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All three brands gather specifications on the media, negotiate rates, place insertion orders (similar to a purchase order) and collect proof of performance for the national advertiser or advertising agency, in a one order/one bill environment.
The company's cloud software provides solutions that address the needs of 21st century media enterprises, including better management of the advertisement buying and renewal process, simplification of insertion order management, improvement of campaign ID management, and access to better business intelligence.
It confirmed advertisers can run a spot market display campaign across the Platform-A network with one insertion order, via one tracking, reporting and delivery system, with Advertising.
The AP and Vertis have agreed that AdVantage will provide TNN with its processing and billing services, which include the delivery of insertion orders to newspapers from advertisers or agencies, the approval or modification of the orders by publishers, the collection of tearsheets, the collection of newspaper invoices, the resolution of invoice discrepancies, consolidation of billing and cash processing.
Upon receipt of the label, insertion orders were issued, and the ad schedule broke using the quickest availabilities.
For the first time in publishing history, advertisers can reach members of five different associations via their magazines with a single ad insertion order.
The insertion order outlines the specifics of your ad (size & color) along with the dates the ad will run.
Publishers can now work in a seamless flow, from RFP to Proposal to Approvals to Insertion Order to Campaign to Flight without having to re-key one character of data," said aiMatch CEO Jeff Wood.