Are your sales and marketing teams working with synergy, or in silos? The most successful organizations I’ve worked with all recognize one simple truth: sales and marketing share the same general goals and are better off working together.
At the start of November, 2018, Senator Ron Wyden (Democrat from Oregon) proposed a bill that is designed to amend the powers of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), giving the agency the power to investigate and prosecute companies that collect and use personal data from their consumers. Known as the Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA), this bill is clearly influenced by the EU’s recent activation of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
As part of our ongoing efforts to continually improve thINK Forum and build the best inkjet industry resource around, we regularly check in to see what’s popular on thINKforum.com. We keep tabs on the most-read blog posts, the most-downloaded resources, and the most-watched event presentations because we want to bring you more of the content that actually helps you grow your business. Now that we’re approaching the end of the calendar year, we thought it might be useful to share the most popular resources this year (so far).
Today’s enterprise priorities are strongly propelled by improving customer experience (CX). According to recent research from InfoTrends, about 80% of enterprises have a CX strategy in place, but only 67% say they have the right technology to properly execute on it. CX involves of all parts of a business, from sales and marketing to operations and customer service. Businesses are challenged with taking a cohesive approach that unites individual engagements across the entire customer journey.