ONEcount Honors Pride Month

To support the movement for equality and an end to discrimination for all people, ONEcount has changed its logos to embrace the Rainbow Pride Flag during June, LGBTQ+ Pride Month.

The change celebrates the uniqueness of every single person, emphasizing the role that all of us play in building a more tolerant society.

We also support activities that encourage inclusiveness and ending discrimination of all kinds.

“The key to understanding our world is embracing the fact that we are not all the same,” said Joanne Persico, President of ONEcount. “Instead of trying to divide people into segments, we believe everyone should be celebrated for who they are as an individual.”

We believe that:
• Everyone is unique and special for who they are
• Everyone was put on this earth for a purpose
• Everyone COUNTS!

The team at ONEcount has spent decades working to liberate and diversify siloed customer data for organizations of all sizes. Our Customer Data Platform (CDP) provides marketers and media companies the tools they need to provide the right message for every unique consumer at every touch-point.

Client’s using ONEcount are empowered to deploy cross-functional strategies that accelerate digital transformations.

“Our company has always been about diversity and celebrating the uniqueness of every single person, so we’re proud to support the LGBTQ+ community during this important time,” Persico said.

About ONEcount
ONEcount is a customer data platform that combines activation capabilities. Leveraging a mature history of identity resolution, data consolidation and advanced identification and targeting tools, ONEcount delivers a simple-to-manage ecosystem while streamlining the tech stack. It’s real-time dashboards, secure advertiser data feeds, IVT mitigator, e-mail marketing engine, advertising integrations, social and single sign-on abilities, and a host of other tools are built-in to drive cross-sell and upsell initiatives, increase conversions and decrease waste to grow sales and revenue. For more information, or to request a demo visit, or call Joanne Persico at 203-665-6211 ext. 204.

About Pride Month
While June is celebrated as LGBTQ+ Pride Month to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York, it is also an opportunity for every citizen of every nation to speak out against all forms of discrimination and intolerance. In declaring June Pride Month in 2010, US President Barack Obama said, “I call upon all Americans to observe this month by fighting prejudice and discrimination in their own lives and everywhere it exists.”


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