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Content Analytics is the only end-to-end eCommerce solution combining analytics, content management and reporting all in one platform. The Company understands the complexity of eCommerce management, so it built the platform to simplify the process, with everything users need to manage all of their products, and ultimately, increase revenues. Brands can store and catalog content, syndicate it to retailers and optimize their business to increase sales. Content Analytics is helping P&G, Levi’s, Dole, Pfizer, Mattel, L’Oréal, Samsung and more stay at the forefront of eCommerce.

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HQSan Francisco, US

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)52(+4%)

Key People/Management at Content Analytics

David Feinleib

David Feinleib

Founder & CEO
Kenji Gjovig

Kenji Gjovig

VP of Partnerships & Business Development
Brian Bates

Brian Bates

VP of Sales & Marketing
Vinod Muralidhar

Vinod Muralidhar

VP of Products
Nancy Schoendorf

Nancy Schoendorf

Board Member
Geoff Baehr

Geoff Baehr

Board Member
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Content Analytics Office Locations

Content Analytics has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
414 Brannan St
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Content Analytics Financials and Metrics

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Content Analytics total Funding

$5.5 m

Content Analytics latest funding size

$4 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Content Analytics investors

Content Analytics's latest funding round in September 2014 was reported to be $4 m. In total, Content Analytics has raised $5.5 m
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Content Analytics Blogs

Understanding Content Sources and Prioritization in E-Commerce

You might think that when you submit product content to a retailer, it will go live on the retailer’s web site—end of story. But getting content live is harder than it looks. Fortunately, solutions exist, but it’s worth educating yourself about how the area of content syndication is rapi…

PIM Systems Are Hard: The unreasonable difficulty of delivering great product content

Product Information Management (PIM) systems provide brands a better way to manage product content. Centralizing product content not only makes it more efficient to work with, it also makes it easier to keep that content updated on retailer sites.

Product Content Workflow: Choosing The Right Approach [CSP ROI Part 4]

In our last post, we looked at some of the key capabilities that CSP platforms, and in particular, Digital Merchandising Platforms (DMPs), the next generation of CSP platforms, bring to brands. As E-Commerce continues to evolve, leading brands like PepsiCo are making DMPs an integral par…

Sell More Toys This Holiday Season: How To Get Your Toys Setup on Walmart.com

Walmart is expanding its assortment of toys by 30% at all brick-and-mortar locations and by 40% on Walmart.com this holiday season, according to CNBC. It’s a land grab for Toys R Us market-share. Walmart's goal is to "show customers the best place to shop for toys is Walmart," said Anne …

14 Key Content Service Provider Capabilities You Need to Know About [CSP ROI Part 3]

In our previous installments, we looked at the overall item workflow as it relates to the CSP ecosystem. In this installment, we look at key capabilities that Content Service Providers who offer Product Information Management (PIM) and Syndication capabilities provide to make your EComme…

Content Analytics Announces Direct Connection for Item Setup & Content Updates with Home Depot

As the number one retailer for home improvement, Home Depot saw more than $100 billion in sales last year. Of that, some 7% of sales now take place online, and 45% of orders placed online are picked up in stores. All of that means that delivering a great online shopping experience is mor…
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Content Analytics Company Life and Culture

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Content Analytics Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Content Analytics founded?

    Content Analytics was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Content Analytics key executives?

    Content Analytics's key executives are David Feinleib, Kenji Gjovig and Brian Bates.

  • How many employees does Content Analytics have?

    Content Analytics has 52 employees.

  • Who are Content Analytics competitors?

    Competitors of Content Analytics include Marfeel, engageSimply and SimpleReach.

  • Where is Content Analytics headquarters?

    Content Analytics headquarters is located at 414 Brannan St, San Francisco.

  • Where are Content Analytics offices?

    Content Analytics has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Content Analytics have?

    Content Analytics has 1 office.