You know who else isn’t a CDP? Sprinklr. They’ve added a “Social DMP” to the social advertising module of their social media management system. Their language is distinctly CDP-ish: “Quickly unify unstructured CRM lists, offline data, and streaming data across multiple databases and any social channel”. But look closer and you see they’re creating audience segments, not tracking individuals. That’s what distinguishes DMPs from CDPs. Kudos to Sprinklr for getting the name right.