Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a discipline that uses computers and data to simulate the capabilities of the human mind, but much more quickly, at a scale and a speed that no human could ever achieve.
A data clean room is a secure, encrypted location where first-party data can be anonymized and matched with aggregated second-and-third-party data from trusted partners and publishers to perform analysis.
A DMP, or data management platform, is a software tool used primarily in advertising and marketing to build profiles of anonymous individuals, store summary data about each individual, and share their data with advertising systems.
Data masking is a technique for modifying data that allows authorized people or applications to use customer’s personal data while preventing or limiting its exposure or use by unauthorized people or applications, in an effort to improve data security and privacy.
Direct to consumer (DTC) is a sales strategy where manufacturers and CPG (consumer packaged goods) brands sell their products directly to their customers instead of selling them through retailers and wholesalers.
A first-party cookie collect user engagement data that a consumer directly has with a brand’s owned channels, like a direct-to-consumer website, chatbot, loyalty program, membership, or owned mobile app.
Low-code and no-code development refers to a set of platforms and software tools that enable enterprise developers and other non-developer employees (i.e., business users) to build web experiences and applications in a modular, drag-and-drop fashion.
A single customer view (SCV), also known as a Customer 360 view or a Unified Customer View, is a complete set of the data an organization has about a customer, which can be accessed in a single location.
A supply-side platform (SSP) is an adtech software that helps publishers and other advertisers automate the management, selling, and optimization of ad inventory (audio, video, display, mobile) on their web and mobile properties.