OpenX Stock

openx.comEnterprise Software / Sales & Marketing /​ AdtechFounded: 2007Funding to Date: $76MM

OpenX is a cloud-based sell-side programmatic platform. OpenX's OpenAudience™ users, like publishers, can sell across formats like mobile, connected TV (CTV), and more. OpenX was founded in 2007 by Damon Reeve, Jason Fairchild, Scott Switzer, and Timothy Cadogan and is headquartered in Pasadena, CA.

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Team

Management Team

John Gentry
President & Chief Executive Officer
Todd Parsons
Chief Product Officer
Tish Whitcraft
Chief Customer Officer
Robert Leff
Chief Financial Officer
Paul Ryan
Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Thomas Jueng
Samsung Venture Investment
Bernard Dallé
Index Ventures
Damon Reeve

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News Highlights

OpenX Is Officially Net Zero. Here's How It Got There
OpenX, one of the ad-tech industry’s biggest supply-side platforms, today announced that it’s reached net zero greenhouse gas emissions after cutting its footprint by 96%.
Attain Partners with OpenX to Enable Supply Side Targeting For Advertisers
Attain, a leading permissioned data platform, and OpenX, a global omnichannel advertising exchange, today announced a partnership that will enable supply-side targeting and measurement of Attain’s zero-party data using OpenX’s OpenAudience™ audience solution tool.
Coca-Cola has an ambitious plan to double its number of customers in the next few years
Global chief marketing officer Manuel Arroyo outlines the OpenX partnership with advertising holding company WPP, and how it will drive new brand growth.
Updated on: Jun 16, 2024

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