Data at Work

The world of data and its many applications. This blog will help you learn how visionary companies are utilising external data to enhance business operations.

Using location data to scale ad-tech and measure OOH performance

Offline or online, advertising is all about getting the right message out to the right people at the right time, and mobile location data can be instrumental to your goals.

Marketing agencies and teams across various sectors are recognizing the value of mobile location data. They are using it to build targeted campaigns, gauge competition, measure campaign performance, and optimize spending. Mobile location data can help businesses maximize ROI on their marketing and advertising spending, especially in offline campaigns that are harder to measure than digital efforts.

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Why advertisers should learn to love location data

At Quadrant, we are passionate about location data – and we want you to be, too. We’re proud of our marketing-leading platform, built on the blockchain, which maps and authenticates data making it easier to buy and sell authentic data feeds.

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Case Study: Reaching Consumers In Motion with Accuracy and Scalability

Quadrant is working with Quorum Outdoor, U.S. based data-driven solutions provider focused on the out-of-home(OOH) advertising space.

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Press Release: Quorum Partnership

 Quadrant, the platform that maps and authenticates data making it easier to buy and sell quality, authentic data feeds, announced that it is providing out-of-home (OOH) advertising solution provider Quorum with authenticated, filtered location data to accurately target the consumer in motion.

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Let’s Get Personal -- How Advertisers Use Location Data

“It is an undeniable statement that programmatic advertising is going to take over.”

That is what Quadrant Data Scientist Roger Ganga told an audience at company headquarters in Singapore during our latest network event. And the facts speak loudly for themselves: the proportion of marketing campaigns run through programmatic advertising soared from 17 percent to 28 percent in just a year.

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