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Marketing Automation: Coming of Age Slowly
Marketing is possibly the only remaining major business function yet to revise its core processes to take advantage of IT that can cut time, costs, and improve

evaluating marketing strategy tools  all of these. While evaluating the marketing-automation product options, in addition to criteria that are common to any enterprise application selection, the following few pertinent tough questions should be asked: Can the evaluated products run our own models and proprietary algorithms? Can they integrate with our back-office data sources to drive effective marketing campaigns? Can they integrate and interface with other systems we might be using for data analytics, data-warehousing, content-management, Read More...
Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM)
The Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM) Knowledge Base research helps determine support levels of various systems that help companies market their services or products effectively an...
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Audit Your Message Strategy by Answering Three Questions
Most companies create a new marketing plan every 12 months. At the same time, they should audit their message strategy to stay on top of competitors’ marketing

evaluating marketing strategy tools  for consistency by first evaluating advertisements, then your web site, and finally, press releases. The primary benefit should stand out in each medium. There are many reasons for inconsistent message strategy delivery. The audit identifies the causes and recommends ways to deliver your message more consistently. One outcome of the audit is that you are able to decide if there's a need to implement a standard process for positioning. Some of the steps in the process become obvious when you audit your Read More...
Evaluating SaaS Solutions: A Checklist for Small and Midsized Enterprises
This paper from Saugatuck Technology discusses relevant criteria for evaluating SaaS solutions targeting small and midsize firms, and raises key questions that

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B2B Demand Generation: How Successful Companies Are Improving Sales and Marketing Results
For decades, solution-selling and marketing methodologies have used the principle of identifying pains associated with business processes, in order to create

evaluating marketing strategy tools  business marketing manager. When evaluating rules-based marketing automation capabilities, organizations should look for a marketing automation platform that is multi-channel, multi-track and multi-touch, giving marketers the ability to complement online messaging with ofline messages delivered via direct mail, a call center or sales representative. These systems are also known for their single touches. Instead, organizations need to automate multiple touch points throughout the irst 30 to 60 days after Read More...
Baan - What Will The Future In Invensys’ Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan
Baan, once a leading global provider of ERP software hopes its adoptive parent, Invensys, will put it back on the enterprise software applications map. However,

evaluating marketing strategy tools  Stable Bring? Part 2: Evaluating Baan P.J. Jakovljevic - November 30, 2000 Executive Summary Baan Co. once a leading global provider of enterprise business software has gone from an independent force in the ERP market to being part of the Invensys Software Systems Division. It is not dead, as some feared would be the case by now, because it has begun to win new major contracts. Since the acquisition, Invensys seems to be determined to capitalize on what Baan has to offer. The Baan core development Read More...
Online Marketing: Content Marketing to Keep Google Happy
There is no denying that content marketing is a must-do for any online business. Content is what drives your social media marketing and SEO campaigns, and

evaluating marketing strategy tools  Marketing: Content Marketing to Keep Google Happy There is no denying that content marketing is a must-do for any online business. Content is what drives your social media marketing and SEO campaigns, and without a strong content marketing campaign propelling your brand forward, your Internet marketing will eventually plateau. A content marketing campaign should mainly be focused on creating informational and educational content, not promotional material for your brand, building your authority as an Read More...
Non-Foods Marketing Selects VAI’s Mobile ERP
Non-Foods Marketing (NFM), a buying service for supermarkets, drug, hardware chains, and convenience stores, recently selected VAI’s S2K mobile and cloud

evaluating marketing strategy tools  Foods Marketing Selects VAI’s Mobile ERP Non-Foods Marketing (NFM), a national buying service for supermarkets, drug, hardware chains, and convenience stores, headquartered in Westbury, NY, recently selected VAI ’s S2K mobile and cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to improve inventory management processes and connect multiple divisions. Some of the categories that cannot be found elsewhere and that NFM markets to independent retailers and national chains are housewares, seasonal Read More...
Aligning Information Technology with Corporate Strategy
Aligning information technology (IT) with corporate strategy is key to maximizing the business impact of IT investments. Tree Top's structured process of

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Managing Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution
In Managing Financial Performance: Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution, learn how a unified, closed-loop performance management system...

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A Marketing Survival Guide
Find out in the white paper data quality: a marketing survival guide.

evaluating marketing strategy tools  Marketing Survival Guide Duplicate customer and prospect records. Incomplete data. Incorrect data. Fraudulent data. Do these problems sound familiar? These problems can frustrate your marketing efforts by undermining your business potential—and they cost you money. But how can you prevent these problems from occurring? And how do you deal with them if they've already taken root? Find out in the white paper Data Quality: A Marketing Survival Guide . You'll learn the different types of data problems, why Read More...
Enterprise Strategy Group
Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) is an integrated IT research, analysis, and strategy firm.

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How to Make Marketing Integration a Whole Lot Easier
Want to really frighten someone? Invite the poor soul to a meeting titled “Marketing Integration Planning.” Because when marketers hear “integration” they

evaluating marketing strategy tools  to Make Marketing Integration a Whole Lot Easier Want to really frighten someone? Invite the poor soul to a meeting titled “Marketing Integration Planning.” Because when marketers hear “integration” they imagine the goal is total, perfect integration, and lose heart—not realizing smaller victories can be achieved along the way with big payoffs. Demystify integration: discover what’s really achievable based on the needs and capabilities of your company and suppliers. Read More...
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