Broadsign, a leader in digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising, and Illumin, a digital advertising company, have teamed up to transform the industry. The collaboration will offer an extensive and cohesive cross-channel marketing solution. Broadsign wants to incorporate Illumin’s journey advertising solution into its supply-side platform. The partnership will provide advertisers with a connected and user-friendly canvas.
This agreement will give Illumin access to international DOOH inventory and serve as a cross-channel marketing resource. In the era of full-funnel strategies, the decision was timely. Broadsign’s SSP platform’s commerce, roadside, and other DOOH advertising formats will now be available to agencies and brands operating in 15 countries. These cross-platform campaigns will include TV, display, native, video, and CTV advertisements.
User interfaces will be easier to streamline the audience-targeting process by merging technologies. They will be able to target potential customers from brand recognition to brand evaluation at every stage of the funnel. These cutting-edge features will ease the process of reaching their target audiences.
And that’s what they said
Andrey Feldman, Vice President of Products at illumin shared,
DOOH has grown to become a critical part of journey marketing, so as we continue to look to the future, expanding our platform to include this important facet of programmatic advertising is crucial. The ability to plan, optimize, and measure in one place is unique to illumin, and when it comes to adding DOOH to our platform, we want to partner with the best, making Broadsign an obvious choice. It’s a testament to our continued commitment to help redefine the industry’s cross-channel journey.
John Dolan, VP, Global Head of Media Sales and Services of Broadsign stated,
Exceeding marketer objectives requires a broad but focused approach, making cross-channel advertising with DOOH a smart strategy. We’re excited to team up with illumin to bring this unique channel and all it has to offer to its media buyer base.