Digilant’s client base has since evolved globally across nine countries, but its mission to provide a comprehensive programmatic solution to clients hasn’t changed since launch, said Epperson.
“We [at Digilant] look at ourselves as one of the first truly global programmatic providers that’s currently privately owned and has the ability to adapt to the market place,” Osetek said. “We have size and scale, but we [also] have the ability to adapt as the programmatic space changes. You don’t really see it happening too much on a global scale, which will be a unique differentiator for us.”
Today, Digilant offers self-serve and managed programmatic solutions. Both Digilant and ISP Digital have been profitable for the past three years. ISPD has roughly 600 employees across 14 countries.
Digilant’s management has been in a build-out process, with Epperson was standing in as CEO. Osetek, who won the job against 10 other candidates, is the last hire in a six-month search to complete Digilant’s and ISP Digital’s management teams.