Training—it’s such an important factor in productivity, engagement, and retention, yet it’s not easy to manage. Who should be trained? On what? By what means? And always, how do you know that training “took”? Our Trends in Training Survey, sponsored by Adobe, sought to find answers to those questions and many others.
This report will highlight important training information on:
• Employee vs Manager Training
• Leadership and Supervisor Skills
• Employee Training Priorities
• Measuring Training Effectiveness
• And more!
Want to see the results? Download our summary today!
No matter what field you are in, it's likely that your organization has spent a lot of time and money on training and development. But what is the value of that training? Can you quantify it, and if so, do you? The most important question an organization can ask about training might be: is it worth it? We found out what HR and training professionals had to say.
While having the right tech is key to delivering great experiences, an equally important part of the equation is having the right people, processes and org structures.
Three best practices to design your org for successful experience delivery:
1. Cultivate the right skills and find the right talent for customer obsession
2. Set up org structures that encourage cross channel collaboration
3. Embrace the possibility of using external support to address the challenges of change management
Put your data in the hands of those who need it most, so they can act quickly to deliver great customer experiences. And a better bottom line.
Data is no longer the domain of a few. Everyone in your organization should be thinking about it. And more importantly, acting upon it. This means taking data insights out of the realm of data scientists and making them a natural part of everyone’s workflow — from the marketing department to the executive team.
To seize and capitalize on the data you already have, it’s important for analysts and marketers to rethink data—shifting from a reporting mindset to an action mindset.
74% of organizations want to be data driven, yet only 29% say they’re good at connecting analytics to action.
To achieve personalization at scale, brands need to develop a better understanding of each customer they interact with, and that’s all about combining all the data they collect from every available source into a single cohesive customer view. There is no way they can handle this task or manage all this data manually, which is why data management platforms (DMPs) rose to prominence. Today, companies are looking to build on this single customer view with a real-time understanding of their audience across every digital channel, marking the next phase on the maturity ramp for DMPs.
The fight for customer attention is a daily struggle, but it doesn’t have to be. With a data management platform (DMP), you can be confident that the experiences you deliver are the ones your customers want and expect.
o What a DMP can do for you
o The three functions of a DMP
o How Adobe Audience Manager can help
1994. The first-ever banner ad launched. The first “click here.” Now, 25 years later, spending on digital advertising is big business — and it’s becoming more sophisticated, more customer-focused, and more dynamic. That’s exciting.
At Adobe, we've been there from the early days — providing designers with digital creation tools to build ads. And offering advertisers an industry-leading, independent ad platform to ensure ads effectively reach target audiences across channels. We're proud to be part of advertising history and to be helping our customers succeed. We can't wait to help lead the next 25 years of digital advertising.
A better digital experience is only as good as the technology behind it.
We're serious about bringing you the best in customer experience platforms. And it shows. In Ovum's recent SWOT Assessment: Adobe Experience Cloud, you'll learn how advances in out technologies can help you build intelligent services, improve Adobe implementations, and integrate your own applications. So you can more easily deliver the tools that help your organization meet customer demands more quickly.
In the race to please customers and beat out the competition, there’s been a lot of talk about customer data platforms (CDPs). For marketers, a CDP is just what they’ve been looking for — a more comprehensive approach to unified customer data that lets you include raw personally identifiable information or sensitive data in your data pool.
But while IT teams see the ultimate value, they may question the idea introducing a new point solution that complicates their tech stack even more. The days of brute forcing customer experience with new technology are over. Today, IT teams need to make decisions about customer experience management that span the business and go beyond marketing. That requires a different approach to the customer data problem. To learn more about our solution to the customer data platform, read our article Real-time CPD. Real-time customer experience.
Turn leads into customers. Reengage cold ones. Welcome new subscribers and remind them to renew. All of these practices are possible one to one. But what if you’re a marketer who needs to reach millions? Take a look at Marketing Automation Workflows Every Marketer Should Know and learn how to improve engagement, gain more qualified leads, and drive ROI at scale.
