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Jon Regan

Vice President, Technology & Data Management

Jon is a Vice President in Merkle’s Technology Group in North America and is the Platform Owner of the Data Accelerator Platform. He is responsible for executing on the platform vision as well as driving the development, onboarding and support teams for the Data Accelerator.  

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: Clorox, Subaru, Citizens Bank, HBO, Sanofi Aventis, PNC Bank, and Schneider Electric. 

Jon holds a Bachelor's degree from Binghamton University. 

Jon's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

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How Can Rapid Audience Layer Help Retailers?

RAL Retail draws from Merkle’s deep roots in building modern marketing data management solutions for the retail vertical, with a speed to ROI that isn’t found in any other database solution.
Webinars We suggest...

RAL Retail: How to Centralize Your Data Swiftly to Drive Marketing Performance

Do you have big marketing dreams but lack the budget to stand up a data and analytics arsenal to power your campaigns? When the cookie crumbles, will you be able to identify unique consumers across disparate data sources to deliver the total customer experience? ​
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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.