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Lattice Engines Promises AI-Based Segmentation

B2B predictive analytics vendor Lattice Engines has announced a AI-based segmentation engine that finds companies most likely to convert within Lattice’s 200 million global company database.  It then feeds them clients’ marketing automation and sales systems. The AI product is in beta with release expected in the second half of this year.

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BounceX Raises $31 Million For, Um, Something

May 24, 2017

BounceX has one of the least informative Web sites ever. It says they do behavioral-based Web personalization, programmatic advertising, email retargeting, and marketing automation but offers no details. Meanwhile, the company’s press release says they build a proprietary database and device graph that lets clients identify previously anonymous Web site visitors. Somebody got answers they liked: the company just raised a $31 million Series B.

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Consumers Want Control Over Smart Technology: Finn Partners

May 22, 2017

People who don’t trust anyone else want more control for themselves, right? Sure enough, that’s what integrated communications firm Finn Partners found when they asked consumers about smart technologies.  People were more enthusiastic about smart home appliances than self-driving cars, which only means they haven’t read enough science fiction about renegade vacuum cleaners. Ever pragmatic, they were three times more likely to cite cost than privacy as an obstacle to smart home tech. Finn will also send a copy of the study on request.

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Most Marketing Ops Teams Are Centralized: Perkuto Study

August 15, 2022

Have you been debating whether marketing operations should be centralized or decentralized?  Neither have we, but it’s still interesting to learn that 59% of Marketo users told Perkuo their marops were centralized, 30% hybrid, and 5% decentralized.  More here on most- and least-used capabilities and most common weaknesses.  Is “marops” a thing?  “Markops” would be cooler, since it sounds like “marketing cops”.

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