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Published By: Gleanster Research     Published Date: Oct 22, 2013
This Deep Dive from Gleanster research will explore why some marketing technologies may not be the best solution for distributed marketers and how an merging class of technology called “local marketing automation” is enabling corporate marketing to oversee brand consistency and simultaneously give local marketers autonomy and control over communications to their local target audiences.
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jan 13, 2014
Oracle, Leader Networks, and Social Media Today recently conducted an online survey of over 900 marketing and technology leaders at more than 500 organizations from around the world to explore what it means to be a socially enabled enterprise. Technology and Marketing executives from Chubb & Son, Shell and Whole Foods Market participated in in-depth interviews as part of the study and share lessons learned and provide practical insights from their perspective. Paul Gillin, veteran technology journalist and co-author of the bookAttack of the Customers, adds perspective based on his experience with applying social media to marketing, customer service and internal communications Download this exclusive White Paper, The Socially Enabled Enterprise to learn more about the opportunities and challenges global organizations are facing in the transition to becoming socially enabled enterprises.
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socially enabled enterprise, social business, social media monitoring, social marketing, social media management, social relationship management, social marketing platform, social marketing tools, social media tools, customer experience, customer insight, knowledge management
    
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Published By: InsideView     Published Date: Apr 27, 2015
Advances in automation increase visibility and accountability surrounding lead-to-revenue processes. Despite this, tensions between marketing and sales persist concerning the quality of support that marketing brings to the revenue-production equation. To progress from open hostilities to collaborative détente, CMOs will need to reimagine sales enablement programs and strategy around the journey that spans the customer’s lifetime. This means creating a more interdependent relationship with sales that puts the customer at the center of the conversations that marketing and sales create, talks more about the problems and issues that buyers face, and aligns lead-to-revenue planning and processes around outcome-focused goals.
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b2b, lead-to-revenue processes, customer success management, marketing-led communication, buyer's context
    
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