Visit DataTrue at Adobe Summit for your chance to win

Adobe Summit 2019

DataTrue is a proud sponsor of Adobe Summit, Las Vegas for the fourth time!

We will join thousands of marketing professionals March 24–28 at The Venetian and The Palazzo, Las Vegas. Adobe Summit is one of our favourite events of the year, a fantastic opportunity to surround ourselves with interesting people, great ideas and take a deep dive into the future of experience marketing. Save $400 with promo code S19SCDP.

Visit DataTrue in the showcase area – kiosk 771-J , enter to win a Nintendo Switch

We will be showcasing our powerful validation software, DataTrue, and demonstrating how it can help business leaders guarantee that their data is high-quality, accurate and useful.

Our passion is helping enterprises to have confidence in their data by providing them with a tool that can audit and monitor their website tracking implementation and ensure the quality of the information they collect.

You also have the chance to win a Nintendo Switch with Gray Joy Con™ worth over USD $299! All you have to do is visit the booth, scan your conference badge or throw your business card into the designated entry box.

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