Ad technology developer Collective this morning released a new advertising management tool as part of its enterprise management system. The new tool, dubbed Multi-Platform Ad (MPA) is an enhancementto Collective's Visto platform enabling customers to create and distribute a single ad across multiple platforms utilizing multiple creative versions "in minutes," according to the company'sannouncement. MPA is designed to reduce workflow associated with scheduling and distributing ads across multiple partners.
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