​Marketron Launches Integration Suite

The Marketron Integration Suite leverages open APIs, connectors, and custom integrations to give customers the ability to consolidate disparate data sources into a single ecosystem. In doing so, the Marketron says it will helpsusers to reduce bottlenecks, realize greater visibility, and drive increased revenue.

“The Marketron Integration Suite enables our customers to save time by automating daily tasks, bringing digital and linear orders into one system and accessing better reports all while building a best-in-breed technology stack,” said Jimshade Chaudhari, SVP of product development at Marketron. “The ability for customers to use their data wherever they want, within our ecosystem and beyond, is invaluable in enabling more efficient, agile, and informed operations.”

The suite consists of: open APIs, connectors, and custom integrations: Open APIs within the suite enable customers to access their data on their own. Connectors serve as prebuilt integrations into top business platforms many media organizations already use today, such as customer relationship management (CRM) platforms. With these prebuilt connectors, Marketron takes care of setup, management, and maintenance.

Customers can also take advantage of custom integrations, collaborating with Marketron’s data architects to strategize solutions that address their specific objectives.

“Data is transformational, and our clients succeed when their data is accessible and available across all the platforms they use. The Marketron Integration Suite makes this a reality, and data integration will continue to be a core focus of Marketron solutions moving forward,” added Chaudhari.

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