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Below are the reports we have related to digital strategy and planning. This includes broader digital strategy challenges and issues as well as specific topics like digital budgets, digital marketing planning, digital skills, governance, team structures and so on.
Successful innovation always begins in the same place: with the customer. The Econsultancy Innovating the Digital Customer Experience report, in association with Jahia, looks at the importance of innovation in customer experience, what brands and companies are currently doing in this arena, and where those companies plan to head next.
Being able to structure your overall digital marketing strategy is essential to make sure that the individual elements of your overall marketing work as best as they can. In this document, you will find information that can help you effectively manage and own your online assets.
In a fast-moving and highly competitive retail market, companies are increasingly embarking on programmes to digitally transform themselves. The Digital Transformation in the Retail Sector report looks at the challenges that retailers are facing. The research seeks to understand best practice approaches from those interviewed, along with techniques and strategies that different types of retailers are adopting to increase their chances of success.
The State of Email and Marketing Automation in South-East Asia report, produced by Econsultancy in collaboration with IBM Marketing Cloud, is based on a survey of over 500 client-side marketers and agency respondents. It looks at the extent to which organisations value email and marketing automation technology, explores how they use the technology they currently have and examines their current and future priorities in this area.
Digital Shift, a quarterly service from Econsultancy, is intended as a guide to support strategic thinking. Focused tightly on digital technologies, marketing and ecommerce, it’s about delivering actionable insight on trends that will be significant in the short to mid-term, and which can be used to generate new ideas, improve business performance and stay ahead of the competition.
Building on our inaugural Career and Salary Survey in 2015 (previously called The Salary Survey), Econsultancy collaborated with sister brands Marketing Week, Design Week and Creative Review to survey nearly 8,500 people across the marketing, digital, design and advertising industries. This report is based on data provided by those who classify themselves as general marketing and digital professionals, numbering over 4,300 individuals.
In addition, use Econsultancy's Salary Survey calculator to find out whether you're getting paid enough and see how you rank against your peers.
The Rise of Marketing Technologists report, produced by Econsultancy in association with IBM Marketing Cloud, is based on a survey of almost 450 marketing, digital and ecommerce professionals based in Australia and New Zealand. The report, which aims to sum up the state of marketing technology in the region, looks at the extent to which companies value marketing technology, how they use the technology they have, and their current and future marketing technology priorities.
The 2016 Digital Trends report, based on the fifth annual trends survey conducted by Econsultancy and Adobe, highlights the key digital trends, challenges and opportunities which marketers need to be aware of during 2016, covering topics ranging from customer experience and mobile to data-driven marketing and personalisation. The report is based on a global survey of more than 7,000 marketers and ecommerce professionals carried out at the end of 2015.
The Econsultancy Value Exchange from Data Exchange report, in partnership with Acxiom, examines customer relationships as those customers are becoming increasingly data-savvy and data-wary. It also includes recommendations for businesses looking to move away from short-term incentives in return for data, and towards a more sustainable approach.