idio

idio

Idio powers customer conversation, driving insight, engagement and revenue for marketers worldwide. The company's Content Intelligence platform identifies patterns in customer's content consumption in order to understand their interests, predict their intent, and achieve engagement in the marketing, sales and service environments.

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HQ Location
United Kingdom
Year Founded
2006
Employees
50
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