The MarTech Minute: A Vatican partnership, a name change and new hires
The martech week in review: News and announcements in marketing technology this week that you might have missed
It’s a holiday week, but we are still seeing some exciting moves in the martech world.
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HG Data announces new app
The app is available on the Salesforce AppExchange. The Lightning Data app allows customers to access technographics in Salesforce.
Dataxu launches Open AI for Ads
The product uses artificial intelligence to provide analytics to help marketers drive performance and reduce time on campaign management. The first algorithm included in the product is powered by Oracle Data Cloud.
Dentsu Aegis Network acquires DWA
The deal is the latest addition to the group’s B2B capability. The new business will be branded “DWA, a Merkle company.”
TermScout is now SaleScout
The B2B data solutions company said the rebrand better aligns with its mission. Chris Lynde was named CEO and Steve Helle was named senior vice president of operations and technology as part of the announcement.
Accenture Interactive partners with the Vatican
The Ministry of Communications of the Vatican has appointed Accenture Interactive to help design and deliver its new communications system called Vatican News.
Wochit appoints Colm Curneen as director of business development. He was formerly director of business development at Storyful.
Shopin hires Doron Wesly as chief marketing officer. He will head up marketing strategy and operations. Wesly was most recently at Lotame.
Carbon Black announced its appointment of Cate Lochead to senior vice president of marketing. Lochead was most recently CMO at MariaDB.
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