|By Marketwired .||
|November 30, 2016 01:00 AM EST|
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 11/30/16 -- Datorama, a global marketing analytics innovator, today announced that it has been designated a Deloitte Israel Fast 50 Rising Star. The Rising Star ranking is based on 2014 and 2015 revenue growth rates, in which Datorama achieved an impressive 211 percent figure. This follows Datorama being named a 2015 Rising Star recipient with a two-year revenue growth rate of 694 percent for 2013 and 2014.
The Deloitte Rising Star acknowledgement is given to businesses for their revenue potential, scalability and innovative capabilities. Rising Star companies have the potential to develop into successful businesses that stand out from their competitors.
Datorama's Marketing Integration Engine provides an end-to-end marketing analytics solution for business users that combines an industry-leading data integration capability with patent-pending dynamic data modeling, productized campaign management tools, intuitive data visualization, and advanced analytics that power unified reporting for real-time data analysis and insights. Datorama helps enterprises, agencies, publishers and platforms centralize all their respective marketing data through the power of machine learning (AI) technology, while providing the agility to experiment and manage change -- two hallmarks of today's data-driven marketing environment.
Datorama works with more than 2,000 brands, and over 300 agencies, publishers and technology companies. Global customers include L'Oréal, Foursquare, Yahoo! JAPAN, GoDaddy and many more. Recently, in a commissioned study by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Datorama, Forrester discovered a Total Economic Impact benefit over $9.8MM for a single enterprise. In addition, Datorama was identified as a 2016 Gartner Cool Vendor in Data-Driven Marketing, in part, due to the Marketing Integration Engine's functionally distinct capability.
"There is something truly remarkable about the Israeli companies on this list. They do not just have good ideas. These companies have much more. They hold a strong group of people driving them forward on all levels of business with great innovation, quality and motivation," said Shally Tshuva, Technology, Media & Telecommunications Industry Leader at Deloitte Israel. "This vision and team work is why Datorama made it on the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Rising Star ranking both in 2015 and 2016."
"I know I speak on behalf of the entire Datorama team when I say that we're thrilled to have been recognized as a Deloitte Fast 50 Rising Star for the second year in a row," said Ran Sarig, Co-founder and CEO, Datorama. "Although we're humbled by this honor, the team continues to elevate Datorama's positioning in the crowded marketing technology landscape. Deloitte's accolade serves as yet another signal to the market that we're delivering real results for our customers while maintaining our growth momentum."
Datorama is a global marketing analytics company providing the world's first Marketing Integration Engine for enterprises, agencies, publishers and platforms. Datorama's software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform gives marketers the ability to connect all of their data sources together, whether it's a handful or hundreds, to form a single source of truth for more efficient reporting, better decision making and total control over their marketing performance. Datorama's best-in-class combination of end-to-end data management, machine learning (AI) technology, and high-performance architecture makes it simple for data-driven marketers of all experience levels to connect, unify, analyze and act on all of their marketing data.
Datorama powers marketing analytics for thousands of leading organizations and has a global presence with 14 offices worldwide. To learn more about Datorama, please visit: www.datorama.com.
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