- Acquired by HootSuite
- January 1, 2008
- Dan Ciotu, Dragos Ilinca, Vladimir Oane
- Cambridge, MA
- Software, Analytics, Social Media
- UberVU offers an insights-driven dashboard for customers to observe key conversations, connect with customers, and report their success.
uberVU is a global technology company delivering social media marketing solutions. They develop a SaaS-based app designed to make social media marketers' lives easier.
uberVU analyzes big social data, combining powerful monitoring capabilities, intelligent data analysis and sleek reporting features to show insights such as influencers, stories, and trends in a user-friendly dashboard. Monitoring, engaging, collaborating and reporting in a single dashboard, uberVU is able to automate social media marketer's tedious manual work. The company was awarded as a winner of Seedcamp in 2008.
uberVU, a subsidiary of HootSuite, was founded in January 2008, by Dan Ciotu, Dragos Ilinca and Vladimir Oane in Cambridge, United States.
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Cambridge, MA 02142
George Beard Road
214 Aragon Tower
London, MA SE8 3AH
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