Brightspeed is one of countless organizations prioritizing the move toward a warehouse-first infrastructure – enabling incoming customer data to flow in a way that it’s actually accessible and actionable. That began with finding the right CDP partner that could not only support that warehouse connectivity with the marketing user in mind, but deliver the promise of long-term architectural flexibility as the business evolves.
Going into their evaluation there was one key non-negotiable: replacing data copying from their data warehouse with direct access for their five marketing teams to Google BigQuery. But this meant cutting through a lot of smoke and mirrors of reverse ETL and warehouse-only solutions that could not deliver on robust omnichannel activation capabilities.
Hear from a seasoned CDP buyer and integrator as they discuss their evaluation and why they chose ActionIQ, how they were able to deploy on their data warehouse in a matter of weeks and key marketing use cases they are now able to execute as a result of eliminating data copy.
Other brands can copy your style, tone and strategy — but they can’t copy your data.
Your data is your competitive advantage in an environment where enterprises are working to grab market share by designing can’t-miss, always-on customer experiences. Your marketing tech stack enables those experiences. That’s where we come in.
Join ActionIQ and Snowplow to see how we work together to flow every customer event in real-time and enrich that data — all in one place for easy access and intelligent activation. We’ll discuss the value of composing your stack – decoupling the data collection and activation layers to drive more intelligent targeting.
Marketing and loyalty programs thrive on timely data insights, yet generating complete, customer-360 data views has never been more challenging. Companies must juggle numerous data sources, including transaction systems, websites, CRM, and inventory.
Hear how leading global retailer Skechers’ data team solved challenges using a flexible and scalable toolset plus a data lakehouse to unify, stitch, and maintain a massive amount of customer data. Skechers’ data team enables marketers to gain self-service insights so they can drive powerful business outcomes without relying on engineers and analysts.
For rapidly growing enterprises requiring scale and speed, those that are truly succeeding are making access to data a movement across their organization, not just a marketing initiative.
Hear how Liberty Latin America is leveraging a composable CDP to create data flexibility, unlock powerful lifecycle use cases at scale and align teams around key business outcomes – all without having to move data out of their data lake.
Atlassian knows that with the right team working together, making the impossible happen is actually — possible.
When Atlassian’s team needed to scale its ever-growing business to new heights with connected, personalized customer moments, it looked for a Customer Data Platform (CDP) to help them go quickly from data warehouse to amazing customer experience — both for the customer and for Atlassian’s team.
Hear from ActionIQ’s Senior Director of Alliances, Identity & AdTech Zachary Van Doren with Nicholas Howe, Marketing Systems Strategy Associate Director at Kepler Group as they talk about how to evolve in the new “Madtech” paradigm, and how leading organizations are paving the way with first-party forward strategies.
Composable CDPs are here to stay. They give modern enterprises freedom and flexibility to personalize the customer experience at scale by tapping directly into your data cloud — so you can activate the freshest campaigns possible.
Watch the conversation from our live event with ActionIQ’s Head of Product Marketing, Michael Trapani alongside Patrick Crosby, Technology Alliances at Snowflake and Pete Rogers, EVP, Head of Technology Americas at Merkle as they talk about how to adopt a composable CDP and how clients have driven immediate outcomes with the zero-copy, real-time, user-friendly audiencing solution.
Readers hold millions of bits and bytes of news in just five inches on a digital screen, with worlds of information under their thumbs. To meet the modern news consumer with the stories they want to read, The Washington Post designed a lifecycle initiative to meet each modern reader on their turf, terms and timeline.
In the story, discover how The Washington Post:
- Found their next best readers and acquired 131% more customers by enhancing first-party data for anonymous users.
- Kept readers engaged from new subscriber to brand loyalist to increase repeat visitors by up to 12% in the first 30 days with tailored lead nurture journeys that deepened customer relationships.
- Brought readers back into the fold and increased resubscribe rate by 38% with personalized communication based on each shoppers’ preferences and lifecycle.
Cookie-based data is officially a thing of the past. Brands that have invested countless years and dollars in building a digital strategy around the third-party cookie—with tools like the DMP as the engine—are rethinking their approach to their tech stack. A prime example is HP, which is unlocking new opportunities by transitioning to a CDP-centric approach for targeting and augmenting customer data.
Hear from HP, along with Acxiom and ActionIQ, about its new approach for programmatic media in a post-cookie era. You’ll find out:
- Why HP is embracing a CDP-centric stack to navigate the new landscape
- How coupling a CDP with identity solutions can maximize paid media performance and streamline tech investments
- Strategies to maximize reach and efficacy of your marketing
As enterprise brands evaluate customer data platforms (CDPs), they often face challenges in balancing the diverse needs of different teams.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the competing priorities of marketing and IT teams. As Deloitte observes, the CDP that sounds like music to the ears of marketing leaders may be perceived as noise by enterprise IT leaders. On the other hand, the CDP focused on providing flexible data management capabilities may appeal to IT while leaving marketing with unmet needs.
The result is CDP initiatives that fail to deliver. Meanwhile, 75% of consumers are saying they’ll pay more for highly personalized, impactful customer experiences – something brands will want to capitalize on with looming economic uncertainty. How can enterprises overcome the friction that comes with most packaged CDP deployments?
Enter the composable technology stack. In the past year, many CDP providers and emerging players have addressed this tension between buying groups by unpackaging capabilities or introducing new features designed to address the concerns of IT teams. One such concern is the cost associated with repeatedly copying data from a central data warehouse to a growing number of SaaS applications.
Composable tools are designed to eliminate the need for IT to copy data to a CDP in order for business teams to execute campaigns and analysis. In doing so, composable CDPs are becoming more stack-friendly and promise to appeal to more enterprise organizations.
But the composable technology stack isn’t for every enterprise. Learn how different approaches will support this complete solution and which providers will best suit the needs of your business.
Although traditional all-in-one customer data platforms (CDPs) are integral for companies, their inflexibility and inability to offer capabilities that completely satisfy both technical and marketing teams leaves businesses frustrated. For a modern, future-proof CX stack, the solution is a CDP strategy built on composable solutions.
In this webinar, leaders from Saks, ActionIQ and Snowflake explore the driving forces behind the failure of bundled CDPs and the benefits of composable CDPs — including how Saks optimizes its toolset to drive business objectives while providing organizational and architectural flexibility.
Watch now to learn more about:
- Using composable CDPs
- Balancing MX and IT needs
- Saks’ success using composable CDPs
It’s the last call for marketing strategies powered by shifty identifiers and shady cookies lurking inside consumer devices and applications.
Thankfully, panic over the cookieless future is slowly giving way to optimism as leading brands rethink the way they can gain new customers. Some of these approaches include embracing owned, first-party data and extending addressability through privacy-compliant, transparent data marketplaces.
Watch this Tech-Talk Webinar, presented by ActionIQ. Our guests from HP and ActionIQ discussed emerging post-cookie and data management platform (DMP) strategies and more.
You’ll learn how:
- Brands can future-proof their acquisition strategies against changes in the ad landscape
- Leaning into first-party data can enable growth, and what’s needed for successful activation
- Coupling a customer data platform with identity solutions can improve media performance and streamline tech investments