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The importance of technology has seen IT and marketing get closer. A hybrid function has arisen and it goes by the name marketing operations. Molly Raycraft discusses what roles this includes and why you need it in your team
Technology is a norm for marketers, and not just in small doses. With the huge array of martech available, it’s a growing challenge to select the right kit – and even more so to implement and integrate it. Marketing leaders are starting to realise that the responsibility of overseeing martech and data cannot just be an add-on. Somebody needs to drive this change.
Marketing operations is the department (or single person) with this as its primary focus. It’s devoted to activities around selecting and implementing tech that monitors, measures and delivers marketing. Ultimately introducing marketing operations will give the concentrated attention your martech and marketing team need.
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The responsibilities of marketing operations
Where marketing operations sits in the organisation
Case study: How TMF Group established marketing operations
How to define relationships with IT and finance
Challenges you're likely to face
How to develop the marketing ops mindset