Most CMOs today spend more on technology than many CTOs. With a new "shiny object" appearing daily, it's hard to know where to focus. What AdTech/MarTech tools should you be using? What 1st, 2nd, 3rd Party Data will improve your marketing? How do marketers make sense of it all? At January 9th's LA Marketing Analytics... Continue Reading →
Rani Madhura, Sr. Advanced Analytics Manager at Starbucks, will share with us details around Starbucks’ mission critical Digital Order Management Initiative. The initiative's goal is to consolidate the Mobile and Café orders to improve customer wait time via creatively managed Order and Item Sequencing decisions. She will also share on Starbucks’ Capacity Planning Initiative, including 1. Insights derived... Continue Reading →
Blockchain is a hot topic these days! What is it? What does it mean for marketing and analytics? Come to this month's LA Marketing Analytics Group Meetup to hear Miguel Morales & Sam Kim, Co-Founders of Kr8os, give a crash course in Blockchain and then discuss its use in Open Attribution Modeling and Programmatic Affiliate Marketing.... Continue Reading →
As a digital marketer, you have almost endless data at your fingertips. If impactful marketing attribution is your objective, you don’t need it all – just the right data: User Identifiers, Timestamps, Media Data, and Channel Data. Gather (and govern!) these four types of data to allow your attribution efforts to tell your story effectively.... Continue Reading →
At the April 4th L.A. Marketing Analytics Group, Matt Marolda, Chief Analytics Office at Legendary Entertainment presented on Disrupting Hollywood Paradigms with Analytics. We were treated with some very interesting and thought provoking innovations that Matt and his team at Legendary Entertainment are working on to uncover powerful insights about mainstream box office audiences in the US and worldwide. This insightful information helps inform marketing tactics and overall production investment strategies.
Over the last couple weeks since the 2016 Hadoop Summit in San Jose, eSage Group has been discussing the future of big data and enterprise analytics. Quick note – Data is data and data is produced by everything, thus big data is really no longer an important term. eSage Group is specifically focused on the... Continue Reading →
The landscape for marketing analytics solutions is more cluttered than ever with multiple options and approaches for marketing departments to consider. One option that we are seeing more and more of is a seductive offering that promises a simple, fast, nearly turnkey approach to getting analysis and insight from your growing stacks of data. The... Continue Reading →