[X+1], Inc.

[X+1], Inc.

[x+1], Inc. is a provider of digital marketing software used to manage and optimize various digital marketing programs, and provide decision tools for digital marketers. The company serves the financial, insurance, automotive, retail, gaming, telecommunications, online services and travel industries. Products include Origin Digital Marketing Hub, Origin DMP, Origin Media DSP, Origin Site and Origin Analytics.

Company Info

HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1999
Employees
120
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