MSoM #013 | Creativity and process in marketing
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Welcome to Making Sense of Martech, an irregular set of interviews with some of the most interesting people in marketing technology.
Making Sense of Martech is an extension of the TMW newsletter. Each week readers ask me to go deeper into the most popular topics of the newsletter. Making Sense of Martech helps to add additional context into what's featured every week by interviewing the people behind the research, ideas, and important work.
In this episode, I’m joined by Tessa Court, the CEO of Intelligencebank, a business process software company servicing marketers across more than 55 countries. Intelligence bank was recently featured in TMW for a research piece on the state of content regulation and the concept of Design and Distribution Obligations.
Intelligencebank is an interesting software company in that it offers a way for marketers to manage all of the complexities of marketing, across digital asset management, aligning teams on brand, organizing resources, and streamlining business processes. Not many companies share this unique space - building technologies that address the acute needs of marketers in enterprise companies. We talk about the rise of technology companies in the marketing operations arena, why they are needed, and how they significantly change the way marketing teams come up with and execute ideas.
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You can find Tessa on LinkedIn
You can find IntelligenceBank here
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