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Online marketplaces specialist Marketplace amp announces strategic partnership with Dragonfly
Marketplace amp, based in Bury St Edmunds, specialists in all aspects of setting up, optimising and amplifying online marketplaces, has announced an exclusivity agreement with leading artificial intelligence and content optimisation experts Dragonfly.
Dragonfly’s app uses the latest heat map technology, developed through years of scientific study and analysis, to provide statistical evidence that highlights which areas of a web page are capturing consumers’ immediate attention.
Dragonfly uses an algorithm that simulates the process of the human brain as it digests visual information. Dragonfly has been validated by the world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), on their MIT300 dataset salience benchmark.
Marketplace amp’s Creative Director, Aime Anderson, said: “Today’s announcement represents further evidence of Marketplace amp’s commitment to being at the forefront of developing unique services and delivering innovative solutions that help our brands maximize online revenue growth, optimize product listings and increase their e-commerce sales faster than their competitors. The insights and information from the Dragonfly AI ensures our brands win the attention of consumers – the results have been incredible.”
David Mitchell, Dragonfly’s Co-Founder said: “We’re delighted to be entering into a new partnership with online marketplace experts Marketplace amp and we continue to be impressed by the team’s drive to maximise revenue growth for their customers by putting data at the heart of creative decisions.”
The partnership arrives as Marketplace amp takes on three new clients: Heck, Shake That Weight and Pet Drugs Online. The Suffolk-based agency is currently launching a recruitment drive and is looking to double in size by 2020. The 13-strong team based in the UK are supported by multilingual teams based in France, Germany, Italy and Spain.