Michael warns against hype in the Packaged vs Composable CDP debate, emphasizing data integrity and the pitfalls of marketing illusions. Through strategic focus, mParticle aims for intelligent automation and genuine value creation in the complex martech landscape.
Deanna demystifies martech jargon, highlighting DAM for digital asset management and DXP for personalized user experiences. She weighs packaged vs. composable solutions, underlining the role of company-specific dynamics. Emphasizing innovation, she points to AI and customer feedback as key guides. Deanna underscores AI’s potential to elevate marketers, and champions qualitative data for a richer marketing narrative.
The impact of AI on the job market is difficult to predict in 5 years let alone 10. The only way to future proof your career and position yourself to thrive in an increasingly AI-driven economy is by staying informed and developing new skills.
It’s not like our jobs are gonna vanish overnight, but the shift is happening faster than many of us realize. AI’s no longer just a loosely backed buzzword; it’s doing things today that we used to think were impossible. So, as marketers, we’ve gotta take this tech seriously.
Our guest today is Emma Paajanen. She’s inventing new and powerful ways to engage with customers as VP of Marketing at Aiven, an open source data startup turned Unicorn, headquartered in Helsinki with hubs all over the world like Berlin, Boston, Paris, Toronto, some employees even work in a mountainside van.
There’s a lot lost when we think of marketers and engineers as separate things and not the organization as a whole. The right thing to do is engage with the engineers that power your marketing tech stack. And meet them where they are. Open source martech can help with that.