Sramana Mitra: Who owns the bid data? When you talk about ad exchanges, is that data owned by the ad exchange? In that case, how do you get to them?
Jim Regan: We’ve created relationships with the ad exchanges. They didn’t have a market for this secondary data. They were just sitting on it.
Sramana Mitra: You can buy the bid data logs from the ad exchanges and then you can apply that to the technology company’s internal CRM data and so forth. >>>
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Sramana Mitra: You really wanted to go very cheap and with no administration kind of model.
Anthony Smith: Right. These small businesses don’t have a lot of resources. More to the point is that employees within those companies don’t sit in front of the computer all day. They go off and do their own thing during the day. Some of them might use a computer for half an hour after they finish the shift or after they’ve finished with a customer. They’re not sitting in front a computer all day and using this software as part of the job. It’s more of an add-on piece that helps them orchestrate some of their activities. >>>
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Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by having you introduce yourself as well as MRP to our audience.
Jim Regan: I’m the Co-Founder and CMO of MRP. We’ve been in business now for 16 years. We have about 600 employees and around 10 offices around the world. We work with 19 of the 20 largest technology companies in the world. Our focus is >>>
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Sramana Mitra: You said you did your own company, but you built software for a particular large mining company. You were doing contract software services at a contracting company?
Anthony Smith: I did professional consulting for a couple of years and then teamed up with another consultant. We built some software for a large mining company. I spent about 18 months there and built that out. We got to the point where the mining company was really happy with it and started rolling it out.
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