Video: Why SAP Will Be an Ad Player

Luma Partners CEO Terence Kawaja believes we’re in the midst of a process he calls “the scientification of media.” This will mean challenges for existing players, particularly those without deep technology chops. It will also mean the confused advertising technology landscape will attract new entrants to consolidate the field. In a clip from his keynote conversation yesterday at DIGIDAY: TARGET, Kawaja discusses this trend and why he believes a company like SAP could easily become a very important player in advertising. See the full interview.

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