MicroAd, Inc., a leading Online Ad Platform company in Japan, announced that it has been selected as a finalist for 2014 IBM Beacon Award
Online PR News – 25-February-2014 – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo, Japan – MicroAd, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "MicroAd"; Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Kentaro Watanabe) a leading Online Ad Platform company in Japan, announced that it has been selected as a finalist for 2014 IBM Beacon Award, which honor Business Partners, globally, for their information technology excellence, commitment to industry skills and expertise, and innovative solutions based on IBM technology and services.
“We are proud to have been selected as a Beacon Award Finalist.” said Kentaro Watanabe, CEO of MicroAd. "We will continue providing technical innovation to solve the problems of client marketing.”
"The Beacon Awards are a central and vital element of IBM's Business Partner recognition program," said Marc Dupaquier, General Manager, IBM Global Business Partners. "Recipients of these awards exemplify the ability to deliver business value to clients through innovative solutions, technical excellence and industry expertise."
The winners and Finalists in 27 Award categories were invited to present at the Partner World Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 10-13 2014.
We launched “MicroAd BLADE”, a Japanese DSP with RTB and have integrated it with major exchanges and SSP in June 2011. Currently, MicroAd BLADE has more than 5,000 Advertisers in Japan. With a global strategy for APAC regions, MicroAd has opened several offices in some countries such as China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and India.
About IBM Beacon Awards
The IBM Beacon Awards recognize IBM Business Partners who have delivered exceptional solutions using IBM products and services. By delivering innovative solutions proven to drive business value, Beacon Award winners help transform the way their clients, their industries and the world do business.
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