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Marketing Planning Master Class: Ken Evans from Fuze
Ken Evans leads an award-winning Marketing Ops function at one of the world’s fastest-growing B2B tech companies: Fuze. Hear his best recommendations for marketing planning tools & techniques. Also see our blog post based on the the interview with Ken: How Fuze Got Their Marketing Planning Groove Back
How I Plan: Cal Gibbons of Land O'Lakes
As a Marketing Systems Administrator, Cal Gibbons has a unique outlook on strategic marketing planning. Here's how he puts it to use at $14B agricultural co-operative Land O'Lakes!
How Fuze Got Their Marketing Planning Groove Back
The fast pace of marketing means maintaining your position at the forefront of innovation can be next to impossible. With the time investment required to execute day-to-day operations and a dizzying number of collaborative processes, maintaining the status quo can seem a lot easier than making big changes. One specific...
How Pitney Bowes Got to Marketing ROI by Starting with I
Every year, a top priority for marketers is the ability to measure ROI, but the reality is very few marketing organizations actually produce quality ROI insights. Creating valuable advanced measurements is hard.\ This webinar touches on how Pitney Bowes, a $3.5B global company, leveraged technology to take control of their...
Webinar Series: Designing the Marketer’s Data Set for Better Execution
In this three-part webinar series, we’re discussing what separates the average marketing organization from the best in the world. From our work with hundreds of marketers from organizations like Microsoft, Signify, General Electric and more, we’ve learned it’s not solely about the best creative campaigns or highly efficient execution – the best marketing organizations excel by first...
3 things to consider when changing your data strategy
Change is inevitable. This undeniable truth is something a forward-thinking marketing leader needs to keep in the back of their mind always. There are going to be changes in their market, with their technology, people shifting roles and a multitude of other developments ranging from disruptive to minute. But a...
Don't Just Measure Marketing-Prove its Value to the Business. Here's How...
It’s the new year. Your CMO has laid out a vision for what they want your large, global marketing organization to accomplish. To get there, your Marketing Ops team is building a useful and integrated technology stack. They’re also working hard to keep campaign, response, and investment data clean, because...
Struggling to Measure Up: Why are Marketers Missing the Mark?
Measuring impact is a universal struggle for marketers. More than 60% of Fortune 1000 CMOs claim they cannot quantify the impact of marketing in either the short or long term. There is a whole spectrum of suffering that ranges from having no idea where to begin, to marketers up to...
Overwhelmed by Martech? Stay Close to Your Marketing Operations Roots
Back in 2015, chiefmartec.com reported that 91% of marketers felt they didn’t have a complete or fully utilized tech stack. 91%! A year later, that number dropped to 68%, a solid improvement over the previous year but still not a strong vote of confidence in martech adoption and utilization (data for 2017...
Keepin’ it Clean: Why Data Cleanliness is Always Top of Mind for Successful Marketers
Spend some time with Marketing Operations professionals and it will become obvious how important data is to a high functioning Marketing department. This truth was validated when we interviewed dozens of marketers for our report, The Essential Framework for Optimizing Marketing Performance. During these conversations, many topics were discussed, but...
Why You Must Take the Plunge and Implement a System of Record
In case you missed it, Microsoft’s tech stack was recently highlighted on Scott Brinker’s chiefmartec.com. Needless to say, every marketer should be interested to see what a forward-thinking organization like Microsoft is doing with marketing technology. Companies like Microsoft, that have a well thought out approach to Marketing technology get better business...
The Marketing Operations Efficiency Formula
Every marketer needs more time in their day. The pressure to drive impact keeps increasing, but it is a struggle to find the time to complete to-do lists. Not to mention finding money in the budget to execute on your creative ideas! How do we buy back more time and...
How a $1B Startup Runs Marketing to Lead Digital Transformation
GE Digital is a newly-formed, well-capitalized “startup” within one of America’s oldest and best-respected companies. Neenu Sharma is a change agent who leads marketing operations in this unique environment. Under her leadership, GE Digital’s marketing operations functions has undergone a complete transformation. We sat down with her to hear her...
The Missing Link in Becoming Customer Centric
We can all become more customer-centric in our marketing organizations. In marketing, most of the focus has been on customer-facing interactions, otherwise known as the front office of marketing. But without incorporating a strong back office, marketers will fall short in creating a true customer-first approach. Join IDC’s Kathleen Schaub...

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