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Industry debates Teradata marketing sell-off

Teradata’s decision to sell-off its marketing applications business and focus purely on data and analytics has divided the media and industry community watching the exponential rise of marketing technology globally.

Digital Marketing

Etihad roll outs Adobe's marketing, creative clouds for digital guest services

Etihad Airways is rolling out Adobe’s marketing, creative and document management solutions in order to lift the group’s digital guest experiences and capabilities to new heights. The new partnership reflects a $25 million investment into improving guest services, and is just one element of a transformative technology strategy that stretches across the group’s customer, digital, analytics and operational activities.

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Lark: Ditch legacy marketing thinking

Beautiful products and great experiences are the key to powerful brands, Xero’s CMO and well-known marketing technologist, Andy Lark, claims. To get there, marketers need to become “creative technologists” who embrace a set of “power laws” driven by platforms, data and real-time customer engagement.

Digital Marketing

How to choose a customer experience management platform

The growing desire among brands to improve customer experience has created a massive opportunity for technology suppliers to provide tools that help them build and deliver that experience. But as with many fast-growing segments of the marketing technology stack, confusion remains regarding exactly what a customer experience management (CEM) platform should do.

Digital Marketing

How Amcom built its brand in higher education with marketing automation

Taking an emerging technology offering to market as a marketer requires a serious education focus. But add in an academic and non-IT influencer audience, low brand recognition, and a relatively unknown prospect list, and you’ll start to understand the challenges Australian telecoms provider, Amcom, faced when it took its unified communication into the higher education sector.

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How to deploy a digital marketing strategy on a strict budget

When your marketing budget is restricted, it is critical to make every dollar count. One organisation that successfully implemented its marketing strategy despite a restricted capacity to spend big was The Smith Family, which recently exceeded its benchmarks and transformed its website into a million-dollar fundraising channel

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How the pandemic revealed the antidote to marketing’s image problem

What does marketing truly ‘own’ in most organisations? Brand and campaigns, definitely. Customer experience? That remains contested ground.

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On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” It may have been true in 1993 when this caption to a Peter Steiner cartoon appeared in the New Yorker. But after 30 years online, it’s no longer the case.

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