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NEW YORK, Oct. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- STAQ, a system for unifying ad technology through integrations, announces its appointment of Anthony Lagana, a veteran leader in digital media industry, to Vice President of Technology. In his role, Lagana will oversee the development and delivery of STAQ's flagship product, as well as grow the technology, operations and support teams to scale with its demand.
Mr. Lagana's career began at DoubleClick in 1998 where he managed Engineering for nearly a decade before the company's acquisition by Google in 2007 for $3.1 Billion. His executive leadership continued with a tenure at Google until joining Collective in 2009, where he oversaw the AMP audience data and media management product.
"Tony's legacy with some of the industry's top ad platforms and passion for interconnectivity between them makes this a perfect match," says James Curran, STAQ CEO and Co-Founder. "We're ecstatic to have someone with his leadership and legacy join our team. His experience behind some of the first and most innovative integrations in the industry will fit nicely into our vision here at STAQ."
Under the guidance of Tony, STAQ plans to continue scaling a flexible integration system for connecting the ad technology stack for end clients, while compounding the growth of its existing integrations across the ad technology landscape.
"With all of the different types of technologies available today, ad operations have become so complex," says Tony Lagana. "I have spent my entire career trying to reduce complexity by building more point solutions, when I saw STAQ's approach of providing a layer that integrates existing ad technologies, I knew that this was the right tool at the right time for the industry."
STAQ is an integration system for ad technology platforms. By unifying the ad tech "stack" with integrations, STAQ brings cross platform visibility and custom programmatic efficiencies to major digital media brands. STAQ is lead by veterans from ad technology pioneers: Advertising.com, The Rubicon Project, Lotame Solutions, Millennial Media and Collective. STAQ investors include The Hive, founded by partners from Clearstone Ventures and big data pioneer TM Ravi, which focuses on funding, launching and incubating big data companies. www.staq.com
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