Most Marketers Still Depend on IT for Data Access: Lytics Survey

Marketers are much less satisfied with their IT relationships than their IT partners think: nearly 30% call the relationship strained or abysmal, compared to 10% of IT leaders.  This according to a Lytics survey which also found that 75% of marketers rely on IT for data access and 81% expect IT to be even more involved in day-t0-day marketing activities over the next five years.  Marketers would like more control if they could get it: 44% plan to hire a software engineer of their own in the next year and 68% expect to use CDPs more in the next five years.

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