Drawbridge and mParticle announce partnership
Drawbridge and mParticle have come together to offer companies a better, streamlined understanding of the customer journey.
San Mateo, CA: Drawbridge, the people-based identity management company, and mParticle, the leading customer data platform, today announced a partnership that gives brands, developers, and publishers a simplified workflow to enhance and extend their customer data by leveraging the scale and precision of the Drawbridge Connected Consumer Graph®.
This integration simplifies the way brands can share and interact with their data for the purpose of creating custom people-based identity graphs that can be used for such applications as targeted advertising, holistic attribution, content personalization, product recommendations, and more.
“Brands are focused on actionable pathways more than ever, because they recognize that the sooner they can get a more complete understanding of their customers, the sooner they can help drive better experiences across every channel,” said Bhumika Dadbhawala, Head of Business Development for Drawbridge. “That’s what makes this partnership so meaningful for brands and developers – mParticle can serve as the underlying conduit, and help kickstart the process of creating a custom graph.”
“mParticle’s mission is to help marketers create seamless, one-to-one experiences for their customers,” said Dave Myers, co-founder and COO of mParticle. “With this integration, marketers using mParticle and Drawbridge can create personalized experiences faster without consuming engineering resources.”
Drawbridge uses patented large-scale AI and machine learning technologies to build democratized data solutions that are driving the intersect between mar-tech and other categories with applications including advertising, personalization, content management, product recommendations, authentication, and risk detection.
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