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Mediaocean is still accepting entries to our Women in Tech scholarship. You can see more information about the scholarship here and check out the press release below.

 

We've recently integrated with FastPay to expedite the payment process in the advertising and marketing industries. Check out the full press release below, and see a full list of our Connect Partners on the Connect Partner Platform site today. 

 

Mediaocean is proud to announce our newest partnership with Bounce TV, bringing their inventory into our Spectra system so our clients can more effectively reach their target audience.

 

Over three quarters of Americans agree there are not enough women working in technology, according to new research released today by Mediaocean. This is in sharp contrast to the strong belief that more women in technology would increase creativity and innovation in the workplace (77 percent and 72 percent, respectively).

As a leading software provider for the global advertising world, with 36 percent of its jobs occupied by women, Mediaocean is officially launching its Women in Technology initiative to influence change and shape the future of the tech industry. With a focus on inspiring more women to make waves in technology, a key element of the initiative is the Mediaocean Scholarship Fund, which will support three women as they pursue their career in technology, with a $25k scholarship each.

According to the research, Americans believe there are fewer women in technology because there isn't enough social support (41 percent), women are less interested in working in tech fields (41 percent), and there is a hiring bias against women (40 percent). Interestingly, one-in-five agree tech is an unfriendly environment for women, and 17 percent considered tech to be "unfeminine."

"Our institutions, manufacturing plants, schools, and workplaces have been digitizing for the past few decades. In fact, there will be 1.4 million openings in tech jobs by 2018, but we don't have enough applicants to fill even 60 percent of those openings," said Maria Pousa, SVP Global Marketing at Mediaocean. "With Mediaocean's Women in Technology initiative and scholarship program, our goal is to engage women and help them acquire the skills necessary to be successful in this new era." 

Additionally:

• Nearly three quarters (73 percent) believe we should start fostering a passion for technology in women 12 years old and younger

• The best ways to encourage more women to break into the technology field are to:

• Raise awareness of career opportunities (87 percent)

• Provide more tech-focused classes in K-12 grades (85 percent)

• Change the perception of women in technology to be more positive (84 percent)

• With more women in technology, respondents believe the average household income would increase (82 percent)

• Women in Technology are most commonly described as intelligent (77 percent), focused (50 percent), and creative (47 percent)

"Diversity is a key factor in driving the success and innovation of technology companies," said Bill Wise, CEO of Mediaocean. "We are proud to be one of the first mid-sized businesses to offer such an initiative and want to encourage all companies to join this conversation and discuss what steps can be taken to ensure women are presented with the same opportunities as their male counterparts."

Scholarships will be awarded to three women pursuing a career in technology  
Open to current undergraduate and graduate students pursuing STEM degrees, Mediaocean hopes that this scholarship will spark interest and give three motivated women the opportunity to make their dream careers in tech a reality. Applicants must submit a short video answering the question, "What is your dream career in tech and how do you plan to achieve it?" by July 1, 2015. Videos will be narrowed down to 10 semi-finalists by a panel of esteemed women in technology, and the three winners will subsequently be chosen by public vote. For more information please visit: wit.mediaocean.com.

Mediaocean hosts Women in Technology panel at Internet Week 
Today, Mediaocean is hosting "To Lean or Not to Lean," a panel discussion at Internet Week in New York City with Ari Horie, Founder & CEO of Women's Start Up Lab, Despina Papadopoulos, Founder of Principled Design, Nicole Ellis, Managing Director of Solutions for Teach for America, and Shenan Reed, President of Digital, North America of MEC. Following the discussion, Mediaocean will host a networking event at Mediaocean headquarters for the public to continue discussions around women in technology with panelists and employees. Join the conversation by using #WomeninTech on Twitter.

Notes to Editor 
The survey was conducted on behalf of Mediaocean by market intelligence company AYTM.com – Ask Your Target Market, using an online sample of 3,000 U.S. respondents 18+ years old, sourced from AYTM's proprietary panels.

 

Mediaocean is proud to announce our newest partnership with Videa, bringing more speed, efficiency, and transparency to traditional local broadcast media transactions in Spectra.

 

Mediaocean is proud to announce our newest partnerships with iSpot.tv and never.no, bringing more campaign efficiency and insight to Optica users.

 

In this press release, we announce our partnership with Spotify, bringing their inventory into our Spectra system so our clients can better plan their campaigns across traditional and digital audio.

 

 

Mediaocean is proud to announce our newest partnership with Rentrak, bringing their television measurement ratings into our Spectra system to be used as currency. 

 

Mediaocean is proud to announce our newest partnership with YANGAROO, bringing our clients more choice for ad delivery vendors.

 

Mediaocean is proud to announce our newest partnership with Atlas by Facebook, bringing "people-based marketing" to Prisma users globally.

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Mediaocean, the leading software platform provider for the advertising world, today announced the integration of Atlas ad server within the Prisma platform. Following the recent re-launch of Atlas, this partnership now allows agencies to centrally manage all their Atlas campaigns from Mediaocean's largest agency digital advertising management platform.

With digital ad spend set to top $103 billion by 2019, the partnership provides users with new layers of campaign management efficiency without the need for separate systems or additional Prisma integrations. Agencies can access Atlas delivery data inside the Prisma platform, and leverage Prisma's robust campaign performance tools to manage the entire digital campaign lifecycle, from plan to order, campaign analysis and optimization, in one place.

In a recent study, 93 percent of marketers note they would run more cross-channel campaigns if they were able to effectively measure mobile advertising performance. Prisma users are now able to take advantage of Atlas' people-based metrics to accurately measure a consumer's activity across devices, revealing a better-attributed path to conversion.

Without having to depend on cookies, Prisma users can leverage the channel and conversion reporting, as well as measurement tools to more effectively plan and optimize campaigns. With Atlas technology and information gleaned from real people and actions – Prisma users have new insights to better reach and influence consumers across devices, platforms and publishers.

"Our primary focus is to create possibilities for a new advertising reality. Today, people spend more time on more devices than ever before, so it is crucial for brands to understand consumer's buying behaviors and their individual paths to conversion," said Erik Johnson, director, Atlas. "Working with partners like Mediaocean provides us with the scale to reach agencies and advertisers, and truly unlock real results for future marketing campaigns."

"The partnership with Facebook Atlas signals Mediaocean's continued vision of offering the industry a central converged ecosystem; media buyers can now access, digital and innovative cross-platform measurement tools from one single platform," said Bill Wise CEO, Mediaocean. "With multi-touch attribution, one of the key industry focuses for 2015, and consumers leaving breadcrumbs of information behind across multiple channels and devices, Atlas' data engine complements Prisma's robust campaign management solution to provide our clients with the necessary insights to create consistent and tailored end-user experiences."

Prisma is an open digital advertising management platform, powering every aspect of the media lifecycle and enabling agencies to effectively run campaigns across all channels. The Atlas integration follows Prisma's launching of Avails in 2014, enabling agencies to transact premium automated digital inventory at approved client and agency level rates, and repurchase thereafter with a single click, aligning agencies' workflow with their increasingly digital investment strategies.

 

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