7 enterprise level providers of AI-enabled marketing solutions

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30-second summary: We provide seven examples of enterprise-level providers of AI-enabled marketing solutions as well as case studies for each. Each of these companies are leaders in their respective category, with B2B and B2C organizations each benefiting from their AI-enabled solutions. This list is not inclusive of every enterprise-level provider, but is meant to give mid-to-enterprise-level organizations an sense of the best-in-class tools that exist in the market today, and how organizations are using them to improve their marketing, sales, and customer experience initiatives. As part of our ongoing coverage of artificial intelligence (AI) in marketing, we’ve compiled a list of ten enterprise-level providers of technology solutions that utilize AI in some capacity. This list covers key categories within the martech space including digital asset management, marketing and sales enablement, customer experience/engagement, and account-based marketing. This list is not – by any stretch of the imagination – comprehensive in terms of the sheer number and scope of martech companies that use AI. Rather, consider this a snapshot of how companies are using high-end AI capabilities to improve customer experience, achieve sales goals, and better enable their marketing campaigns. Here is an overview of the methodology we used when compiling this list: The martech provider must have been around for at least 5 years and be an industry leading solution. The provider serves enterprise clients, agencies, or B2B customers (while it can also serve B2C companies, our focus is on the B2B space). The provider must have published at least one use case featuring how an enterprise-level client or B2B company (e.g., an agency) benefited from their solution. The provider consistently shows up as a “best in class” martech solution on industry lists. The provider’s technology employs the use of AI in some capacity. Now, for the list. #1: Acquisio Turing: PPC bid and budget management platform Category: Digital ad management What is it? Acquisio is cloud-based digital ad platform and campaign management software that combines the management of ads from top publishers like Google and Facebook into a single platform. Acquisio launched an AI product, Acquisio Turing, in 2012 to simplify the time-consuming process of cross-channel PPC management. Turing automates bid management, budget distribution, and local lead estimation using over 30 intelligent algorithms which optimize spend, increase clicks, and/or increase conversions. Industry case study : Philly Search Engine Marketing needed an automated solution to help reach their clients PPC goals, …

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5 leading providers of enterprise marketing automation solutions

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30-second summary: We provide five examples of enterprise-level providers of marketing automation solutions including industry case studies. Each of these companies are leaders in marketing automation, with enterprise businesses (and, in some cases, SMBs) benefiting from their platforms, solutions, and technology. This list is not inclusive of every enterprise-level provider, but is meant to present an overview of best-in-class tools that exist in the market today, including tangible examples of how organizations are using them to improve their marketing, sales, and customer experience initiatives. It’s marketing automation week at ClickZ, and as part of our coverage of this game-changing technology, we’ve compiled a list of the top five enterprise-level solutions based on market share. The global marketing automation software market was $2.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach over $6.8 billion by 2026. Social Media Today’s 2019 State of Marketing Automation survey revealed that two-thirds of marketers are …

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What the Stackie Awards can teach us about the perfect martech stack

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30-second summary: The Stackie Awards are presented each year at the annual MarTech Conference, a conference series put on by Chiefmartec.com, Third Door Media, and MarTech Today. There were 48 entries in the 2019 Stackies, with five winners. We reviewed all entries to glean some insights from how all entrants (not just the winneres) visualize their martech stack. There is no perfect martech stack. Each stack is custom fit to match a company’s industry sector, marketing approach, and unique needs. The Stackies don’t require entrants to stick with specific categories, but most included variations of the following: planning/strategy, Creative, Engagement/Marketing, Customer, and Measurement/Analytics. The Stackie Awards are presented each year at the annual MarTech Conference, a vendor-agnostic conference series put on by Chiefmartec.com, Third Door Media, and MarTech Today. The Stackies challenge entrants to visualize the tools in their martech stack, illustrating how each marketing category is connected. This helps …

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Five examples that demonstrate the value of AI for B2B marketers

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30-second summary: The global AI software market is expected to reach nearly $23 billion by 2025, according to data from Statista. AI offers several powerful functionalities within in ABM platforms to facilitate selling. Predictive analytics, which uses historical data, machine learning, and statistical algorithms to predict future outcomes, it’s particularly useful for campaign planning and optimization. CRM tools like HubSpot and Salesforce Einstein have AI features like predictive analytics and machine learning built in. AI can help brands in heavily regulated industries avoid compliance issues when posting to social media via the use of AI. DAM platforms enhanced with AI capabilities help to streamline and automate many aspects of managing distributed content such as images, video, and other media. If it seems like AI is everywhere these days, that’s probably because it is. The global AI software market is expected to reach nearly $23 billion by 2025, according to data …

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How AI fits into the martech landscape

