What does Singular do?
Singular, is a unified marketing analytics platform which delivers cost aggregation, attribution, creative reporting and workflow automation all in one application, providing marketers access to unparalleled data granuility. The best things in all is getting started with this company and it does not need an SDK. Since its beginning in 2014, the company has analyzed and tracked over $3 B in digital marketing spending across industries including travel, commerce, entertainment, gaming and on demand services. The company’s unified marketing analytics platform is the only solution in the market which assembles the total marketing funnel for desktop and mobile marketers, interfacing with every digital marketing point solution and network needed for the current day marketers for operating at scale, combines attribution and cost aggregation data, workflow automation services and creative reporting in one platform.
How much Singular was funded?
The company raised $15M in Series A on November 10, 2016 from General Catalyst Partners, Translink Capital, Telstra Ventures and KDWC Ventures.
$5M on July 17, 2014 from General Catalyst Partners
What is next for Singular?
The company plans on using the latest funding raised for accelerating product development and supporting its international expansion.
More about Singular
Singular was founded in 2014 by Eran Friedman, Susan Kuo and Gadi Eliashiv. It has its headquarters in San Francisco, California. The company has offices in Middle East and Europe. The company helps empower data oriented marketers at companies such as Zynga, Twitter, Lyft and Macth.com. This platform connects disparate data from any digital marketing point solution provider for uncovering actionable marketing insights and ROI. The company has built the only unified marketing analytics platform for delivering cost aggregation, attribution, workflow automation, creative reporting all in just one app, providing marketers access for unmatched data granularity. To get started with this company one does not need an SDK.