ONEcount

ONEcount

ONEcount is the only customer data platform (CDP) that includes DMP capabilities into a single, highly-integrated platform. Designed for media companies, the software features a powerful targeting engine that can be used to target content and banners against both behavior and identity.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1996
Employees
50
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