US Publisher Forum, San Diego - See what the sponsors are looking forward to!
Read part one of the US Publisher Forum sponsor's testimonials when we asked them:
"What are you most looking forward to at the 25th US Publisher Forum, San Diego?"
The Rubicon Project team is looking forward to connecting with customers & discussing market challenges. Our team is excited about taking a deep-dive into the mechanics of RTB and providing insight all publishers should be armed with in today’s landscape.
OpenX is delighted to sponsor the evening cocktail reception on Sunday and get the AdMonsters Publisher Forum in San Diego off to a great start! Raj and Terrence will be around throughout the duration of the forum to answer any questions you have about OpenX, the world's leading independent provider of digital advertising technology. We're looking forward to conversation and discussion with leading online publishers' ad operations and technology teams.
aiMatch: We are excited to be a part of adMonsters and are looking forward to hearing from the leadingpublishers on how they view the market, changes, new ideas, tools they need, and how they plan to scale their business in the near term.
Operative is looking forward to hearing from one of our first Operative.One customers! AMI’s Meghan Smith will be talking about how her team is using our new platform for inventory management on Monday at 13:45.
Maxifier welcomes all the Monsters and looks forward to a great show! We look forward to meeting you all and talking about why Every Campaign is a Performance Campaign.
eXelate is looking forward to the opportunity to learn more about how publishers are innovating their data strategy and creating infrastructure to support goals and operational efficiency. We are eager to discuss the challenges that prevent publishers from marketing their data, as well as the success stories of Ad Operations leaders leveraging first-party data to improve customer relationships and drive revenue.
Adometry: AdMonsters is our favorite conference of the year, several of us have attended AdMonsters as members in the past, and we always love talking ad ops with people who have similar experiences. We're there now as a sponsor both because we want to support the ad ops community, but also because we love sharing the products we've built based on our experiences within ad operations groups at large publishers. We built TagScan to address the problems that we, and our friends, experienced with trying to test 3rd party tags and get some visibility into what companies are involved and how they impact the publisher.
Stay tuned for Part 2 of sponsor testimonials!