BELLEVUE, WA--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2014) - Hipcricket, Inc. (
Sponsored by Seattle Business magazine, the Tech Impact Awards recognize companies in the state of Washington that are using technology to significantly impact business, industry or society. The nominations will be judged by a team of technology experts and leaders in and around the Seattle-area.
"Through our ten years of experience we have commercialized many innovative technology solutions to enable brands to interact with consumers in a relevant and personalized manner," said Doug Stovall, president and chief operating officer at Hipcricket. "It is truly an honor to be recognized as a finalist for the Tech Impact Awards especially in Seattle, which is considered to be one of the world's leading mobile tech and innovation hubs. Being included alongside such a prestigious group of companies is a true indicator of Hipcricket's leadership in the mobile marketing and advertising space."
Hipcricket's AD LIFE platform enables brands and agencies to immediately reach their customers at key moments by triggering mobile marketing and advertising campaigns based on a customer's behavior, precise location, mobile lifecycle and more. The level of detail collected by the platform transforms how brands engage with consumers by delivering the right information, at the right time, to the right device.
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