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Discover award winning business intelligence at Russia CSTB 2017

Kicking off 2017 with CSTB

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Interested in gaining full unparalleled insight into your video service? With YOUBORA, the business intelligence platform by NPAW, you will harness the power of big data with real-time precision. We were at CSTB Russia in 2016, and we are back with an official booth (Hall 3, Booth #319) to spread word of the latest edition of YOUBORA, YOUBORA 2.0.
With cutting edge precision, YOUBORA 2.0 will help you monitor key metrics to provide you with an end-to-end view of each video’s journey to maximize audience engagement, optimize ad and content efficiency, to ultimately drive performance and maximize revenues.

Visit us at Hall 3, Booth #319 at the Crocus Exhibition Centre in Moscow, Russia, to discover how to optimize your online video strategy with YOUBORA, check out our latest features, and request a demo from one of our Online Video Experts. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Joaquin De Miguel on January 17th 2017

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