Amplero was recently featured in the Huffington Post article, "11 Startups that Prove Deep Learning and AI are Changing Marketing Forever," by tech journalist Travis Wright.
Discussing the companies and products driving the AI revolution in 2017, Wright ranked Amplero in the number one spot in a list that included DeepSee and Affinio.
See below for an excerpt from the Huffington Post:
So far, 2017 has been the year of AI/Machine Learning startups for marketing, search, content and social media. It’s been fascinating to see all of the new companies popping up. Each week on the VentureBeat VB Engage podcast, it seems that Stewart Rogers and I are talking about yet another new startup that is using AI, deep learning, or bots to help it perform tasks that help make marketers more proficient in their campaigns, planning, or content.
Recently at SXSW, Entrepreneur mogul, Mark Cuban, stated that the world’s first trillionaire will be an artificial intelligence entrepreneur. Will he be correct?
Let’s talk about a few startups in deep learning and artificial intelligence that have recently popped up on my radar at VentureBeat.
Read the full article here.
Headquartered in Seattle, Amplero is an Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM) company that enables business-to-consumer (B2C) marketers at global brands to optimize customer lifetime value at a scale that is not humanly possible.
Unlike traditional rules-based marketing automation systems, Amplero’s Artificial Intelligence Marketing Platform leverages machine learning and multi-armed bandit experimentation to dynamically test thousands of permutations to adaptively optimize every customer interaction and maximize customer lifetime value and loyalty.
With Amplero, marketers in competitive, customer-obsessed industries like telecom, banking, gaming and consumer tech are currently seeing measurable lift across key performance indicators—including 1-3% incremental growth in customer topline revenue and 3-5x lift in retention rates.
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