FullContact acquires California-based Mattermark to expand identity platform

Friday January 19, 2018 0 comments Tags: Denver, FullContact, Mattermark, Bart Lorang

DENVER -- FullContact today announced the acquisition of California-based Mattermark, a leading provider of company and key personnel data.

FullContact said the acquisition of Mattermark results in a significant augmentation to its open insights platform, adding four million companies and more than 20 million contacts to their patented identity graph, which already houses data on more than 15 million companies and one billion people profiles.FullContact_logoUSE

“FullContact exists to enrich relationships and enable authentic connections between people,” said Bart Lorang, FullContact CEO and co-founder.

“We do this by resolving identities across social and digital channels and providing accurate and meaningful data. By incorporating Mattermark’s unique data set into FullContact, we are able to provide customers with even richer information about companies and key employees.”

Mattermark’s data will complement FullContact’s existing offering, providing additional information about companies’ websites, number of employees, overviews, social profiles, industry data, and contact information.

“Mattermark was started with the mission to organize the world’s business information,” said Danielle Morrill, former CEO of Mattermark, now VP of product at FullContact.

“The addition of Mattermark’s data into FullContact’s identity graph is a continuation of this mission and is excellent news for customers of both companies, as well as the marketplace.

“We are delighted to join a team with a strong overlap in both employee and customer value propositions.”

In addition to Morrill, FullContact, currently serving 20,000 customers and more than one billion API calls per month, will also be welcoming several other key employees from the Mattermark team into its Engineering and Product Division.

Existing Mattermark customers will see no disruption to their current service, the company said.