December 14, 2016

Neustar Bought for $2.9 Billion, Conversica Raises $34 Million, ownerIQ Takes $6 Million

Information Vendor Neustar Sold to Private Investors at $2.9 Billion Value

Neustar

Neustar leveraged a business in telephone number management to become a major identity and marketing data provider.  Now the company is being acquired by a private investment group for $33.50 per share in cash, a value of approximately $2.9 billion. Private equity firms have recently been the most active buyers of marketing technology, as public markets reduce their valuations and strategic buyers seem to be satisfied with their current holdings.

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AI-Powered Sales Assistant Conversica Adds $34 Million Funding

Conversica

Conversica provides artificial-intelligence-powered sales assistants that converse with prospects on routine matters like setting up appointments, so human sales people can do more important things.  They don’t call themselves a chatbot so I guess I shouldn’t either.  The company just raised $34 million, bringing its total funding since 2013 to $56 million.

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ownerIQ Raises $6 Million to Grow Second-Party Data Marketplace

PR Newswire

OwnerIQ helps companies share their own (first party) customer data with each other, thereby creating second party data that can be used to target digital advertising.  The comany just closed $6 million in funding and may take more. 

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