Google Snags Attribution Firm Adometry To Beef Up Google Analytics Premium
Today, Google announced it is acquiring marketing analytics and attribution platform, Adometry.
“Google Analytics Premium and its hundreds of customers, will now have an additional set of tools to accomplish their business and marketing goals,” said Paul Muret, VP of engineering for Google Analytics.
The Austin-based firm will continue to operate independently for the short term, but will eventually its team members will join the Google Analytics team. The focus, initially at least, is to incorporate Adometry’s powerful attribution modeling capabilities into Google Analytics Premium.
Adometry’s current customers, which include brands such as Levi’s, Lord & Taylor, Charles Schwab, Farmers Insurance and Hyundai as well as large agencies like MediaVest, Digitas Rise Interactive, iProspect and Optimedia.
While current contracts will be honored, “Longer-term, we’re excited to collaborate with our new colleagues at Google, including the Google Analytics Premium team, to offer great attribution solutions for both our customers and theirs,” explained Adometry CEO Paul Pellman in a separate release.
Exactly how the two technologies will be stitched together is unclear at this point, but certainly Adometry brings a more robust attribution solution to Google along with deep understanding in solving complex analytics and attribution challenges for sophisticated clients.
The initial focus is on integration with Google Analytics Premium, the paid version of Google’s analytics solution. After that, the way the Adometry team and technology fit into a broader role remains to be ironed out.
Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
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