Everest Group’s outsourced marketing services membership enables business leaders and CMOs to chart the future of their marketing operations by keeping them informed on marketing research insights like the evolution of delivery models, changing customer trends, rapidly growing channels or segments, differentiated use of data and analytics in marketing and other emerging topics.
This membership offers a wide range of research based on a comprehensive analysis of market trends, provider capability, technology, delivery locations, and more.
Our outsourced marketing services analysis informs your thinking from cost savings to revenue generation, improving customer experience to driving the digital agenda, talent strategies to location selection, and everything in between.
Our marketing research insights covers best practices in digital, outsourced marketing, market research planning, user experience strategy, workforce and workplace mechanics, state of the market, and others. This keeps you informed on business critical trends such as areas of operation that will benefit from automation, criticality of a robust data and analytics function and what you can look to outsource in the near future.
Members have unlimited access for their team members, as well as other marketing service-related roles in their business, regardless of location.
Assess service provider capabilities, including their strategies and investments that distinguish leaders.
Analysis and thought leadership on market growth, trends, emerging solution models, and service provider developments.
Access to leading experts for clarification, discussion, and debate; information and data extracts from our published research databases.
Our analysis offers the pragmatic insights you need to maximize impact and recommends best practices to build capabilities and accelerate adoption.
Research on the role of marketing services in the delivery of services across information technology, business process, and engineering services.
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