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iQuanti Wins at IPMA 2021 for Best Paid Search Campaign

The 5th International Performance Marketing Awards named iQuanti the winner of Best Paid Search Campaign. IPMA showcases the industry's most innovative and groundbreaking work from America, MENA, APAC, LATAM, Western and Eastern Europe.

iQuanti, a leading analytics-driven digital marketing company, was awarded for its work with HomeEquity Bank. The IPMA judges’ panel commended iQuanti and HomeEquity Bank for pushing the boundaries of KPIs driven performance marketing "to deliver good results at a very difficult time with smart improvements across the user journey."

"We are honored to be recognized on a global platform like the IPMA. The award is a testament to our relentless focus on driving results for our clients." 

Vish Sastry Rachakonda, CEO, iQuanti

Sreekant Lanka (SVP Digital Solutions, iQuanti) added "This is a recognition of the depth of our work with our clients in a very competitive search landscape. Our paid search program is based on the fundamental understanding of the search auction and layering it with audience and automation."

iQuanti has found success in creating winning results for its clients over the years through its focus on developing innovative, industry-leading digital programs with deep data and insights.

About iQuanti
Founded in 2008, iQuanti ignites powerful and predictable digital marketing performance for global brands through a unique blend of channel management services, strategic consulting expertise, and proprietary product offerings. iQuanti was featured in Inc 5000 list for the seventh time in 2021. iQuanti has 400+ employees across New York, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Mexico City, London, Toronto, Bangalore and Singapore.

About IPMA
PerformanceIN, a leading global performance marketing publication has been celebrating excellence in performance marketing by hosting the industry's annual awards for over 15 years.

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