Sean Campbell

Sean Campbell

Sean Campbell is a solutions consultant for Aprimo who has worked with leading brands in the US, Europe, and APAC helping them to transform their marketing operations.

Marketers in the retail sector understand that delivering excellent and consistent customer experiences is critical. Increasingly they are utilising digital asset management strategies to do so. At an Aprimo Executive Breakfast event hosted at the ADMA Global Forum, leading marketing professionals discussed the challenges and opportunities facing modern marketers. Following

Huge growth in the volume of digital content brands produce has made digital asset management more important than ever, according to Jon Williams, senior vice president international, Aprimo. “The development and the volume of content that most organisations are delivering is growing exponentially. Globally, it’s said to be doubling every

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Compliance is a growing concern for marketers but risks can be minimised with good marketing operations, according to Jon Williams, senior vice president international, Aprimo. “Most marketers work under some form of compliance, and really what we try and do with good marketing operations is to make that as easy

Removing and automating the “drudgery” of marketing operations frees up one of a marketer’s most valuable resources, their time, according to Jon Williams, senior vice president international, Aprimo. Williams talked with Which-50 about the benefits that good marketing operations can bring to an organisation. Chief among them is the ability

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If marketing is still considered just a “right brain” activity in your organisation, Aprimo’s Chief Product Officer, Kevin Souers, insists that using customer stories told via underlying sales and marketing data are key to driving cultural change. As more and more organisations adopt customer-centric strategies, the ability to form an

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Simple conversion rates are not enough to measure true marketing return on investment, says Aprimo’s Chief Product Officer, Kevin Souers, suggesting marketers instead map out the entire customer journey if they want to fully understand where their money is working hardest. Traditional methods of measuring marketing success generally direct every

“Marketing is in an interesting situation due to the explosion of consumer experiences.” That’s the view of Kevin Souers, Aprimo’s Chief Product Officer, who says consumers now expect a highly unified experience, where their online and offline worlds neatly converge. This outcome is in turn driven by the service-based app

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Almost six out of ten marketing executives say that local marketing is essential to business growth and profitability, according to the CMO Council. With that in mind, it is little wonder that marketing leaders are paying attention to the importance of local partners. A new ebook from Aprimo called “Guide

Marketers say measuring return on investment is at the top of their agenda, but almost four out of five admit they are not doing it successfully. It is one more headache for a profession that is expected to have robust commercial as well as creative skills. Take our Which-50 reader

Marketers like to think of their craft as art and science in equal measure. But what happens when the process — the science — of marketing impedes the creative flow. For many creative staff, the systems they have to endure make the process of delivering great experiences frustrating and expensive.