Why invest in Eva?
Beyond programmatic, Eva is ai driven digital media buying, with a contextual and predictive understanding of each consumer. Eva continually learns and acts autonomously, eliminating human ad fraud, lag, and error to produce unmatched digital advertising optimization and results.
5 digital media buying problems
Eva has solved.
Eva simultaneously runs over 10,000 campaigns for advertisers with highly diverse goals delivering reports down to granular details, as well as custom reports. Every dollar of ad spend is 100% viewable and trackable.
Eva’s Fraud Fence algorithm and logic prevents ad fraud, potentially saving advertisers more than a quarter of their budget.
Eva’s Fraud Fence also protects brands from improper placement of ads.
Eva responds to bid requests within 100 milliseconds, while handling 300,000 bid requests a second. She is continuously and autonomously optimizing, removing the danger of human lag on underperforming campaigns to deliver superior return on ad spend.
Audience commoditization vs. precision targeting
Eva incorporates clients’ first-party data and matches audience to third-party data sources. This combined with Eva AI’s deeper contextual and therefore predictive understanding of each consumer is an unbeatable combination.
Eva handles 300,000 ad bid requests a second, responding to each bid in 100 milliseconds. She’s not human.
There are tens of billions of daily trades across all global advertising exchanges. If your DSP provider isn’t as fast as Eva, you’re losing money on your ad spend.
Eva is a differentiated solution that’s simple, powerful, scalable, and extensible across geographies, industry verticals and the search, display, mobile, social, video/CTV, and in game digital advertising channels.
Eva responds to each bid request within 100 milliseconds. She currently handles 300,000 bid requests a second. And for the geeks out there, we build user profile matrix trees to feed Eva real-time data. Eva is completely dockerized and is horizontally scaleable. Our infrastructure supports over 25,000 CPU cores in eight data centers and houses 15 petabytes of data.
Eva’s Artificial Neural Network. She doesn’t just think, she feels.
“Eva is a custom built Artificial Neural Network, ANN for short. This ANN not only lets Eva think, but feel. She incorporates billions of pieces of information about individuals including context that affects them. This combined evaluation then influences the type of ads Eva determines will convert for each particular person.”
— David Boulette,
Founder, Chief Science Officer
Advertisers are demanding it.
“The benefits AI can bring cannot be overstated; enhancing advertising platforms’ ability to efficiently target the correct audience and detect fraudulent advertising activities.”
Advantages over competitors.
Eva uses an Artificial Neural Network (ANN), not just machine learning. Eva also uses context and emotion to increase return on ad spend.
Eva covers search, display, video/CTV, mobile, native, audio, and in-game advertising, while many competitors only do display.
Eva is an AI platform custom built from the ground up, not a feature added to a legacy platform like our competitors.
Eva has 20,000+ high-quality direct publishers not just network traffic like many competitors.
Eva’s Fraud Fence eliminates ad fraud and ensures brand safety. Competitors do not have a similar offering.
Up to 40% ROAS
More efficient and less expensive than competitors with a return on ad spend up to 40% higher than our closest competitor.
Eva conceived 2015,
Los Angeles, California.
Now in 192 countries.
Eva was launched
Countries the Eva platform covers
Clients are Advertising Age’s top 100 national advertisers
Vertical publishing partners
Partnerships with top publishers: Facebook, Google & Amazon
Local agency clients in US
National agency clients in US
Brand clients are Fortune 100 companies
Processing 29 billion US searches per month
Processing 11 billion local searches per month
Number of display impressions per day
Opt-in emails delivered daily
Reach through retargeting across the web
By fully exploiting Eva’s superior AI today, we are already where competitive DSPs are aiming to be tomorrow.
2019 global market size
Assuming only US market size
1% of US market size
The credentials of the computer scientists, marketers, and business specialists that created and continue to build Eva.
Founder, Chief Science Officer, DirectorRead more >
Founder, Chief Science Officer, Director
Extensive expertise in computer technology with a vast array of computer operating systems, software languages, and database development schemas.
Focused on artificial intelligence and artificial neural networks technologies.
Substantial experience in start-ups and launching IPOs in the media and digital marketing space.
Chief Executive Officer, DirectorRead more >
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Extensive expertise in Operations and Business Development throughout a variety of Public, Government and Private sectors.
Focus on operational efficiency and excellence along with customer relations, sales and acquisitions.
Substantial experience with tech start-ups, Fortune 500 and manufacturing facilities.
Experienced in launching IPO’s in the media and digital marketing space.
Independent DirectorRead more >
‘C’ level business development strategist with substantial experience in winning and managing business at the executive level.
Deep understanding of online media across search, shopping, display, native, social, and related business models.
Worked for NASDAQ listed ValueClick Inc., building the partnership division for PriceRunner, one of the EU’s largest price comparison engines.
Founder of 2 successful online media companies, Click.net and Adflare.
6 reasons to invest in Eva.
Eva is unique and differentiated
Eva AI solves critical problems and creates new opportunities within the digital media space. With smarter Artificial Intelligence, Eva is evolving digital media with a deeper contextual and therefore predictive understanding of each consumer. This along with the ability to incorporate first party data and automated decision making puts Eva ahead of the curve where 75% of competitive DSPs are aiming to be by 2023.
Eva is not a startup
The company has been in revenue since 2015. We’ve secured partnerships with the big 3 publishers — Google, Facebook, and Amazon — as well as over 20,000 vertical publishers, all together covering 192 countries. We have 40 of Fortune’s top 100 companies, 70 of Advertising Age’s 100 leading national advertisers, and 10,000 local as well as 5,000 national ad agencies as customers. With a 98% reach through retargeting across the web, 100 million display impressions per day, and processing over 11 billion local searches per month, Eva is already a competitive threat and disruptor to the category.
Eva solves ad fraud
Advertisers will lose $42 billion to ad fraud in 2019. A 21% increase over the previous year. This is predicted to rise to $100 billion by 2023.³ Eva’s proprietary Fraud Fence algorithm and logic prevents ad fraud, potentially saving advertisers more than a quarter of their budget and buy.
AI valuations are higher
Unlike the competition, Eva is positioned as a superior AI-driven DSP. VCs plowed a record $9.3 billion into AI startups last year with funding of AI companies soaring 72%, hitting a record according to a new report from PwC and CB Insights. According to Gartner, global AI derived business value will reach nearly $3.9 trillion by 2022. Clearly, AI is leading the pack in tech investment and valuation.
A stellar team
The computer scientists, marketers, and business specialists that created Eva and founded the company, continue to improve the technology and are fully committed to growing the company exponentially.
Eva delivers superior ROI
Given the above, Eva anticipates up to 40% better performance at more competitive rates versus competition.
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