Different departments use different systems to work with the same or similar information. You may even have purchased other smaller companies and have to shoehorn their systems in to work with yours. All of these types of scenarios create inefficiencies and inaccuracies, which cost your company money. Nobody wants to spend money on wasteful issues like that, right?
In the age of smartphones, self-driving cars, SQL-less databases and marketing driven by artificial intelligence, it’s easy to forget how old some of the tried-and-true software we interact with every day really is. You may be able to pay your credit card bill from your phone, but somewhere along the line, there’s a good chance that transaction includes adding to a nightly COBOL batch job or similar mainframe process.
Lon Keller Posted in: Business, Business Analysis, Certifications, Competitive Analysis, Data Analytics, Data Integration, Data Management, Data Modeling, Data Quality, Data Rationalization, Data Visualization, Insights, Integration, Internet of Things (IoT), partnerDRIVEN, Partners, Reporting, Sales, Sales Cloud, Salesforce, Strategy, System Architecture, Brand, Audience, Message, Buyer Journey Optimization, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Marketing Data Transformation, Technical Enablement, Technical Strategy
Working in the manufacturing industry? You’ve got a tough job. In this episode, learn more about partnerDRIVEN – a manufacturing solution designed to simplify your partner marketing, lead management, funding and a lot more heavy lifting.
How well do you really understand your data? What are your data sources? Does your organization take an active approach to cleaning your data regularly?
In this day and age, it is important for enterprises to leverage both systems of record and systems of engagement that are integrated together. This approach is referred to as “two-tier ERP.” The system of record tier usually consists of on-premise ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems, and the system of engagement tier is generally a Cloud-based solution.
What’s the key to maximizing revenue for most organizations? Aligning marketing and sales efforts, especially when it comes to lead management.
In the world of system architecture and IT policies, one is bound to run into the term “security model.” Well, what does that mean exactly?
Renee Cook Posted in: Content Strategy, Data Integration, Digital Experience, Digital Marketing, Email Marketing, Insights, Integrated Marketing, Integration, Marketing, Mass Media, Media Strategy, Online Marketing, SEO, Social Media, Web Analytics, Buyer Journey Optimization, Content Development, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs, Technical Enablement
First, let’s define what digital marketing really means. “Digital marketing” is an umbrella term for the targeted, measurable, and interactive marketing of products or services using digital technologies to convert leads into customers.
Bringing your customer journey to life isn’t easy. It’s a big job, and it requires a big picture strategy for everything from digital marketing to integration.
While the work itself is complex, we’re always looking for ways to make it simple for our clients. And after attending Salesforce Connections in New York City last week, we’re excited about new advancements in technology that will help enhance and streamline the customer journey on a global scale.
Wondering what’s in store? Here’s a quick recap of the conference, including the top tech, tips and takeaways.
Eric Dukart Posted in: B2B, Customer Journey, Data Integration, Digital Marketing, Integrated Marketing, Integration, Marketing, Marketing Cloud, Pardot, Salesforce, Strategy, Brand, Audience, Message, Targeted Marketing Programs, Technical Enablement
It’s time to align your digital marketing channels and devices with your marketing automation platform. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an “out of the box” solution to make this integration seamless? Unfortunately, it isn’t quite that easy. It takes thoughtful strategy, calculated decisions and a fair amount of work to make it successful.
Here are four key considerations that we define with our clients to help ensure the best possible integration: