MediaMiser is now Agility PR Solutions

by | Dec 2, 2016 | Company News

2016 has been an exciting year at MediaMiser with the major acquisition of the AgilityTM media database and monitoring tools and the expansion of our team to include some great people in London and the United States.

 As we continue to build our capabilities and global footprint, we wanted to start fresh with a new name and brand to better reflect our robust portfolio of media database, monitoring and analytics solutions.

 So I’m pleased to announce today that MediaMiser will change our name to Agility PR Solutions. A press release went out today from Innodata, our parent company today about this exciting news.

 If you’re an existing customer – don’t worry! You’ll still get the same attentive support and service you’ve come to expect from us and your login, contact numbers and emails remain the same.

 Check out our new look at agilitypr.com, follow us on Twitter @agilityprs or on LinkedIn.

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Martin Lyster
Martin Lyster took the reins as CEO of Agility PR Solutions in 2016. With over 20–years of experience in technology and operations, and as a founding member and Chief Operations Officer at MediaMiser (now Agility PR Solutions) since 2003, Martin brings extensive PR technology experience to his role as CEO. He is a father of four and enjoys travelling back to Australia to visit family and stay in touch with his roots.


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