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Company Overview of AdForce, Inc.

Company Overview

As of June 2001, Adforce, Inc. went out of business. In January 2000, Adforce, Inc. completed a merger with Artichoke Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of CMGI, Inc., pursuant to which AdForce became a wholly owned subsidiary of CMGI. Previously, AdForce, Inc. provided centralized, outsourced ad management and delivery services on the Internet. Its services included campaign design, inventory management, targeting, ad delivery, tracking, measuring, and reporting capabilities. AdForce, Inc. formerly operated as a subsidiary of ProvisionSoft, Inc.

10101 North Deanza Blvd Suite 210

Cupertino, CA 95014

United States

Founded in 1994

109 Employees



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