Tag: fragmentation

  • Consumer – The Missing Seat in the C-Suite

    Consumer – The Missing Seat in the C-Suite

    Consumer – The Missing Seat in the C-Suite Earlier this week I had a great opportunity to be part of a panel along side David Mathison at the C-Suite Network Conference run by Jeffrey Hayzlett, former CMO at Eastman Kodak and now the host of C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett on Bloomberg. Not that David needs […]

  • Data Convergence – The Marketing Glue For The Omni-Channel Reality

    Data Convergence – The Marketing Glue For The Omni-Channel Reality

    Data has now become synonymous with “Big Data” which is good and bad. Good because it has brought a huge focus and investment into a reasonably big problem and an even bigger opportunity for the betterment of human life. It is bad because it has overshadowed the need to solve for “small data”, akin to […]

  • CMSWire – Fragmentation Is Holding Marketing Back

    In one of my recent posts on CMSWire, I shared some of the key “FRAGMENTATION” challenges holding brands back from achieving the ultimate omni-channel consumer experience and possible areas of “CONVERGENCE” needed to overcome the gaps. Take a read: What do omnichannel marketing and winning a Formula One race on flat tires have in common? Simple […]

  • Omni-Channel Experiences, Still Far from Reality!!!

    Can you complete let alone win a Formula One race with flat tires? Don’t think I need to answer that question but am sure you’re thinking, what in the world is this guy writing about and what has this got to do with omni-channel experiences. Well, it does because I feel the same way every […]