Monetate and Criteo to Sponsor and Speak at AgilOne’s Second Annual Customer Data Platform Summit

Tuesday, 27. February 2018 15:00

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AgilOne, the leading Customer Data Platform for enterprise B2C brands, today announced that two key partners are sponsoring their Customer Data Platform Summit, which will be held on March 8, 2018, in New York. As part of their sponsorship, executives from Criteo and Monetate will participate in interactive panels and lead roundtable discussions, along with AgilOne customers, at the half-day event. 

“We are excited to sponsor and speak at AgilOne’s Customer Data Platform Summit,” said Maribeth Ross, SVP, Marketing for Monetate. “AgilOne is a strategic partner for Monetate, and the summit is an opportunity for us to join forces and speak directly to marketing leaders and executives, learning from them and sharing our experiences. With AgilOne, our integrated solution gives marketers greater customer intelligence and actionable insights, and we are excited to be part of their customer event.”

At the summit, Monetate’s Sr. Director of Strategy and Insights, Brett Bair will participate in the panel with AgilOne customers on “Cross-Channel Personalization Strategies That Work.” Criteo’s Vice President of Global Strategic Initiatives, Tim Rogers, will participate in a fireside chat focused on “Leveraging a Customer Data Platform to Optimize Acquisition and Ad Spend,” discussing specific AgilOne customer strategies and learnings on this topic.

“The summit provides a collaborative platform to share best practices for omni-channel marketing campaigns, and problem-solve against the challenges retailers face as they attempt to deliver seamless customer experiences at all touch-points,” said Len Ostroff, Vice President, Global Business Partnerships at Criteo. “Criteo and AgilOne have executed high-performance commerce marketing campaigns for top retailers, and we look forward to connecting with other industry leaders to share our learnings.”

The AgilOne Customer Data Platform Summit will take place at the Michael Kors Building in Soho from 11:30a.m. to 4:30p.m., followed by a cocktail reception. Registration is free of charge, and marketing, customer experience, and BI professionals from B2C enterprise brands are eligible to attend.

The summit will feature interactive roundtable discussions, presentations, and interactive panels from some of the largest and most innovative global brands, including TUMI, Clarks, DAVIDsTEA, and more, plus industry analyst and founder of the Customer Data Platform Institute David Raab.

“The AgilOne CDP Summit brings together today’s most innovative marketing executives,” said Omer Artun, CEO of AgilOne. “With the inclusion of our partner sponsors, we are able to deepen the conversation in a broader range of topics, giving attendees real-world, usable information through interactive participation with the industry’s best minds, across a wide spectrum of marketing practices.”

Click here to learn more about AgilOne’s Customer Data Platform Summit, see the detailed agenda, and register.

About AgilOne
AgilOne is the leading customer data platform for enterprise B2C companies. AgilOne's vision is to restore the personal relationships companies once had with customers before channel-specific marketing silos got in the way. AgilOne enables a single customer view through a best of breed identity resolution engine used on first party customer data. Machine learning and analytical algorithms enhance customer data and leveraged through real-time APIs and orchestrated across all touchpoints. AgilOne helps brands build authentic omni-channel customer relationships that maximize lifetime value. The AgilOne Customer Data Platform supports more than 150 brands worldwide including lululemon, Hugo Boss, Tumi, Joann, Schwan’s and Nine West.

Lori Scribner
pr@agilone.com

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