Nami is laser focused on helping app publishers make more money

Nami ML, a new startup transforming the use of on-device machine learning for in-app purchases (IAP) and subscriptions in mobile apps, has introduced support for enterprise analytics in their Mobile Revenue Automation platform.

Specifically, the new capabilities empower enterprise customers to leverage the Nami SDK with their existing Adobe, Google or other third-party measurement tools to gain more valuable insights into the performance of their mobile revenue campaigns.

“Nami is laser focused on helping app publishers make more money and we’ve heard from our enterprise customers how important it is that they be able to track and attribute revenue with their existing systems,” explains Dan Burcaw, Co-Founder and CEO.

Nami ML’s platform and SDK empower mobile app publishers of all sizes to tackle the challenges of making money with apps by growing in-app and subscription revenue in three key ways.

First, Nami makes it easy to integrate with the mobile app stores, starting with Apple’s StoreKit, dramatically reducing the amount of time developers need to spend coding and testing.

Second, the Nami ML cloud-based platform gives marketers newfound capabilities to manage product offers and creative elements in their apps using a hosted service, instead of requiring constant developer updates.

Perhaps most importantly, Nami’s pioneering use of on-device machine learning to identify revenue behaviors in apps unlocks the promise of growing app revenue automatically in a way that protects end user privacy.

“Nami’s groundbreaking revenue automation platform is at the forefront of the app economy and adding support for these enterprise analytics features will only help solidify our emerging leadership position,” added Joe Pezzillo, the company’s other Co-Founder and Chairman.

For complete information on the Nami(tm) platform and how it can help app publishers grow revenue, visit the website at https://nami.ml to learn more, request a demo and sign up today.

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