Making Ad Ops easier for publishers
We've simplified our offering to one solution — no technical jargon or fancy words.
Simply choose your implementation method.
Choose an implementation method that fits your business:
The “We’ll take the wheel” implementation
Sortable Ad Server
This is ideal for publishers with small Ad Ops teams that want to leverage Sortable’s hosted ad server and demand relationships.
The “You’re driving, but we’re the nice upgrade” implementation
Publisher Ad Server
This solution lets you run your own ad server and maintain your own demand relationships. This fits better with larger Ad Ops and Demand teams.
Our solution is designed for all types of publishers.
Here's what you get when you choose Sortable
You have access to all these features:
You have the flexibility to choose your implementation method:
HOW WE MEASURE UP
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