Dream Agility’s cutting-edge software has taken another step forward with the announcement that its users can now access Rakuten and Affiliate Window through its market-leading platform. The platform uses complex mathematics and algorithms to enable online advertisers to control and optimise their spend, conversion and ROI.
Dream Agility already supports Google Shopping and Bing, as well as a number of other smaller marketplaces. Now Rakuten and Affiliate Window have been added to that list, and further marketplaces are due to be connected in the coming weeks.
A beta trial for the platform connecting with eBay is already underway with a select group of clients. And integration with Amazon is due for imminent release following extensive work and testing from Dream Agility’s development team.
Dream Agility chief technology officer Glyn Powditch said: “This latest step shows how we’re continuing to evolve and move forward. We’ve not yet found a product that can match our results on Google Shopping.
“Our development team has now made tremendous progress over the last few weeks and we’re delighted that we can now offer support and insight across Rakuten and Affiliate Window. “Users of our platform are now able to integrate with dozens of marketplaces, including some of the biggest in the world. “And the level of insight that our platform offers at the touch of a button means clients can effortlessly use our mathematics and technology to drive higher returns and remove specific adverts that do not offer a return.”
Dream Agility’s capabilities were recently recognised by Google – this week Dream Agility founders Elizabeth Clark and Glyn Powditch will fly to Berlin, Germany, for an awards ceremony celebrating the top 150 agencies across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. musicMagpie and Ribble Cycles are among those who have recently signed up with Dream Agility.
The platform also helped pump specialists Anchor Pumps secure its best ever month just eight weeks after partnering with Dream Agility.
Dream Agility is a multi-million pound software company based in Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester. It is backed by software tycoon Derek Lilley, whose previous ventures include restaurant chains Est Est Est, Restaurant Bar & Grill, and Piccolino, as well as SaaS platform Fourth Hospitality.