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The Digital Transformation in the Financial Services Sector report looks at the challenges that companies within the sector are facing as they digitally transform themselves to compete in today’s changing market. The research seeks to understand best practice approaches, techniques and strategies that different types of company are adopting to increase their chances of success.
The Digital Trends in the Financial Services and Insurance Sector report, produced by Econsultancy in partnership with Adobe, explores how companies operating in the FSI sector approach digital marketing, as well as the key trends, opportunities and sector-specific issues shaping their digital strategies.
The Consumer Conversation report, produced by Econsultancy in partnership with IBM, highlights the gap between marketers intentions and their customers' satisfaction. Based on two separate surveys of marketing managers and consumers in North America fielded in the first quarter of 2015, the report finds that brands' belief in the strength of their customer experience doesn't line up with their customers' reality.
The Digital Experience report, published in association with Sitecore, explores the extent to which brands are delivering what consumers want in the context of the digital experience, and whether marketers are prioritising the areas which matter. There were almost 1,500 respondents (353 marketers and 1,122 consumers across nine verticals) to our research request, which took the form of an online survey in late 2014.
The Econsultancy Digitals Awards 2014 were held at London's Tobacco Docks on the 12th November 2014. The awards celebrate, recognise and award excellence in digital marketing and ecommerce. This report showcases the submissions from the winning and highly commended entries in each of the categories.
The Skills of the Modern Marketer research sets out to define the skills needed by marketers. When we interviewed senior marketers about what they look for in new recruits, a surprisingly strong emphasis was placed on the soft sills. The 48-page report defines the soft skills needed be successful in the organisation and the deep vertical knowledge areas that marketers see growing in importance in the coming years.
The State of Ecommerce in South-East Asia report, published by Econsultancy in partnership with hybris, an SAP company, looks at how ecommerce is evolving in South-East Asia, with a focus on key trends and developments, region-specific issues, opportunities and challenges. The research is based on a survey of marketers and interviews with senior executives across a range of business sectors.
The State of Ecommerce in Australia and New Zealand report, published by Econsultancy in partnership with hybris, an SAP company, looks at how ecommerce is evolving in Australia and New Zealand, with a focus on key trends and developments, region-specific issues, opportunities and challenges. The research is based on a survey of marketers and interviews with senior executives across a range of business sectors.
The Customer Lifetime Value: Building Loyalty and Driving Revenue in the Digital Age report, published by Econsultancy in partnership with Sitecore, outlines a number of trends that are hindering the ability of companies to measure and increase CLV, as well as seeking to understand specific issues and opportunities relating to a range of business sectors and across the worlds of both B2B and B2C.
Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein gives his trends and predictions for digital marketing and ecommerce for 2014. Download this free report (translated to Mandarin) containing almost 40 pages of digital trends, analysis and predictions across the 10 core digital topics that Econsultancy covers. Feel free to share the report around as long as it is kept unedited and unchanged in any way.