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Accipiter Continues to Demonstrate Industry Leadership in Growing Online Ad Market
LONDON, UK and RALEIGH, NC – April 13, 2005 – Accipiter Solutions, Inc., an online advertising technology leader since 1996, today announced the company posted a strong first quarter, pulling in key customer wins, tier/version upgrades, and existing customer contract renewals. Accipiter’s solid growth follows on the heels of a recent Deutsche Bank and MediaPost study showing that online ad spending continued to grow at a robust pace in the first quarter of this year. Strong results indicate that online advertising continues to grow and Accipiter is poised as the industry leader to take full advantage of this developing trend.
Total ad impressions served by Accipiter technologies surges to over 50 billion per month
The number of ad impressions served by AdManager Hosted increased by more than 15% over the previous quarter. In total, 24 Accipiter customers renewed their contractual agreements in the first quarter of 2005, increasing the number of ad impressions served using Accipiter technology to over 50 billion per month.
“2005 has gotten off to a very good start from a customer standpoint,” says Jeff Wood, vice president of sales and account management for Accipiter. “With such a strong start to the year, we have set ourselves up to grow our customer and revenue base by an even greater margin during the second quarter of this year.”
Growing company requires additional personnel
Accipiter has used its recent funding to hire additional personnel in sales, marketing, development, and finance. The company recently added a new CFO, a Director of Marketing, as well as a Director of East Coast Sales and Director of West Coast Sales to its growing roster of employees. By filling a Lead Generator position in its UK office and making additional hires in development and accounting, Accipiter has increased the total number of employees by almost 25% worldwide so far this year.
Increased marketing efforts serve to amplify industry awareness
With the addition of a Marketing Director and the hiring of VisionPoint Media, a full-service marketing solutions agency, Accipiter is well on its way to increasing industry awareness and guiding the marketing of new technologies currently under development. Immediate marketing efforts are focused on Accipiter’s participation in the upcoming AD:TECH 2005 event to be held April 25th-27th in San Francisco as well as the upcoming AdManager V8 launch and next release of VIBE. Plans to completely update the Accipiter Web site are also in the works this quarter.
Based in Raleigh, North Carolina and London, UK, Accipiter, an online advertising technology leader since 1996, empowers Web publishers and media networks to maximize revenue and reduce operating costs through innovative online ad management and behavioral targeting technologies. Accipiter’s industry-leading products provide effective campaign management and optimization, accurate inventory forecasting, up-to-the-minute reporting, precise audience targeting, and the ability to easily deliver and track any rich media format…all in real-time. With more than 350 customers worldwide, over 50 billion online ads are served each month using Accipiter technologies. Accipiter’s experienced staff delivers solutions, services, and world-class support that help customers future proof their investments as their business needs evolve. For more information, please visit www.accipiter.com.
AdManager and VIBE are trademarks of Accipiter Solutions, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks or service marks of the company with which they are associated.
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Published on: 12:00AM on 13th April 2005