Mark Fruehan on industry standard solutions that are quick, precise, and highly relevant to enterprises in the retail landscape.
With Verve’s offerings, the company can even leverage data to analyze and to anticipate what a consumer is going to do next, and what will inspire them. “We are going to drive persistently and be a player in the industry, and we are going to build upon that trust, and our experience in the industry,” says Mark Fruehan, Executive Vice President, Enterprise and Platforms, at Verve. “For retailers, claiming turf is about identifying moments to make meaningful contact with now and future customers. We do that by understanding what they love the most, and permissions-granted data help show us what those things are and will be.”
Data analytics plays a massive role in the future of the local and hyperlocal advertising space, and retailers are looking to take full advantage of its capabilities.
Pursuant to innovation, with the announcement of the launch of 5G technology, Fruehan said the team at Verve is excited to develop and provide next-generation mobile experiences. Speed and bandwidth are the names of the game for any data-reliant technology, and 5G’s data-speeds and capacities will allow for increasingly immersive and responsive experiences for consumers. Technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality are amongst what Verve is looking to incorporate to enhance their mobile offerings. Beyond the on-screen experience, the accuracy and precision with which mobile marketers can target, reach, and analyze campaigns will improve thanks to 5G as well. With its consumer-centric business model, Verve is fostering exactly these kinds of rich and robust dialogues, putting the mobile user at the center of the brand conversation and bringing its own extraordinary experience to bear within the market place — a decade-plus in the making — to stay steps ahead of their competitors as the 5G future arrives.
A Q&A on the important relationships between innovation, technology, and the healthy workplace.
CDPR on a federal level, as opposed to state-by-state parameters, should not pose a threat to business.
Our industry needs to embrace data transparency coupled with consumer control and consent.