September 17th, 2020 — To do martech right, we can all agree: it’s all about the data. Our September Martechify session featured a conversation with marketing leaders, Delci Organ of Nokia, Joe Quinn of NI, and Luke Mortensen of PayPal, on how to navigate, organize, and orchestrate powerful full-lifecycle data flows.
Director, High Touch Demand at National Instruments
Director of Marketing Analytics, Global ROI and Americas at PayPal
Marketing Technology Strategist at Nokia
With access to big data, organizations expect better campaign results. But the challenge is achieving a seamless flow of data across all platforms within an organization’s martech stack.
In order to effectively tackle data orchestration, we must look at the big-picture goal. During the session, we mapped out the approach below for a visualization of a data flow. Harnessing data requires identifying data points within an automation platform and determining how to feed the automation.
The expected result of well-harnessed data is to provide better insights for campaign optimization. Some buzzwords from the discussion that were used to describe well-harnessed data:
The road to get to well-harnessed data can present a variety of challenges:
Data Mess: Cluttered data that may be unorganized and unreliable; no roadmap nor clear method of data infrastructure
Data Silos: Data that is only accessible to one department in an organization; people resources are not structured to support advanced data orchestration
Decisioning Islands: Collected data that is kept separate and isolated; no full view of the customer journey
Data Overload: Too much data; data architecture might not be designed to scale for higher volumes
Each expert demonstrated ways to resolve the data challenges captured above. Here’s how they summed up their advice on achieving seamless data flows:
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