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Marketing Technology Landscape Supergraphic (2016)

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I’m posting this from the 2016 MarTech USA conference in San Francisco — a fitting venue to release the 2016 marketing technology landscape supergraphic. You can click on the image above for a larger version — which you’ll obviously need in order to be able to see anything more than a colorful blur. The 5 Stages of Maturity in Marketing Technology Categories.

Rise of the Marketing Platform

Modern B2B Marketing

The evolution of marketing has historically been measured in decades: 1900s – 1920s: Marketing is focused on product attributes. But in the last few years, technology has taken marketing by storm. What this means is that marketing has changed more in the last five years than in the hundred before that. Five Big Trends in Marketing Today. Ready for it? Why Now?

Top 10 B2B Inbound Marketing Predictions for 2015

KEO Marketing

Mobile’s rapid explosion will continue this year, and this will in turn fuel significant focus on local. Mobile and local go hand in hand, as people who conduct research on their mobile devices want to then take action right away by interacting with a business in their area. There’s been a clear shift in LinkedIn’s positioning overall. Now, it is just the opposite.

Why is customer-centric marketing still more talk than action?

Reputation to Revenue

Michael Shrage’s recent Harvard Business Review post, Great Customers Inspire Great Innovations , got me thinking: Why, amid so much evidence of the power of customer-centric business, are so many companies still mired in inside-out operations? Busicom, a scientific calculator company, for example, commissioned Intel [in 1969] to design a chipset for its new programmable calculators.

The ROI of Business Intelligence

The ROI Guy

These spreadsheets remain difficult and costly to maintain, introduce data and analytical errors, and lock key information within the hands of too few employees. According to 2005 research by Accenture, 15% of companies are at the proof-of-concept stage with BI, 22% are engaged in a pilot, and 36% have committed to one or more solutions. One in 10 isn't doing anything and 12% are monitoring the situation. In 2004, while most IT spending was flat, the BI market grew 11% to reach $4.3 billion in worldwide software revenues.

The ROI of Business Intelligence

Tom Pisello

These spreadsheets remain difficult and costly to maintain, introduce data and analytical errors, and lock key information within the hands of too few employees. According to 2005 research by Accenture, 15% of companies are at the proof-of-concept stage with BI, 22% are engaged in a pilot, and 36% have committed to one or more solutions. One in 10 isn't doing anything and 12% are monitoring the situation. In 2004, while most IT spending was flat, the BI market grew 11% to reach $4.3 billion in worldwide software revenues.