Composable: Delivering on the Personalization Promise

The promise of personalization has failed. For years we’ve been hearing about its incredible benefits, and marketers looking to capitalize on it have bought into pricey and technically complicated solutions, only to discover too late that, for most, the promise of personalization is little more than smoke and mirrors.  The problem starts with how personalization has been viewed. Positioned as a business solution, it’s been framed through the lens of solving business needs when really

Why Real-Time Marketing Has Become More Essential in The COVID Era

It’s been confirmed that the United States’ annual Super Bowl needs upwards of 11 million kilowatt-hours of power to run the game start to finish. Snack brand Oreo had been waiting around two years for the moment when not all 11 million kilowatt-hours of power would successfully run and there’d be a blackout; just in time for the brand to execute their punchline. Luckily for the cookie company, years ago at Super Bowl XLVII, there was finally a