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eXelate Expands in Israel, Following Year of Company Milestones Including 50 Percent Growth

Recently Named to Deloitte Technology's Fast 500 and Forbes Most Promising Companies, Company Plans to Grow Israel Team by 30 Percent in 2014

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/23/14 -- eXelate, the leading smart data and analytics engine powering smarter digital marketing decisions, today announced plans for additional hires in its Israel office, following a year of stellar accomplishments and major milestones. Founded in Israel in 2007, eXelate grew its research and development team in Kfar-Saba by more than 50 percent in 2013 and plans to continue increasing this group's headcount by 30 percent in 2014. Currently, the company is seeking to fill open positions focused on real-time data analytics, mobile, tablet and cross-device technologies, and it plans to invest in larger office space to accommodate its growing team in Israel this year.

eXelate, which has offices around the globe and is headquartered in New York, recently earned three berths on prestigious industry lists. The company was named a Top 50 Most Promising Companies in Israel by the 2013 Calcalist. Additionally, it was ranked 86th on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology companies in North America. eXelate also placed in the top 20 Internet technology providers on the list. Just last month, eXelate was named one of America's Most Promising Companies by Forbes.

"I'm extremely proud of eXelate's achievements over the past year, and our success relies on investment in top talent across the globe," said Mark Zagorski, CEO of eXelate. "The research and development team in Israel played an integral role in the launch and enhancement of our smart data solutions in 2013, like our consumer insights terminal eXelate optiX™, and I'm looking forward to more innovations from our current and future team members in the year ahead."

In addition to eXelate's Israel office being the primary hub of the company's research and development team, it is also the home of the Big Data eXposed Summit, eXelate's annual conference focused on the role of big data in marketing. The third annual event in the series will take place in Tel Aviv in Q3 2014.

"Maintaining and growing the team in Israel is an important aspect of eXelate's culture, and we continue to be impressed with the innovative thinking and fresh ideas coming out of our team in the region," said Oren Katz, VP, research and development, general manager, Israel. "As we grow and, ultimately, move into new office space in Israel this year, we will continue to recruit premium Java and front-end developers who can immediately contribute within an open, collaborative, learning environment."

eXelate has immediate opportunities for Java and front-end developers in its Israel office. Interested parties are encouraged to visit: http://exelate.com/about-us/careers.

About eXelate
eXelate is the smart data company that powers smarter digital marketing decisions worldwide for marketers, agencies, platforms, publishers and data providers. eXelate's smart data platform provides accurate, actionable, and agile data and analytics on online household demographics, purchase intent, and behavioral propensities. Through the collection of trillions of directly measured online data points and distribution partnerships with information leaders such as Nielsen, MasterCard Advisors, Bizo, and more, eXelate makes online, offline, and custom modeled data sets actionable across 800M online consumers worldwide. As members of the NAI, IAB, trustE, Council for Accountable Advertising, and Evidon's Open Data Partnership, eXelate is a leader in privacy compliant advertising practices. For more information, please visit http://www.exelate.com or follow @eXelate.

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