Integral Ad Science has acquired Amino Payments, whose solutions focus on transparency in programmatic advertising
Integral Ad Science (IAS) has acquired Amino Payments to further its aim to deliver the set of programmatic transparency solutions for marketers, including its Total Visibility product which provides insight into digital media quality and corresponding supply path costs.
“Programmatic advertising continues to grow at a tremendous pace, and with this acquisition, we’re bringing comprehensive transparency to the entire industry,” expressed the CEO of IAS, Lisa Utzschneider, and added, “By welcoming Amino Payments to IAS, we will unleash the full potential of programmatic advertising for marketers who need their campaigns to be highly effective and cost-efficient.”
In April 2020, IAS and Amino Payments partnered to launch Total Visibility, which offers advertisers impression-level financial insights and media quality verification to optimize campaigns in real-time. With today’s acquisition, IAS accelerates its investments into programmatic transparency solutions. Available globally, Total Visibility helps advertisers determine media quality including viewability, fraud, and brand safety, by offering critical insights and control to optimize campaigns toward supply paths that deliver cost-efficient and high-quality media. Total Visibility is now an IAS brand, while the Amino Payments brand will be retired.
“As even more digital media is transacted programmatically, the need for transparency will continue to be critical for advertisers,” said the CEO of Amino Payments, Will Luttrell.
“The Amino Payments team is thrilled to join IAS, the market leader in verification, to pursue a joint vision to bring unprecedented transparency into programmatic advertising,” added Luttrell.
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