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30-second summary: Today, artificial intelligence, sensors, and digital platforms—and an explosion of data—have already increased the opportunity for learning more effectively; but competing on the rate of learning will become a necessity in the 2020s. The Lean AI Autonomy Scale serves as a framework for assessing how the different capabilities of martech vendors stack up with AI in the industry. All major ad platforms and exchanges are powered today by a dizzying array of complex calculations with the goal of delivering your message to the right audience at the right time — and encouraging people to take an action, buy a product, or a host of other outcomes a marketer might be looking for. Today, we’re at a place where buy-side solutions are emerging that operate a layer above the platforms themselves, working to orchestrate your spend, targeting and even creatives across channels. A range of emerging vendors are out …

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Why digital transformation should be your new demand gen strategy

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30-second summary: Ensuring that your business has the right digital tools can facilitate growth by enabling marketing and sales teams to improve brand engagement, better analyze data, more easily create content, and improve CX. Demand generation is facilitated by the right tools which can help marketing teams scale activities such as content management, lead nurturing, social media optimization, ABM, and more. There is no such thing as an average martech stack. Customization of tools is key to figuring out what works for you to achieve business growth. Chiefmartec’s Stackie awards include nearly 50 illustrations of martech stacks from a vareity of businesses which demonstrate how varied martech stacks can be. Incorporating tools that enhance and facilitate customer experience is an important (even critical) ingredient to using digital transformation for demand gen. Using technology to enhance business processes is nothing new. The very first business computer — The Lyons Electronic Office …

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Best Business Intelligence Software

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Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. Business intelligence software has become a necessary tool in the era of big data. Your organization collects tons of data about your customers, website, and total health of the company. But without BI software, making sense of that information is nearly impossible. This software exists so you can analyze various data sets and make data-driven decisions. For example, you can use BI software to predict consumer buying behavior or project the financial impact of an operations decision. Rather than waiting for a quarterly or annual report, you can leverage BI software for real-time data insights. Due to the complexity of business intelligence software, the vast majority of tools in this category are designed for large organizations, SMBs, and enterprises. The Top 6 Options For Business Intelligence Software TIBCO Jaspersoft …

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What leading consultants say about the usage of AI in marketing?

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30-second summary: In Deloitte’s 2019 CMO Survey Report, 56% of participants anticipated using AI for content personalization. 33% of respondents foresee applying AI for improving marketing ROI by optimizing marketing content and timing. Mckinsey’s survey found that 44% of companies reduced operational costs and increased business revenue by using AI in marketing. The Bain and Company found that marketing insights gathered through new machine-learning capabilities helped gain 10x in marketing performance. The company also saw a 25% increase in additional revenue through cross-selling. An EY study of CEOs and business leaders reveals that 62% of respondents believe artificial intelligence will have a significant impact on creating efficiencies at their company. In a survey conducted by BCG, 90% of respondents agreed that artificial intelligence represents a business opportunity for their company. However, 70% of companies report minimal or no impact from AI so far. Marketers have started using artificial intelligence to …

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Five tools that can help you break free from data paralysis

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30-second summary: Data paralysis is a natural consequence of the marketing technology businesses use daily, but there are tools that can help manage the proliferation of data so that it can be used efficiently and effectively. In this post, we review five tools, each of which help mitigate the data paralysis connected to a specific area of data usage including CRM, lead management, business insights, customer experience, and website traffic/campaign analysis. The tools listed here are examples of the technology that exists to help manage and leverage data. There are many more tools available, so be sure to research solutions that fit within your budget and business type. Data paralysis is a real problem. The proliferation of martech tools and marketing touchpoints has created a wealth of data which, while a boon for businesses, can also present challenges when it comes to data management, analysis, security, and consistency. A 2018 …

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Best Agile Project Management Tools

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Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. Running an agile team effectively is nearly impossible without the right software. But agile project management tools can make your life much easier. It’s the best way to collaborate with your team, manage changing tasks, and keep track of various projects at scale. In addition to the managerial perks of agile project management software, your entire team will benefit as well. These tools will make it easier for everyone to work efficiently, communicate, and meet deadlines. Recognizing you need to invest in agile project management software is only half of the battle. Finding the right software for your business and team is a different story entirely—which is why I created this guide. After extensive research and testing, I narrowed down the top five agile project management tools available on …

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Allocadia’s MPM platform will inspire you to ditch your marketing spreadsheets

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30-second summary: Founded in 2010 by twin sisters Kristine and Katherine Steuart, Allocadia has over 100 employees around the world. Allocadia serves mid-to-large businesses with their cloud-based MPM platform, which is available at three price points, depending on the level of management required. MPMs enable companies to plan, gain insights, and optimize multiple marketing campaigns and programs from one central location. After implementing the platform, Allocadia customers can begin seeing results within thirty days. Since Juniper Networks implemented Allocadia seven years ago, the marketing team has closed the quarter within 1% of target for the past 29 quarters. After Microsoft implemented Allocadia in 2016, the company experienced an 88% reduction in manual data entry, were able to account for 100% of field marketing dollars, and generated over 1 million leads via planned marketing activities. By using Allocadia’s tools, GE Digital’s marketing organization reported 2.55 times greater return on marketing investment …

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