Category Archives: Marketing Technology

Automated marketing technology opportunities: Enhancing human opportunity

We need to develop the technical skills to maximize the machine’s output, while still nurturing the creativity that underpins the best marketing campaigns. Andy Betts on October 11, 2019  Across industries and in nearly every vertical, AI is driving digital transformation. In sales, for example, 70% of US-based professionals are now using some form of … Continue reading Automated marketing technology opportunities: Enhancing human opportunity

Buying martech is easy, managing the process to use it effectively is the hard part

Shifting priorities wreak havoc on our best intentions as martech buyers so it’s important to take the time to plan and avoid random acts of martech. Steve Petersen on August 29, 2019 It’s easier to buy than to manage when it comes to marketing technology. While finding a solution to a problem isn’t always a … Continue reading Buying martech is easy, managing the process to use it effectively is the hard part

Hello peak martech: 2019 Marketing Technology Landscape growth slows for first time

Marketing technologies are taking new shape in response to several factors, not least of which is the cloud. Ginny Marvin on April 4, 2019  SAN JOSE, CA — The number of companies encompassed in the famous Marketing Technology Landscape did not grow by double digits for the first time in eight years, with the 2019 Marketing … Continue reading Hello peak martech: 2019 Marketing Technology Landscape growth slows for first time

Martech can deliver personalized consumer experiences, but humans are still required

The human component of marketing remains as important as ever to make technology more effective over the lifetime of a brand-consumer relationship. April Mullen on March 11, 2019 In the ever-evolving age of digital marketing, marketers are competing against many things: time constraints, a noisy marketplace, endless channels and formats for content, just to name … Continue reading Martech can deliver personalized consumer experiences, but humans are still required