As seen in MediaPost. Centro, a provider of enterprise software for digital advertising, on Tuesday announced new features on its media-buying platform designed to improve the productivity of its service team for agencies and advertisers. Centro has integrated with major ad servers and the self-service buying platforms of major publishers to automatically access performance data. [...]
API Connections to Ad Servers and Messaging Modules Gives Media Professionals Speed and Capacity;Enables Centro’s Service Team to Improve Campaign Performance for Agencies and Advertisers Chicago – January 17, 2017 – Centro (www.centro.net), a provider of enterprise-class software for digital advertising, today announced features on its media-buying platform that boost the productivity of its service team [...]
"Regardless of how advertisers want to collect, store, and analyze first-party data, any programmatic advertising efforts require some form of a data strategy." Read more from Centro's Dan Raffe in MediaPost.
Mobile technology is changing the way people communicate and consume media. Marketers are well-advised to be open to experimenting with ways to connect to consumers meaningfully in this fast-paced, ever-evolving era. Read more from Centro's Ryan Manchee in CMO.com.
“As programmatic buyers get separated, they start to lose their ability to learn from one another,” said Scott Neslund, evp of client services at ad software developer Centro. “They only know programmatic buying for the account they are assigned, so you start to see a decrease in capability.” Read more in Digiday about the decentralization [...]
"If adopting automated technology leads to aligned teams, fewer errors in work, better performing campaigns, and greater client satisfaction, then why aren’t we leveraging technology to help us fix these parts? Why aren’t we, as an industry, putting people at the center of everything we do?" Read more from Centro's Scott Neslund in Cynopsis Media.
"Programmatic is an ever-evolving beast, and as we move into the new year, I predict it will mutate and infiltrate even more areas of media and advertising." Read more from Centro in iMedia.
"Viewers' means of watching may have changed, but their appetite for video content is still growing. Marketers are in an ideal position to refine TV campaigns. A better understanding of industry terms -- and how to reach people -- is the first step to dominating video advertising." Read more from Centro's Heather Robertson in iMedia.
"The cost of complexity goes beyond disputes over fees and the hassle of an audit. It’s eroded trust at a time when consumer expectations couldn’t be higher. Leveraging technology that sorts through the complexity of digital media operations can help agencies and advertisers achieve greater transparency and accountability — the foundation of any trusted partnership." [...]
"As the top sports leagues and entertainment providers consider the best ways to maintain and grow their audiences, they’ll look to digital platforms for innovative ideas. Advertisers must be prepared to adjust with their transformation, whether that’s through social or premium content channels." Read more from Centro's Aubry Parks-Fried in Adweek's Social Times.