The report was based on data from an online survey of 1,012 marketers conducted between November 10 and December 7, 2014. Responses were collected from marketers from around the world.
Some 32% of respondents say the lack of a single customer view is a top challenge to their cross-channel marketing efforts. Other top challenges include technology limitations (31% of respondents cite) and organizational structure (31%).
Below, additional key findings from the report.
Current State of Cross-Channel Marketing
- 50% of respondents say their marketing efforts are siloed but aligned across channels; 29% say their efforts are coordinated; 17% say their efforts are siloed and unaligned.
- Only 4% of respondents say their company is performing fully integrated cross-channel marketing.
Challenges to a Complete Customer View
- 43% of respondents say one of the top barriers to a complete customer view is poor data quality.
- 39% of respondents say siloed departments is a top challenge to getting a complete customer view.
About the research: The report was based on data from an online survey of 1,012 marketers conducted between November 10 and December 7, 2014. Responses were collected from marketers from around the world.
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