Integreon Partners with Turtl to Provide Dynamic Content Creation and Automation Capability for Creative Services Clients

December 9, 2020 – FARGO, ND and LONDON, UK – Integreon, a global managed services provider and leader in creative services delivery, and Turtl, a content creation and automation technology company, today announced a new partnership. Integreon will be using Turtl’s platform in its company’s global Creative Services practice to deliver innovative and compelling digital materials for clients. Integreon’s content designers and production graphics teams will utilize Turtl’s tools to create analytics-informed content deliverables for their growing list of corporate, professional services, and legal clients.

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