subsidiary of PAR Technology…

S&P Global Market Intelligence Enters into Strategic Alliance to Transition IR Webhosting Business to Q4 Inc.

Clients Will Benefit From Q4’s World-Class IR Services, Technology and Solutions S&P Global Market Intelligence (S&P), a division of S&P Global and provider of data, essential insights, and powerful analytics, and Q4 Inc. (Q4), a leading global provider of cloud-based investor relations solutions, announced a strategic alliance to transition S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Investor Relations (IR) webhosting business to Q4. “This strategic alliance with Q4 will not only better serve our clients webhosting…

S&P Global Market Intelligence launches Textual Data Analytics through Xpressfeed

Sentiment Scores and Behavioral Metrics from Textual Data Analytics Offer Alternative Data-Sets to Make Informed Investment Decisions S&P Global Market Intelligence announced the launch of Textual Data Analytics (TDA), a sophisticated new data offering which applies Natural Language Processing to generate sentiment scores and behavioral metrics based on company transcripts. TDA makes it possible for businesses and investors to incorporate more qualitative measures of company performance into their investment…

Cord-Cutting Trend Expected to Nearly Double Broadband-Only Homes in US over the Next Five Years

Broadband Households Without Legacy Multichannel Expected to Hit over 40 Million by 2023 Broadband-only households are set to grow from 23.3 million in 2018 to 40.8 million by 2023, according to estimates from Kagan, a media research group within S&P Global Market Intelligence. "The steep upward trend of due to 'cord-cutting' is not surprising given the abundance of online video services on the market, although this could be a circular argument, with more companies jumping on the streaming video bandwagon in…