Wave-bit Releases f(x) for Agencies

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Solution allows Wave-bit f(x) Creatives to run on all networks.

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It’s iTunes meets Instagram for agencies – fast, cheap, with endless possibility.

Wave-bit, the premiere advertising tech company offering near real-time animations to flat banner ads, announces the release of Wave-bit f(x) for Agencies. The new tool allows digital planners and creative departments to automatically update a customer’s creative into rich media animations. What was once exclusive to Wave-bit’s traffic is now open for use on all other networks and venues.

“Everything in this industry moves too fast. We want to help agencies and give them the highest quality ads at penny prices. What used to cost hundreds and thousands of dollars should be ubiquitous and available to everyone,” explains Pilar Valcarcel, Chief Operating Officer. “It’s iTunes meets Instagram for agencies – fast, cheap, with endless possibility.”

The first of its kind, Wave-bit f(x) for Agencies creates an online store for banner ads. Digital planners and creative departments can upload a client’s existing banner to the Wave-bit f(x) system and individually download transformations that compliment branding initiatives, keeping them current with the hottest animation trends, styles and seasons. Downloads start at $2.99 a creative. The current release of Wave-bit f(x) has over 1,000 unique transformations to engage audiences worldwide.

Wave-bit f(x) is advertising’s first and only self-service automated platform that applies cinematic 3D effects to advertising creatives. Launched in November 2012, the platform automatically turns flat banner ads into rich media animations, dramatically improving click-through-rates (CTR) and higher conversions. Wave-bit f(x) was developed in-house by a team of tech and design experts with over 37 years of industry experience.

For media inquiries, please contact Cassie Leventhal at 212-738-9645. For sales inquiries, please contact Pilar Valcarcel at 212-738-9644.

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