Campaign India Team
Oct 23, 2019

Performics bags ALTBalaji's global digital mandate

Account won following a multi-agency pitch

Performics bags ALTBalaji's global digital mandate
Performics India has won ALTBalaji’s global digital media account following a multi-agency pitch. The incumbent on the business was MerkleSokrati.
Divya Dixit, SVP and head, marketing, ALTBalaji, said,  “We were on the lookout for an agile, future-facing digital partner to support our evolving needs and were impressed with Performics’s strong data and intelligence driven approach as also their single-minded focus on business results. Performics brings in fresh insights and thinking on the brand and we are sure to benefit from their overall experience and expertise. We look forward to a fruitful partnership.”
Sarfaraz Khimani, co-CEO, Performics India, said, “We are thrilled to be appointed as ALTBalaji’s, the leading OTT player, digital partner; just as ALTBalaji stands to rapidly focus on customer acquisition through segmented marketing and sharp consumer analytics. Performics drives strong, personalised, dynamic consumer experiences.  With our superior digital capabilities and seamless play across tech, performance, content, communications, and analytics, we will help ALTBalaji scale up effectively and reach out to newer digital audiences. This is a hugely competitive category and our holistic approach, at the intersection of  marketing technologies, data science and media will make a significant impact and difference to the ALTBalaji brand and will give them the competitive edge.”
ALTBalaji was launched in India in April 2017.
Campaign India

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