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Gigya Expands Partner Program to Bring Consumer Identity and Data Management to Broader Market

NEXUS Partner Ecosystem Broadens With Inclusion of New Technology, Agency, and Solution Provider Partners

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/19/14 -- Gigya, the Connected Consumer Management suite, announced the expansion of its partner program to include new alliances with technology, agency, systems integrator, and solution provider vendors.

Since launching in 2012, the NEXUS Partner Ecosystem has become a highly strategic part of Gigya's business and its number of partners has grown exponentially. The program now includes integrations with over 50 leading Marketing, CMS, Content Recommendation, eCommerce Platform, Ad-serving, Analytics and Data Management vendors. Some technology partners include Marketo, ExactTarget (Salesforce.com), Demandware, DoubleClick, and Oracle.

As part of the revamped program, partners can work with Gigya based on a three-tier system to determine level of engagement:

  • Associate Partners work with Gigya to establish an initial joint value proposition and set short-term goals, with the end goal of developing the terms for a long-term relationship.
  • Silver Partners are ready to make the investment to truly go to market, jointly, and establish a long-term strategy. Partners at this level will make investment in product, marketing and sales and work with us to build a joint business plan and/or direct integration with Gigya.
  • Gold Partners are established partners with which Gigya shares joint customers and/or has a direct integration. Gigya will continually work with these partners to build plans for further growth. These plans are built for annual numbers and reviewed regularly by both executive teams.

"Our partner program has been instrumental in our growth over the past two years," said Patrick Salyer, CEO of Gigya. "By allowing partners to work with us in more ways, we can help a larger variety of businesses gain a single view of their customers and transform their marketing efforts."

As launch partners of the expanded program, companies such as MPP Global, Pierry Interactive, NetSuite, Ooyala, RichRelevance, JWT Asia and Tea Leaves Health have signed on to become members.

"Gigya's technology is in high demand," said Julian Morelis, Executive Vice President of Sales, EMEA, MPP Global Solutions. "The expansion of the company's partner program allows us to deliver a set of products that will provide major value to our clients and significantly impact their marketing programs."

These partners, along with other current, new and prospective partners, will be joining Gigya at its Inaugural Partner Day on August 19th in San Francisco.

For more info on Gigya and the NEXUS Partner Ecosystem, please visit www.gigya.com/partners

About Gigya
Gigya's Connected Consumer Management Suite enables the world's largest brands, including, Verizon, ABC and The NFL to understand and connect more closely with today's mobile and socially connected consumers. Our technology helps businesses access, consolidate and manage permission-based identity and behavior data, while providing deep customer insights that turn data into action.

Through products like Social Login, Registration-as-a-Service, Consumer Insights, Social Analytics, Social Plugins and Gamification, Gigya provides clients with the rich data, intelligence, and tools needed to reach consumers with the right messages, on the right platforms at the right time. Gigya drives user acquisition and engagement for 700 enterprises and reaches 1.5 billion unique users per month, ensuring that today's businesses stay relevant in the age of the connected consumer.

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