Moat: Measure Consumer Attention Across Channels, Devices, and Platforms

Moat by Oracle is a comprehensive analytics and measurement platform that provides a suite of solutions across ad verification, attention analytics, cross-platform reach and frequency, ROI outcomes, and marketing and ad intelligence. Their measurement suite includes solutions for ad verification, attention, brand safety, advertising effectiveness, and cross-platform reach and frequency. Working with publishers, brands, agencies, and platforms, Moat helps reach prospective customers, capture consumer attention, and measure the outcomes to unlock business potential. Moat by Oracle

Lexio: Transform Data into Natural Language

Lexio is a data storytelling platform that helps you and your team get the story behind your business data – so you can work together, on the same page, from anywhere. Lexio analyzes your data for you and tells you and your team what you need to know. No need to dig through dashboards or pore over spreadsheets. Think of Lexio like the newsfeed for your business that already knows what is important to you.

What is Robotic Process Automation?

One of the clients that I’m working with has exposed me to a fascinating industry that many marketers may not even be aware exists. In their Workplace Transformation Study commissioned by DXC.technology, Futurum states: RPA (robotic process automation) may not be at the forefront of media hype as it once was but this technology has been quietly and efficiently working its way into technology and the IT department as business units look to automate repetitive

How Your Martech Stack Fails to Serve the Customer

In the older days of marketing, back in the early 2000s, a few brave CMOs invested in some rudimentary tools designed to help better manage their campaigns and audiences. These hardy pioneers sought to organize, analyze and improve performance, and thus created the first marketing technology stacks- integrated systems that brought order, unlocked targeted campaigns, and personalized messages for better results. Considering how far the marketing industry has come in the past few years is

Marketing Automation Software: Key Players and Acquisitions

Over 142,000 businesses using marketing automation software. The top 3 reasons are to increase qualified leads, increase sales productivity, and a reduction in marketing overhead. The marketing automation industry has grown from $225 million to over $1.65 billion in the last 5 years The following infographic from Marketing Automation Insider details the evolution of marketing automation software from Unica over a decade ago through $5.5 billion worth of acquisitions that have brought us to the