Email marketing still work really well. But the world of email is changing. The inbox is fragmented like never before. Messages have to be more relevant, delivered at the right time, and still be considered important enough to read. If any of the signs in this piece sound familiar, it may be time for your organization to put a plan in place to move from ‘sending emails’ to developing a marketing automation program that meets the needs of your customers better.
The Digital Trends 2019 survey closed with more than 12,500 responses worldwide!
The results are in for 2019 and once again, businesses have their sights set on improving customer experience. Data continues to dominate, with an understanding that smarter use will lead to greater rewards. Data ownership and compliance are top-of-mind. And technological advances are an exciting prospect for many. But some need more guidance to understand the benefits for their business. Discover what your top digital priorities for 2019 should be with the 2019 Digital Trends report by Econsultancy in association with Adobe.
Key topics that you’ll read more about in this year’s report:
• Optimising customer experience and delivering personalised experiences in real time.
• Using data better for smarter audience segmentation and targeting.
• Be wary of walled gardens. Control and own the data, and always be compliant.
• Automation is the future. Understand the benefits, learn how to use it.
Gartner conducts an annual magic quadrant on CRM lead management and Marketo has been named as a leader. Marketo leads all vendors in completeness of vision, and now part of Adobe, seek to continue that vision for a product that helps create the best possible customer experience.
Read the Gartner report Magic Quadrant for CRM Lead Management, and learn the following:
? How CRM lead management enhances the customer journey
? How CRM lead management can convert even more sales
? Why Marketo remains a Leader on the strength of its overall platform
It’s your first cruise vacation and you’re ready to board. You check one last time to be sure the smart wristband the cruise line sent you last week is securely fastened. Then you join the rest of the crowd on the dock. As you calculate which boarding line is shortest, a crew member glances at your wristband and directs you to a special entrance. No waiting. Once at your room, a sensor verifies the ID in your device and the door opens automatically, saving you from having to juggle bags to find a key.
Today, it’s possible for you to reach everyone from new leads to current customers — with relevant messaging customized to match their needs. Marketing automation allows you to react quickly to the actions that your diverse audience makes when interacting with your brand. It can also help you gain more sales-qualified leads, shorten the sales cycles, drive conversion and sales, and, best of all, measure your efforts.
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Since Adobe debuted the PDF file format in the early 1990s, it has become the defacto standard for electronic documents in many markets. While engineers, publishers, and printers push the format to its technical limits with rich media and 3-D content, the general office worker comprises the PDF-using majority.
Le cloud est devenu un incontournable des technologies de l'information depuis près de dix ans. SaaS (Software-as-a-Service), IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) et désormais XaaS (Anything-as-a-Service) : autant de solutions technologiques proposées sous forme de services qui stimulent l'adoption de ce que nous appelons collectivement les services cloud.
Soucieuses de transformer au plus vite leur activité, les entreprises du monde entier font appel aux technologies numériques pour gagner en agilité et en efficacité, réaliser des économies et offrir à leurs clients une expérience hors normes. Les processus de signature documentaire représentent l’un des plus grands atouts pour accélérer cette transformation.
De plus en plus d’entreprises trouvent leurs audiences en ligne. Celles qui ciblent leurs clients par le biais d’un message cohérent sur l’ensemble des canaux digitaux obtiennent un meilleur retour sur investissement.
Il suffit de se promener en ville ou de se rendre dans une entreprise pour constater que le mobile est devenu le nouveau système d’exploitation de l’humanité. Le téléphone envahit nos vies. Il nous réveille le matin, nous propose des itinéraires de remplacement pour éviter les bouchons ou nous permet d’obtenir un bon de réduction dans la queue d’un fast?food.
Les marketeurs dans le domaine des médias et du divertissement
ont toujours joué à un jeu de cache-cache aux enjeux élevés avec
leurs audiences, à la recherche de fans à forte valeur ajoutée. Mais dans le monde digital d’aujourd’hui, en constante évolution, les règles ont changé.
Au fil du temps, les marketeurs qui se consacrent aux services financiers ont été témoins de l’émergence et du déclin de bien des stratégies d’acquisition. Les agences physiques dominaient autrefois l’univers des achats.