The topic of identity management has been brought to the fore in numerous guises in 2018: from omnichannel marketing, to GDPR, unique IDs, to navigating user identity and measurement through walled gardens. Keith Petri, CSO of Screen6, shares his views on what will constitute ‘identity’ in 2019 on ExchangeWire, along with other experts in the space.
Much is being said today about cookie consortiums, the move to server side header bidding and how this impacts match rates. This piece on MarTech Advisor by Keith Petri, CSO of Screen6, addresses all three aspects of the debate.
Amsterdam-based Screen6, a provider of cross-device identity graphs, is out with a new solution that it says can help solve the problem of cookie matching — but without cookies. The Dutch company says its solution can work across a variety of devices, including Over-the-Top (OTT) TV and cookie-challenged mobile devices.
Screen6 laucnhes idSync to solve the match rate challenge and is built to drive better results than today’s server-side syncs. idSync is the only server-to-server solution that precisely matches identifiers between ad tech platforms and exchanges to resolve user identity across desktop, mobile, and cookieless environments such as OTT connected TV and the Internet of Things.
Screen6 announced the launch of idSync, a new data syncing technology that precisely matches IDs between multiple datasets offline. idSync is not reliant on traditional cookie syncing to connect datasets but instead operates independently between platforms to support device matching and ID resolution for optimal match rates.
The emergence of header bidding is further frustrating the efforts of independent ad tech with lower match rates caused by the move from client-side to server-side syncs. Adweek features Screen6’s idSync as the solution to obtain optimal match rates between clients and siloed datasets.
Screen6 launches idSync, a new data syncing technology that precisely matches IDs between multiple datasets offline. idSync is not reliant on traditional cookie syncing to connect datasets, but instead operates independently between platforms to support device matching and ID resolution for optimal match rates.
As cookies have become the default mechanism to identify users anonymously on the internet, there has been a significant increase in the number of trackers that load when a person visits a website. The result has been increasingly bad user experiences, characterized by longer page loads and frequent load errors.
Today, platforms are heavily reliant on cookie-syncing in order to communicate about a common user. In this Knowledge Hub Video, Sharon Beynon, Technical Lead at Screen6, dives into how cookie-syncs work and why match rates are an important figure to understand.
Fresh data enables marketers to ensure their digital efforts are targeting consumers with the greatest inclination to purchase. Keith Petri, CSO of Screen6, explains the importance of data freshness and how it impacts campaign results.