Oracle is boosting its media and advertising measurement capabilities with the acquisition of Moat, a digital measurement firm.
Moat will join Oracle Data Cloud, which uses data and analytics to enhance media for marketers and publishers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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The acquisition creates a comprehensive cloud platform for marketing data and analytics. According to the official spiel, the combination of Oracle and Moat will connect data to consumer attention for better media experiences and business outcomes.
With the Moat acquisition, Oracle Data Cloud now offers brands and publishers a full suite of targeting and measurement solutions to improve the outcome of virtually every type of digital advertising campaign.
Moat will remain an independent platform within Oracle Data Cloud, providing trusted measurement, analytics, and intelligence to the world’s largest brands including Nestle, Procter & Gamble, and Unilever, and leading publishers such as ESPN, Facebook, NBCUniversal, Snapchat, and YouTube.
“I am thrilled to welcome CEO Jonah Goodhart and the entire Moat team to Oracle Data Cloud,” said Eric Roza, SVP and GM of Oracle Data Cloud.
“Moat has grown its attention analytics business by over 100 per cent in the past year, providing actionable insights around viewability, brand safety, non-human traffic, and ad creative to over 600 publisher, brand and agency clients.”
Oracle said it will continue to invest in Moat and to include more functionality and capabilities, brought to market at a quicker pace.
“It is with great enthusiasm that we join forces with Oracle Data Cloud,” said Jonah Goodhart, CEO and Co-Founder of Moat. “When Oracle approached us about working together, we began to see the huge potential to jointly drive innovation. At our core, we believe there is an opportunity to fundamentally improve marketing and storytelling by brands and publishers through better data and analytics.”