Japanese publisher Proto Corp. signs agreement for Cxense software

Oslo, Norway – 22 November 2017 – Cxense ASA (OSE: CXENSE) today announced that the leading Japanese publisher of automobile-related information Proto Corporation signed an agreement with Cxense for use of data management software.

Proto Corp. was established in 1977 and provides information services related to new and used cars, auto parts and -accessories, as well as other automobile-related information. Proto Corp. operates various internet sites, such as goo-net, the largest web portal in Japan for sale of used cars. The company also publishes lifestyle related information.

Proto Corp. will use Cxense’s solutions to gain real-time insight from visitors and to create audience segments to drive online revenue and user acquisition.

About Cxense:
Cxense helps publishers and marketers across the globe to transform their raw data into their most valuable resource. Cxense's leading Data Management Platform (DMP) with Intelligent Personalization, give companies unprecedented insight about their individual customers, and enables them to action this insight real-time in all marketing and sales channels. Benefits include increasing digital revenue and user loyalty. Cxense works with brands such as Aeon, Wall Street Journal, Grupo Clarin, NBC Universal, Aller and many more. Cxense is headquartered in Norway with offices worldwide and the company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker 'CXENSE.' For more information: www.cxense.com

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