Welcome Infutor to Snowflake Data Exchange

February 19, 2020 Snowflake Staff

Today we welcome Infutor as a new data provider in Snowflake Data Exchange. As an expert in consumer identity management, Infutor provides a unique set of data assets and solutions that enable clients to identify, reach, and validate consumers. 

Infutor data now available on the Data Exchange includes the following and more:

  • Consumer identification attributes
  • Names and email addresses of individuals who have opted in to online offers
  • The industry’s most comprehensive and validated phone number database
  • An auto data file of known auto owners
  • Real estate property data
  • Consumer demographics and lifestyle attributes 

In addition to that, Infutor offers access to their robust TrueSourceTM Digital Device Graph, including mobile ad IDs and hashed email addresses.

A marketer’s dream, this data helps companies improve campaign targeting, drive higher marketing ROI, and enable faster analytics. By making its data sets available via Snowflake Data Exchange, Infutor enables businesses to gain direct, live access to this data without having to copy or move files around, eliminating the need for cumbersome data extraction and processing while improving the speed and accuracy of marketing campaigns.

For full details about Infutor’s offering and how Snowflake Data Exchange works, visit snowflake.com/data-exchange

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