Two-Thirds of Marketers Expect Privacy Rules to Change Marketing: Tapad Research

Two-thirds of marketers believe that privacy changes will require changes in customer strategy, according to this Tapad poll.  Most are in survival mode, ranking privacy compliance and data quality as more important objectives than personalization, trust, or finding a universal ID.  That doesn’t mean ID resolution is easy: 82% report they’ve had at least one problem with it.

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Self-Service Data Tools Used Less Often Than Leaders Think: Immuta Survey

August 16, 2021

Data professionals polled by Immuta were even more concerned about privacy and security rules: 84% said they expected these would limit access to data in the next 24 months.  This makes a bad situation worse, since 55% say data is often stale today before it reaches end users.   A bit of caution if you expect self-service tools to ease the problem: 71% of data professionals and 78% of business leaders think data consumers are using freemium cloud tools but just 63% of the consumers say they are.

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Retail Rocket Raises $24 Million and Buys Sailplay to Enter U.S. Market

July 6, 2022

Netherlands-based retention management platform Retail Rocket just raised a $24 Million Series A, and immediately spent some of it to buy Sailplay, a New York-based marketing automation vendor that will grow its U.S. presence.  Retail Rocket builds unified customer profiles in a module it charmingly calls Data Warehouse, and has other modules for AI-driven personalization, segmentation, and campaign management.  The company has more than 1,000 global clients across Europe and South America.

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