SaaS startup Amagi acquired US-based data platform for content distributors Streamwise

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Media-focused SaaS startup Amagi acquired US-based data platform for content distributors, Streamwise, for an undisclosed amount. Amagi will be able to scale up its data solutions capabilities and leverage Steamwise’s comprehensive reporting and dashboards as a result of the acquisition.

Amagi will also be able to integrate proprietary and third-party data to provide unified analytics to its customers as a result of the move. Streamwise CEO Doug Shineman will join Amagi as the company’s new analytics vertical’s business development head. The acquisition comes just a few weeks after Amagi received a massive $100 million funding round from General Atlantic earlier this month.

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SaaS startup Amagi acquired US-based data platform for content distributors Streamwise

Media-focused SaaS startup Amagi acquired US-based data platform for content distributors, Streamwise, for an undisclosed amount. Amagi will be able to scale up its data solutions capabilities and leverage Steamwise’s comprehensive reporting and dashboards as a result of the acquisition.

Amagi will also be able to integrate proprietary and third-party data to provide unified analytics to its customers as a result of the move. Streamwise CEO Doug Shineman will join Amagi as the company’s new analytics vertical’s business development head. The acquisition comes just a few weeks after Amagi received a massive $100 million funding round from General Atlantic earlier this month.

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