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Bridge the Data-Driven Personalization Gap With Customer Data Platforms

Bridge the Data-Driven Personalization Gap With Customer Data Platforms

To compete with the likes of Amazon and Google, brands need a true platform approach to customer data, one that connects a patchwork of siloed martech solutions by creating a single, comprehensive set of data. However, data unification is only the first step.

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The Digital Marketing Maelstrom Is Pushing the Discipline Forward

The Digital Marketing Maelstrom Is Pushing the Discipline Forward

Many farers in the seas of marketing were taught to think of the customer as their north star. Marketers and marketing analysts know customer wants, needs, fears and aversions and bring that knowledge to bear when making or influencing business decisions.

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How to Build the Right Team for Cross-Channel CRM and Marketing

How to Build the Right Team for Cross-Channel CRM and Marketing

Customer relationship management (CRM) and marketing teams have access to a plethora of tools designed to help cope with the increasing complex task of cross-channel customer engagement. But the best tool is worthless if it isn’t mirrored within the organizational structure. CDPs Break Through Data Silos ...

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Why Your Customer Data Platform Is a Failure

Why Your Customer Data Platform Is a Failure

“Account number, please.” Three simple words that tell me I am about to have a less than optimal customer experience. It’s an all too familiar scenario: I call up a company, and the phone system asks me to punch in my account number to verify who I am.

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Customer Data Platforms: The Truth Behind the Hype

Customer Data Platforms: The Truth Behind the Hype

Knowledge of the customer is a priority for marketing organizations. In fact, chief marketing officers report that two-thirds of their budgets go toward supporting customer retention and growth, according to Gartner’s 2017-2018 CMO Survey. Investments focused on existing customers are rapidly outpacing spending on acquiring new customers.

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