Of the total $430M allocated for advanced marketing analytics, 24% of the responders represent $220M, and 76% represent $210M. Want to learn more? Fill out our form to receive your free C-Level 2016 Marketing Study.
Approximately 40% of marketers will increase their in-house marketing analytics staff in 2016. Want to learn more? Fill out our form to receive your free C-Level 2016 Marketing Study.
Marketing relies on multiple resources across the enterprise to help manage their Marketing Technology stack. Marketing Operations leads the way, but there are nearly as many marketers also partnering with their IT department. Even with so many SaaS-based Marketing Technology offerings that don‘t need IT to “manage” a 3rd party […]
A probe into 2016 marketing technology investments may be an indication of marketer’s intent to fill data and reporting gaps, and fulfill their priorities. There is an indicated proclivity to purchase Business Intelligence, Marketing Automation/Campaign, and Customer Interaction tools in 2016. This supports the previous findings that marketers are more […]
Jim Lenskold and I met at a board meeting for the Marketing Accountability Standards Board (MASB). It is the world’s only board that is successfully developing Marketing Standards, like the Financial Accountability Standards Board (FASB) did years back. It was there we both discovered our common passion to help C-level […]
Marketers currently use a breadth of tools to help compile and report marketing analytics. The most commonly used category is Customer Relationship Management (CRM), which is not that surprising given the proliferation of its current adoption, as well as the need to report on pipeline, customer acquisition, retention/repeat, and up-selling […]