Announcing Our Partnership with HasOffers

In business, as in life, picking the right partner is one of the keys to not only getting to the right place but enjoying the journey along the way. As such, we’re excited to announce our partnership with HasOffers by Tune to provide our joint network customers with the ability to make weekly payments to their publishers, all within the HasOffers platform. HasOffers empowers networks, advertisers, and media buyers to measure, analyze, and optimize their mobile and online marketing campaigns – in real time. Their network customers are able to measure and manage their own publisher and affiliate relationships, and can now make weekly payments to them with Payability.

The integration of Payability into HasOffers provides network customers with additional value as they’re able to accomplish many tasks all within one workflow.

Our tech teams at both companies have done a terrific job in developing the specs and the integration to be as seamless as possible for our joint customers to make their weekly payments directly within HasOffers.

We feel it’s our mission to enable networks to make weekly payments to their suppliers. Part of this mission is working hard to remove all of the hurdles that networks face in paying publishers on faster terms. Integrating Payability directly within a platform that marketplaces are already using reduces a previously cumbersome process into one workflow for networks to make weekly payments to their publishers.

By | 2017-05-03T15:41:55+00:00 August 25th, 2015|Advertising, Business, News|

Meet Keith Smith

Keith, the co-founder and CEO of Payability, originally hails from the Pacific Northwest and now calls New York City home. Keith started his career as an analyst at various financial institutions before founding CyberMortgage and Zango. Keith later was the co-founder and CEO of BigDoor, which provides loyalty programs to large consumer brands, including: NFL, MLB, CBS, Viacom, and Starbucks. A successful entrepreneur, Keith regularly lends his time to early stage startups via TechStars and also serves as an advisor, investor and board member for multiple tech startups.