Web content management vendor Episerver acquired web content personalization and analytics firm Idio. Episerver will now be able to predict the interests and intent of buyers and deliver “hyper-relevant” content. The combined company is able to deliver personalized content, product recommendations, product search, triggered emails and messages, and visitor intelligence. B2B solutions span manufacturing, wholesale and distribution, technology, information services, and financial services.
“At the end of the day, people realize every digital interaction is fueled by a business selling something to them whether the sale is via a shopping cart, a service or a subscription,” said Justin Anovick, chief product officer at Episerver. “Persuading people to act is not problematic if the business is providing something of value to them but most digital interactions are created for the masses and end up catering to no one.”
“Idio powers 1:1 digital experiences atIdio CEO Edward Barrow.
globalscale. This acquisition is the next part of our mission to help our enterprise clients serve their end customers with timely, relevant and cross-channel experiences. The combined organization, with Episerver’s deep content and commerce expertise and Idio’s predictive and analytical capabilities, make for an exciting future for customer-centric marketers.”
Idio will continue as a standalone product but will be “merged functionally” with Episerver.
“The combined company, with the financial backing from Insight Partners, intends to aggressively grow our deployment and success teams, as well as a significant acceleration in product innovation to help marketers achieve greater value from customer-centric marketing,” blogged Idio.
No financial terms were disclosed as both companies are private.
Note: Idio slide courtesy of Idio.