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.
This Deep Dive research study from Gleanster explores how Top Performing organizations are using a new class of multi-channel campaign management technology called "local marketing automation" to empower local / regional marketers with marketing technology while simultaneously maintaining corporate control over the brand.
Published By: Anaplan
Published Date: Mar 29, 2018
To support these principles, Anaplan was deliberately crafted as a highly distributed global company that allows for significant resiliency against threats and disasters. All functions within Anaplan are geographically distributed across the globe, reducing risks associated with regional events.
The U.S. offices host most of the sales, marketing, and support activities. Staff in the U.K. and Singapore offices provide regional coverage, in addition to backup support.
Marketing process optimization technologies are emerging everywhere. Yet none fully address a corporate marketer's needs and none fit the definition of a complete, integrated enterprise marketing management system. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't start implementing EMM today.
Brand marketers invest billions to create an emotional connection between their brand and prospective customers. As media fragments and customers increasingly engage with the brand in ways outside the direct control of the corporate marketer, brand positioning and messaging and the building of emotional connections with consumers becomes more challenging.
As an industry, our ability to seize the potential for social media for lead generation is stifled by one thing: an outdated mindset. We still think advertising is advertising and social media is something else. In fact, advertising and social media are the same thing: they're content. The moment we realize that all marketing is content, we can break through the campaign mindset and find new ways to fuel powerful brand interactions-the kind that fuel transactions. In this white paper, you'll learn about several ways to transform your Web site into a lead generation machine with distributed content marketing.
The Hager Group is a $1.5-billion electronics manufacturer. With a distributed global workforce of more than 10,000 employees, Hager has 40 sales subsidiaries and 25 industrial sites worldwide. Today, with a centralized marketing database and software, Hager can ensure data quality and deliver personalized, targeted communications according to customer and prospect profiles and behavior. This program allows Hager to capture 1,000 new prospects each month, and achieve a 10 percent conversion rate - resulting in an incremental revenue increase of $42 million per year.
Does your organization have one corporate identity and a network of local affiliates? This report from Gleanster Research outlines how Top Performing organizations power regional and local multi-channel marketing communications to deliver a cohesive customer experience across corporate and local marketing engagement.