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DigitasLBi India empanelled as LinkedIn Certified Custom Apps Partner for APAC

05-May-2016
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DigitasLBi India empanelled as LinkedIn Certified Custom Apps Partner for APAC

LinkedIn has appointed DigitasLBi India as part of its panel of Certified Custom Apps Partners for the APAC region.

These partners work with LinkedIn and create unique brand experiences that engage customers and prospects to help marketers connect with their target audience by building custom apps, campaigns, and innovative social solutions that leverage LinkedIn’s data and APIs.

Amaresh Godbole, Managing Director - India, DigitasLBi, commented on the partnership, “LinkedIn has tremendous potential for highly targeted ROI driven engagement solutions given their unique view of professionals around the world. It’s an honour to be a partner and an exciting opportunity to provide highly strategic joint solutions with LinkedIn to clients targeting professionals of all demographics.”

Siddhyesh Narkar, Head of Technology, DigitasLBi India added, “LinkedIn is meticulous about process, security and coding standards while selecting API development partners and being selected is a testament to the capabilities of our Development and Technology Delivery team. We look forward to creating some truly innovative data driven solutions.”

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