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LiveRamp Holdings Inc RAMP Stock Quote

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  • Last Close 29.73
  • Sector Technology
  • Industry Software - Infrastructure
  • Investment Style Small Growth
  • Day Range 29.38  –  29.88
  • Year Range 15.37  –  32.97
  • Market Cap 1.9692 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 260,957.0 /  389,690.7
  • Price / Sales 3.22
  • Price / Book 2.14
  • Forward Div Yield
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Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis RAMP

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LiveRamp's Clearer Picture of Customer Journey Benefits Publishers and Advertisers

Ali Mogharabi Senior Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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We believe LiveRamp plays an important role in addressing the disruption that data privacy regulations, Apple’s data policy changes, and the upcoming end to third-party cookies by Google have brought to the digital advertising market. The firm’s cloud-based software allows various participants in the digital advertising workflow—publishers, supply-side platforms, demand-side platforms, and advertisers and agencies—to connect data from different sources for a better view of a customer’s current or potential journey from awareness to closing a sale, which can help marketers better personalize ad campaigns to increase the returns on their efforts.

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Company Profile RAMP

Business Description

LiveRamp’s cloud-based software helps businesses combine their data (first-party data) about customer touch points such as on webpages, mobile apps, in stores, and on other devices with data from other sources to get a better view of a current or potential customer’s activity. Such combined data can help businesses and advertisers create better profiles of their customers. The software is also used by publishers to easily combine their data with that of advertisers, helping them to optimize their ad inventory. LiveRamp generates revenue through a one-year subscription model (around 80% of total revenue) for its software. The firm also provides a marketplace for third-party data owners and data buyers, around 20% of total revenue.

225 Bush Street, Seventeenth Floor
San Francisco, CA, 94104
Industry Software - Infrastructure
Employees 1,370

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FAQs for LiveRamp Holdings Inc Stock

No. RAMP does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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RAMP’s market cap is 1.97 Bil.
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RAMP’s stock style is Small Growth.
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RAMP’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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