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Information about past Digiday Technology Awards: Check out articles on our past programs below to learn more about the coverage you can expect as a finalist or winner and examples of winning campaigns.
NowThis, Twitch and Code and Theory win at the Digiday Fall Awards Gala: NowThis, Twitch, Code and Theory, Group SJR and Salesforce are among the winners emerging from the Digiday Fall Awards Gala, which was attended by Turner, Dow Jones, MailChimp and CBS Interactive, all of whom were finalists.
Adobe, HYPR and Xaxis are among the Digiday Technology Award winners: Adobe, HYPR, Xaxis, Sailthru, MediaMath and more took home this year’s Digiday Technology Awards.
Roku, Nielsen, Twitch and more are nominees for the Digiday Technology Awards: Industry heavyweights including Roku, Nielsen, Twitch, Adobe, AT&T and more are nominees for the Digiday Technology Awards.
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Chartbeat, Amobee and Adobe are the top winners in the Digiday Technology Awards: Chartbeat, Amobee and Adobe were the top winners of this year’s Digiday Technology Awards, each collecting two awards. Chartbeat won Best Audience Measurement Platform and Best Mobile (& Web) Analytics Platform for its audience analytics dashboard for publishers.
Adobe, Amobee and Chartbeat lead the Digiday Technology Awards nominations: Three technology platforms lead the Digiday Technology Awards nominations: Adobe with four and Amobee and Chartbeat with two each.
Digiday Signal Awards Coverage
SapientRazorfish leads the third annual Digiday Signal Awards with three wins: Interactive agency and Publicis Groupe subsidiary SapientRazorfish leads the third annual Digiday Signal Awards with three wins: Best Interactive Content Platform for its “Conference Rock” conference call line; Best Mobile App Platform for its digital collaboration with Indonesian telecom company Telkomsel; and Best Video Marketing & Advertising Platform for Magic Window, a collaboration with Children’s Hospital Colorado to bring the outside world to hospitalized children via YouTube Live feeds.
Digital agency SapientNitro leads the Digiday Signal Awards with three wins: The division of Publicis.Sapient took home top honors for Best Interactive Content Platform for its secure document-sharing tech RBS DigiDocs, Best E-Commerce Platform & Carts for the relaunch of Marc Jacobs.com and Best Sales Automation Tools & Platform for its “Fun Voyage!” campaign for client Carnival Cruise Line.
SapientNitro leads the 2016 Digiday Signal Awards with seven nominations: SapientNitro leads the Digiday Signal Awards with a whopping seven nominations across five categories: Best Content Marketing Platform, Best E-Commerce Platform & Carts, Best Cloud Data Integration Platform, Best Interactive Content Platform and Best Sales Automation Tools & Platforms.
Grapeshot and Saatchi & Saatchi LA dominate with two wins each at the Signal Awards: Grapeshot and Saatchi & Saatchi LA took home two awards each at the first-ever Signal Awards reception in New York City, recognizing and honoring the technology companies setting the standards in an ever-changing industry.
Saatchi & Saatchi, MarketShare lead Digiday Signal Awards finalists: Ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi and marketing analytics platform MarketShare DecisionCloud lead the pack of Digiday Signal Awards finalists with four nods each.