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After working late to hand off your projects ahead of a long-awaited family holiday, you summon a car with your smartphone app, which normally arrives in two minutes.
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The use of Technology in marketing is booming, however marketers do not have the skills needed to properly utilise this, argues James Forbes, head of digital and marketing at information management consultancy, InfoReady.
Small businesses can’t find big budgets for data analytics projects, but it’s still something worth investing in. Even the most basic of analytics strategies can yield significant results for a smaller organisation.
James Forbes of Infoready shares how marketers can improve data collection and management.
Best practice is the beauty that has been courted by businesses for decades. But in today’s ‘agile’ world, it’s a love affair that’s in its final throes.
People in marketing are constantly being told how valuable customer data is, and how much of a competitive advantage it can provide an organisation.
Many years ago, when gold was discovered at Ballarat, it kick-started an historical gold rush. While it lasted, people weren’t looking for the precious metal; they were simply finding it wherever they were.
Australia might be at the end of the mining boom, but it’s just kicking off the data mining boom. Big data is going to be a truly hot topic in 2014, with IDC predicting that spend on big data technologies worldwide will grow by 30 per cent over the next year.
By now everyone has heard the story of how Target in the US was able to figure out that a teenage girl was pregnant before her father. Controversy from that specific case aside, being able to engage with customers at that kind of depth is a holy grail for modern successful business.
“Big data” is the buzz-phrase that’s being spouted by those who want to sound tech-forward, but what does it really mean?
When businesses hear the phrase “big data”, they often assume it’s a IT problem, best left to the techies. They couldn’t be more wrong.
There are two things emerging marketing channels have in common: they’re based on technology and they’re social.
Recent industry surveys have shown a steady increase in demand and uptake of data warehouse appliances.
Data is one of the most important assets to an Organization. However, just by collecting data does not mean an Organization is “enabled” to make quick, informed and smart business decisions.