A new year, a new world, a new approach to data is required
2020 was a year of change, driving customers to require more contactless experiences and digital interactions. At a time when demand for personalised experiences is high, the customer identity and data landscape is dramatically changing as third-party cookies are on the way out. It’s putting real pressure on marketers to find new ways to fill their identity graphs to serve up relevant, personalised experiences to customers.
Featured in this report:
Merkle surveyed 800 marketing, technology and analytics executives at major companies in the US and UK to see how they are responding to these changes, what they are prioritising, and how they are investing in the near and longer term. Download the report to view insights such as:
88% say collecting more first-party data is a high priority in the next 6-12 months
74% plan to increase investment in tech to account for rising data restrictions
41% of marketers don’t have a very clear understanding of the impact of privacy-related data restrictions on their systems and operations
77% say digital platforms drive their best customer experiences
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