Title: Rise of the Marketing Operations Function: And what is this talk about Unicorns?
Published by/Authors: Debbie Qaqish, Chief Strategy Officer, Pedowitz Group
Length: 9 pages
- A much needed definition of marketing operations.
- The four stages of Marketing Ops Groups: Model maturity for Marketing Ops
- Quotes about marketing operations from: Michael Ballard-Lenovo; Randy Taylor, LexisNexis; Ashleigh David, Trend Micro; Chris Willis, Elekta; Mitch Diamond, McKesson; Patrick Phelan, Acxion; Danny Essner, MediaMath.
- Common Marketing Operations Functions are described under five categories:
- Data Management
- Measurement and Analytics Reporting
Bored employees are unhappy employees and build resentment in other team members. Your junior level, interns, assistants want to HELP the company and show their value, but sometimes there are lulls in projects, timelines and business so they are unable to do their "usual" tasks. Time to get them on catch up duty that will help marketing and sales be more efficient. Every industry will have different tasks, but these are pretty basic items that can help all companies streaming file searches, website SEO and social media.
Published by/Authors: Justin Gray, CEO& Founder at LeadMD
Length: 26 Pages
Marketing operations salaries are increasing as is the popularity of the new positions popping up in large and medium sized companies. As usual the location makes a difference and so does the experience level.
Four Reasons Why Marketing Operations is Crucial for Growth!
In this 25 minute interview on SLMA Radio, Wilson Raj says it is all about business results. Having a a marketing operations department to assemble and bring sense to the opportunities and complexity of marketing tools and the people is what marketing operations is all about. With unusual clarity Raj brings it all together.
Marketing operations is no longer just for the big boys. With the continuing growth of software applications to control every aspect of marketing, and the need to coordinate the processes. procedures and results, the marketing operations department is being found in mid-sized and even SMBs. During this program Wilson Raj, Global Director of Customer Intelligence at SAS makes the case that Marketing Ops is an essential part of every marketing department. The host is Jim Obermayer.
About our guest:
Wilson Raj is the Global Director of Customer Intelligence at SAS. Collaborating with customers, industry influencers, partners, and product teams, Raj is responsible for global marketing to establish, evolve and evangelize SAS’ analytics-powered marketing solutions. With twenty years of experience in multiple industries, Raj has built data-driven brand value, engagement, and loyalty through expertise in integrating advertising, digital marketing, social media, multi-channel relationship marketing and public relations.
SAS is the leader in analytics. Through innovative analytics, business intelligence and data management, software and services, SAS helps customers at more than 80,000 sites make better decisions faster. Since 1976 SAS has been giving customers around the world THE POWER TO KNOW®.
Also see the blog post: Job Description - Marketing Operations
There is a reason why marketing operations, as a department under the direction of marketing management, is becoming a common need. Maybe its time you consider it! Few can deny that this department and what it manages has a direct impact on revenue results.
Why it's Important!
Few can deny that Marketing Operations and what it manages has a direct impact on revenue results.
As you expect, the numbers are varied depending on the city, company, time in the job, and previous experience; it all counts. Many of the averages are simply from the jobs listed on these sites. Regardless, I found the following on the internet on July 6, 2015.
What it means to me is that Marketing Operations is drawing some good salaries, and this doesn’t count the rest of a compensation package (benefits and bonuses which can be from 25-30% more on top of the salary).
From Glass Door: Marketing Operations Manager Salaries in San Francisco
62 Salaries, Updated Jun 27, 2015
National Avg $91,350