video | February 19, 2017
Prove Marketing’s Contribution with Undeniable Scientific Fact
Today’s topic is how to make marketing scientific through a marketing operations department. Shift from art to science to prove marketing’s contribution to revenue with scientific fact. If you would like help with making marketing scientific, visit The Studio, SBI’s multimillion dollar, one-of-a-kind, state-of-the-art executive briefing center. A visit to The Studio increases the probability of making your number because the sessions are built on the proven strength and stability of SBI, the industry leader in B2B sales and marketing.
Joining us is Arnaud Kraajvanger, the Vice President of Marketing Insights and Operations for Genesys. Genesys provides customer experience contact center solutions. More than 10,000 companies in over 100 countries trust the industry’s #1 customer experience platform to orchestrate seamless omnichannel customer journeys. Watch as Arnaud describes how marketing operations is in a unique position with more data than ever to prove marketing’s impact to revenue with scientific fact.
Why this topic is important? Data is everywhere. Channels are exploding. Technology is changing. Executives require more detailed reporting. Marketing can no longer rely on intuition and experience is no longer enough. You are living in the “show me” era, and this means marketers need a little less art and a little more science.
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In the first segment Arnaud describes the outcomes marketing operations drives toward to make the company and marketing more effective. Data-driven insights help us in the following areas:
Watch as Arnaud describes the marketing operations organization structure and roles required for success. We discuss the specific roles and the work relationships between marketing operations and other parts of the organization.
Arnaud and I discuss the following questions throughout the show to demonstrate how to transition to a more scientific marketing department.
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