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Today’s business leaders are faced with an increasingly fractured vendor landscape leading to operational inefficiency, siloed teams, loss of consumer trust and legal risk and, worst of all, a disjointed customer experience. In a market where companies largely differentiate and scale on customer experience, this makes data strategy a vital component of organizational health.
The proliferation of marketing technologies, an expansion in the use of private customer data and a rapid shift in the global privacy environment (GDPR and EU-US Privacy Shield, for example) are creating an increasingly vulnerable environment with harsh penalties for non-compliance.
How companies handle and protect consumer data privacy is much more than a compliance issue. As privacy becomes a competitive differentiator, firms will have to develop a cohesive privacy strategy and program. This report outlines the capabilities necessary to build a comprehensive consumer data privacy program, with an emphasis on the roles that marketing and business strategy leaders must play.
It’s a simple truth: no one can reliably predict the future of marketing technology. The onslaught of new vendors and capabilities is only getting more overwhelming, and in many cases, the purchase and deployment of a new solution is only a few clicks away. But without a crystal ball, how can today’s marketers successfully plan for tomorrow?
Learn how L.L. Bean is using Tealium AudienceStream as a single source of customer profiles to power cart and browse abandonment, as well as align customer messaging across channels.
See how Mason Companies, which runs ShoeMall.com and other major e-commerce sites, achieved what it thought was impossible: deploy 99 tags across nine divisions in four weeks.