New website, rebranding for kiwi marketers

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Auckland marketing automation provider, Ubiquity is launching a brand new look. Ubiquity Managing Director, Nathalie Morris says, “With Ubiquity, NZ marketers are more responsive and personal with their customers. They have been able to understand their customers better, their preferences, their past interactions and deliver a better customer experience.

“Ubiquity is launching a new brand that represents what Ubiquity has come to mean for its clients: the promise of a closer and more personal relationship with their customers.”

“Ubiquity provides access to intuitive and leading edge technology as well as expert consultants that provide marketing automation strategy, campaign execution, technical services and marketing analytics solutions. They are NZ-based and add value through local insights and deep industry knowledge.”


“They achieve maturity in marketing automation over a much sharper learning curve, increasing their agility to marketing needs and challenges. Our new brand reflects this advantage.


As part of their re-brand, Ubiquity has also launched a new website. “Our website reflects the benefits that marketers are after: customer journeys that work seamlessly across channels and build customer relationships for a lifetime, with an impetus on time to market, and faster return on marketing investment,” says Nathalie.

About Ubiquity:
Ubiquity is NZ’s leading marketing automation provider that delivers complete end-to-end marketing automation solutions. Ubiquity has a feature-rich platform Ubiquity Engage along with a team of in-house specialists to help marketers with marketing automation strategy, data analytics, campaign management, development and integration to drive superior marketing results. Ubiquity’s clients include New Zealand’s most successful companies and brands: from government and corporates through to mid-sized companies, across a range of industries. Ubiquity is a partner to leading marketing and internet industry associations.


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