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Jeremy Bloom's Integrate raises $8 million for marketing software

Jeremy Bloom's Integrate raises $8 million for marketing software
From TechCrunch - July 19, 2017

You may know Jeremy Bloom from his days as an Olympian on the U.S. ski team or from when he was a professional football player. These days, he's busy running an enterprise software startup for marketers.

With clients like Salesforce and Dell, Phoenix-based Integrate has raised $8 million in funding from Iron Gate Capital and existing investors, including Foundry Group, Comcast Ventures and Liberty Global. Industry vets like ExactTarget founder Scott Dorsey and DocuSign CEO Dan Springer also participated in the round. The company now has a total of $35 million in funding dating back to 2010.

Marketing teams "are using the software to eliminate most of the manual tasks," said Bloom. Integrate helps CMOs "better understand what's working in their marketing and what's not."

Integrate's software helps automate demand marketing, programs that drive awareness of a product or service. Their software also integrates with marketing automation and CRM platforms like Salesforce, Marketo and Eloqua.

There are so many marketing software products that the category has developed its own nickname, "martech." The beginning of the year saw a 29% investment decline in the space, according to a MarTech Advisor study.

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