Singapore – Global ad platform Unruly has announced the launch of Tr.ly, a digital creative studio aimed at brands and agencies for the creation of video creative solutions.
Through the Tr.ly platform, brands and agencies using the new in-house service will work with Unruly’s team of creative experts, with years of experience creating ads for screen and media strategy, and will also be given access to the company’s proprietary content testing solutions.
Furthermore, the platform allows advertisers to drive consumers toward consideration, conversion and brand loyalty with next-level video formats and features, available programmatically or through managed service.
“Making sure our clients have all the data they need to ensure their creatives are as engaging as possible has always been a key focus at Unruly. We believe our unique emotional data sets us apart within a cluttered ad tech ecosystem and has meant we’ve been able to give our clients meaningful insights on how to drive greater brand connection to their target audience,” said Alex Khan, group managing director international at Unruly.
The platform was developed in collaboration with adtech Tremor International, hence the name Tr.ly, an amalgamation of the names between Unruly and Tremor International.
According to Les Seifer, vice president for creative at Tremor International, the platform allows “brands to capture audience attention by telling engaging, relevant stories across all screens’ which is done through ‘cost-effective video creation and optimization services that range from turnkey to fully custom, aligned to media goals, audiences and placement types”
“The global pandemic and evolving social and political landscape have created widespread uncertainty across the industry, which means only the most agile and in-touch advertisers will remain a step ahead in 2021 and beyond. Unruly gives advertisers access to unique data that puts them right at the heartbeat of shifting consumer opinion and, supported by our incredible, agile creative team, means they will continue to push out engaging, relevant and emotionally intelligent creative in the face of unprecedented change,” Seifer explained.