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Ankur Jain

Senior Vice President, Strategy Lead, Cloud Platforms
Ankur Jain

Ankur joined Merkle in 2016 and leads the Cloud Strategy for Merkle. He is responsible for product innovation and creating go-to-market offerings for Cloud-based solutions at Merkle. He is instrumental behind shaping Merkle’s Cloud-First strategy, jumpstarting the Cloud practice, and formulating strategic partnerships.

Prior to joining Merkle, he was the co-founder and CTO of Archipelago IS, a Cloud-based Big Data Analytics services provider. Prior to Archipelago, he worked in senior leadership roles for Dell and America Online. Overall, he has about 20 years of data warehousing, analytics, and Big Data experience Ankur is based out of Austin, Texas and has a masters in information systems, and bachelors in chemical engineering.

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Cent-RAL-ize your Data for Fast Insights and Resolved Identities

Does your marketing team struggle with mountains of data from disconnected data sources? Is it a challenge to identify unique individuals across these data sources to fuel high-performing marketing campaigns? Does your organization lack the funding and IT support to stand up a centralized marketing database?
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Rapid Audience Layer - Merkle’s Entry-level and Affordable Data Management Solution

Does your marketing team struggle with mountains of data from disconnected data sources? Is it a challenge to identify unique individuals across these data sources to fuel high-performing marketing campaigns? Does your organization lack the funding and IT support to stand up a centralized marketing database?