More NewsAdForce Signs 12 New Customers

AdForce Signs 12 New Customers

Ad management service AdForce said it has added 12 newcustomers and is now serving 4 billion ads a month.

Ad management service AdForce said it has added 12 new customers and is now serving 4 billion ads a month.

New customers include Brilliant Digital Entertainment, ChannelSEEK, Click Here, CyberSight, Encompass, Hyperasia, NextStepMedia, ParenthoodWeb, PointCast, The Regrowth Network, Software Builders International and USWeb.

“In many instances our customers are starting to experience accelerated growth that’s being fueled by higher demand from their clients,” said Dee Cravens, vice president of marketing for AdForce. “The need to compete, increase brand awareness and provide access to content and product in real-time, is the underlying force propelling the growth in online advertising.”

“Adding this stellar group of new customers to the AdForce team is a clear testament to the reliability and scalability of our technology and products,” said Chuck Berger, chairman and CEO of AdForce.

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