Wipro and Harte Hanks Partner Up to Offer MarTech Services

Wipro, a global information technology, consulting and business process services company announced on March 15th its partnership with Harte Hanks to offer marketing technology services. The two companies will jointly go-to-market with marketing technology services aimed at the needs of Chief Marketing Officers.

This includes jointly marketing the Signal Hub platform, an end-to-end Big Data analytics platform from Opera Solutions, which leverages a unique architecture and cutting edge technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence to generate behavioral insights for marketers.

Karen Puckett, Harte Hanks Chief Executive Officer, commented on the partnership: “We believe that combining Harte Hanks’ agency expertise with Wipro’s global technology systems delivery capability will help us offer marketers a great value proposition. Wipro’s strong reputation with CIOs and CTOs as a leader in IT services and systems integration combined with Harte Hanks’ strength in marketing services and mindshare within the Chief Marketing Officer community will complement each other, and greatly benefit our customers. We have already witnessed some early success with marquee wins, together.”

Srini Pallia, President of Consumer Business at Wipro, added: “With evolving customer preferences, consumer brands and clients expect more meaningful, consultative industry insights from their marketing partners. The focus has shifted from a segment-based targeting strategy to one that establishes a one-on-one, personalized relationship with end customers. Wipro’s investments in cognitive & data insights platforms and ready-to-deploy technology solutions is a key enabler in this journey. With the Harte Hanks partnership, Wipro is expanding its catalog of services, and is geared to offer Marketing as a Service to its marquee clients. We are excited about this partnership, and are already witnessing good traction with our existing client base.”

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