Most marketers give their firm's overall digital capabilities barely a passing grade, though many feel more confident about their organization's abilities in some key areas, according to recent research from BCG.
The report was based on data from a survey of 2,200 brand marketers who work for 141 large companies and 2,900 marketers who work for 126 large advertising agencies. Respondents were asked to rate their firm's overall digital capability as well as specific area competencies on a 100-point scale (with 100 indicating best-practice).
The average score marketers give their firm's digital capabilities is 57.
Two-thirds of brand marketers give their organization a score of 60 or lower, whereas two-thirds of agency marketers give their organization a score of 65 or higher.
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