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Jon Regan

Senior Director, Technology & Data Management
Jonathan Regan

Jon is a Senior Director in Merkle’s Technology Group in North America and is the Platform Owner of the Rapid Audience Layer (RAL). He is responsible for executing on the platform vision as well as driving the development, onboarding and support teams for RAL.  

During his time with Merkle, he has held multiple roles that span across product management, leading the DMP implementation practice, heading the digital technology solutions team and building marketing database solutions. He has worked with a variety of companies spanning multiple industries including: Citizens Bank, HBO, Sanofi Aventis, DIRECTV, PNC Bank, and Schneider Electric. 

Jon holds a Bachelor's degree from Binghamton University. 

Jon's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

Alleviating Data Management and Analytical Challenges Using A Cloud-Based Approach

For marketers to truly harness the power and efficiency of people-based marketing, they must first get their data house in order. Jon Regan, Senior Director, Technology & Data Management at Merkle, discusses the benefits of a cloud-based data management solution that can consolidate every brand's disparate data collection for maximum utility.

How to Centralize your Data

How to Centralize Your Data and Improve Audience Analysis

As more data is readily available, teams often struggle with not only the sheer volume of data, but also identifying a single place to house it. The solution? Utilizing a centralized storage platform.

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Donkeys, Elephants, and DMPs

With the political party conventions recently wrapping up, over the next few months, both the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates will continue to push their message to their constituents.