SundaySky, the creator of SmartVideo, helps customer-centric brands tell stories with personalized, real-time video experiences at every stage of the customer lifecycle. The SmartVideo lifecycle marketing platform generates hundreds of thousands of SmartVideos daily, powering customer acquisition, support, growth and loyalty initiatives for leaders in e-commerce, telecommunications, insurance, banking and travel. AT&T, Office Depot, Allstate and other SundaySky customers have proven that SmartVideo viewers are more engaged, profitable and loyal, as program performance is measurable and optimized for incremental impact on key business metrics.

SundaySky is headquartered in New York City with offices in Tel Aviv and London.

TypePrivate
HQNew York, US
Founded2006
Size (employees)193 (est)
Websitesundaysky.com
SundaySky was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at SundaySky

Shmulik Weller

Shmulik Weller

CEO & Co-Founder
Oded Vardi

Oded Vardi

Investor
Yaniv Axen

Yaniv Axen

CTO & Co-Founder
Jim Dicso

Jim Dicso

CRO & President
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SundaySky Office Locations

SundaySky has offices in New York, Tel Aviv-Yafo and Minato-ku
New York, US (HQ)
229 W 36th St
Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL
19 HaBarzel St
Minato-ku, JP
2-7-5-305 Toranomon
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SundaySky Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2006

SundaySky total Funding

$76 m

SundaySky latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

SundaySky investors

SundaySky's latest funding round in June 2016 was reported to be $30 m. In total, SundaySky has raised $76 m
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SundaySky Online and Social Media Presence

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SundaySky Blogs

Marketers, Take Note Of Netflix’s Move Into Interactive Video

Netflix is making its next move into customer-centric experiences once again, with its recent announcement around letting viewers decide how a favorite show will end. Here's Guy Atzmon of SundaySky's thoughts on the decision. The post Marketers, Take Note Of Netflix’s Move Into Interactive Video app…

On the Move: Why Mobile Personalized Video Has Legs

The inclusion of personalized video means mobile apps must be handled differently than traditional digital delivery channels. It’s crucial for a brand to treat the before, during and after portions of any in-app video as a single and continuous event, seamlessly leading the consumer through a precis…

Personalization Lessons From Nike’s World Cup Campaign

As one of the beloved brands that continues to lead in innovative product design and unique advertising strategies, I’d like to highlight how Nike leverages the power of personalization through the customer lifecycle and in marketing communication. The post Personalization Lessons From Nike’s World …

What’s The Rx For Improved CX? Personalized Video

How, can the healthcare industry generate feel-good emotions from CX while reducing negative responses? The solution resides in personalized video - direct one-to-one marketing messaging which speaks clearly and concisely to the consumer. The post What’s The Rx For Improved CX? Personalized Video ap…

SundaySky wants you to create truly personalized videos

What passes for personalized video hasn’t been terribly impressive to date. But SundaySky thinks they’ve advanced what’s possible – with personal videos on the fly. Barb Mosher Zinck takes a closer look – and gets her own personalized video. The post SundaySky wants you to create truly personalized …

From ‘U’ to ‘View’: How the Viewer Experience Needs to Go Beyond Video

SundaySky's SVP Creative & Product, Guy Atzmon, shares how the video viewer experience needs to go beyond video, and is easier than ever with the power of personalization and a video scene library. The post From ‘U’ to ‘View’: How the Viewer Experience Needs to Go Beyond Video appeared first on…

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