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VMob takes out international big data award

VMob takes out international big data award


New Zealand mobile marketing SaaS Vendor, VMob, has won the prestigious Emerging Market award at the I-COM Big Data Venture Challenge in Seville, Spain.
Beating out twelve finalists from seven countries around the globe, VMob was applauded for their innovative use of big data across a number of heavyweight international clients including McDonalds, Exxon and DDB.

The Emerging Market award recognises the use of big data to create a competitive advantage and drive bottom line impact for clients.

VMob CEO, Scott Bradley said the award highlights the importance of big data in business today and delivering measurable business results with the data.
“As VMob moves from strength to strength in the global market, we are committed to delivering measurable results that significantly impact bottom line revenue for our clients using VMob’s proven software technology.”

Award winners were judged by a jury and board of advisors, totalling twenty eight industry experts including the largest global digital agencies and data-driven marketing specialists from around the world including senior executives from: Xaxis (USA), Carat Global Management (UK), Apsara Ventures (USA), SapientNitro (Germany), Ogilvy & Mather (USA), Amazon China, Annalect Group/Omnicom (USA), KISSmetrics (USA), BrightTag EMEA (UK), Microsoft (USA), Mediabrands Audience Platform (USA), Bois Capital (USA), CALAO Finance (France), Europe Digital Ventures (Spain) and IPG Mediabrands (Singapore).

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