Xaxis is a global digital media platform that programmatically connects
advertisers and publishers to audiences across all addressable channels. Xaxis combines proprietary technology, unique data assets and exclusive media relationships with the brightest team of audience analysts, data scientists and software engineers. Advertisers working with Xaxis achieve higher ROI from digital marketing campaigns. Publishers deliver relevant content and advertising to new and valuable audiences. Xaxis works with over 2,700 clients across 32 markets in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. For more information, visit www.xaxis.com.
matter who you are we make payments simple. We have experience with all sorts
of digital companies and work with them to achieve the best payment experience
resulting in increased revenue and efficiency.
you’re looking at emerging markets or consolidating an existing territory we
can help. We have global capabilities that give you the ability to expand
across the globe and do it with a payment partner that has been there before.
is the multi-award winning media
company that reaches over 42 million viewers per month.
UKTV¹s ten imaginative channel brands - Watch,
Dave, Gold, Alibi, Eden, Yesterday, Drama, Really, Home and Good Food - include
the most watched non-PSB channel, the most watched channel in the Factual genre
and the most watched channels in the Lifestyle genre (Pay and Free). The
company’s most recent financial results showed year-end revenue of ￡262m, and
operating profit at ￡71m.
UKTV has a truly innovative model, curating
brand-defining commissions, high-profile acquisitions and the very best of BBC
and Channel 4 content, and embracing technology to deliver inspired channels to
audiences through Freeview, Sky, Virgin Media, BT TV, TalkTalk, YouView, plus
direct On Demand digital services. The network distributes its highly valued
programmes to 200 territories around the world and supplies Sky with more hours
of HD content than anyone else.
Now celebrating its 21st year at the forefront of
digital television, UKTV - an independent commercial joint venture between BBC
Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. (SNI) - is proud to be the
only British broadcaster to be recognised by Best Companies.
Vodafone is one of the world's leading mobile communications providers, operating in more than 30 countries and in partnership with networks in over 40 more. Across the world, we have almost 360 million customers and around 19 million in the UK. We made the first ever mobile phone call on 1 January 1985 from our Newbury headquarters.
Our expert team manages the needs of over 50,000 users across 75 of the UK's largest media and broadcasting companies. Our communications solutions can help your business work more productively – by simplifying your core voice and data requirements, providing innovative workflow and applications and more.
Vodafone is the communications partner of choice for British business leading the way in innovation, quality and network and providing a range of voice, data services and business solutions. Vodafone UK is the leading unified communications provider for businesses of all sizes and we are the first mobile phone operator to be able to offer a truly converged service for fixed and mobile.
Vindicia, the true leader in enterprise-class subscription billing, was recently ranked the number one billing software solution on the market by Billing Software.com. Vindicia takes subscription billing to new levels. Vindicia combines cutting edge customer acquisition methods with advanced customer retention technologies, while maintaining unmatched scalability and 99.99% up-time. Vindicia has processed more than $6 billion globally and generates over $90 million in annual incremental revenue for clients. Our clients include Comcast, Turner Broadcasting, Telstra, MindCandy, IAC, Bloomberg, Vimeo and Next Issue Media. For more information visit www.vindicia.com. Follow us on Twitter @vindicia, “Like” us on facebook/vindicia, and read our blog at www.vindicia.com/blog.
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