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Marketing Analytics Measures Effectiveness of Investments for Market and Business Objectives

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The necessity of marketing was proven long ago, but the ability to measure its contributions to specific objectives has eluded organizations. The recent economic environment has placed extreme pressure on marketers to evaluate the performance of investments in a range of brand, category and demand-generation processes to ensure that marketing budgets are spent wisely. In recent years, marketing departments have tended to view its spend in terms of cost avoidance and cost reduction; now, as conditions improve, they can become more confident in strategic and tactical investments to further organizational objectives. New approaches and tools can simplify marketing processes, both internal and external, to deliver results on those objectives in timely fashion.

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