The Future MarTech Conference

September 16-18, 2019 | USA

The MarTech® Conference is coming to Boston September 16-18, 2019. And even though the event is less than a quarter-mile from our headquarters we didn’t see Conversational Marketing being showcased as a topic at the event. So we had an idea: what if we host an online event with some of our role models to talk about the future of marketing that they’re seeing? And make it available to everyone around the world, on-demand…even if you won’t be in Boston for MarTech. We rounded up 11 modern sales & marketing leaders who want go beyond marketing & sales technology to showcase why customer experience is the future of marketing, and why ultimately the tools & technology will soon become irrelevant.

Spotlight

In a world of rapid market change, technological upheaval and massive restructuring, arguably, your most important business asset isn’t your products, technologies, or processes — it’s your data. The ability to transform your data into digital intelligence is central to competitive advantage. Only then can it fuel and automate processes, accelerate decisions, bring unique client experiences to life, and ultimately, disrupt entire industries. The problem is that data often remains trapped in siloed data stores or applications — both on premises, and increasingly, in the cloud. Different vendor APIs, architectures and data formats can make it hard to access and apply the advanced analytics needed to elevate data’s value — and make it available to the right people. What’s needed is a more proactive approach that integrates data and applications in all its forms, on and off premises, and provides greater visibility and control. The right solution must also secure and govern all types of data, from any source, across a hybrid cloud infrastructure.


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Spotlight

In a world of rapid market change, technological upheaval and massive restructuring, arguably, your most important business asset isn’t your products, technologies, or processes — it’s your data. The ability to transform your data into digital intelligence is central to competitive advantage. Only then can it fuel and automate processes, accelerate decisions, bring unique client experiences to life, and ultimately, disrupt entire industries. The problem is that data often remains trapped in siloed data stores or applications — both on premises, and increasingly, in the cloud. Different vendor APIs, architectures and data formats can make it hard to access and apply the advanced analytics needed to elevate data’s value — and make it available to the right people. What’s needed is a more proactive approach that integrates data and applications in all its forms, on and off premises, and provides greater visibility and control. The right solution must also secure and govern all types of data, from any source, across a hybrid cloud infrastructure.

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