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7000 internautes réussissent à numériser les déclarations des parlementaires.

7000 internautes réussissent à numériser les déclarations des parlementaires. | Nouveau web | Scoop.it
Des milliers d'internautes ont saisi dans un temps record les formulaires de déclarations d’intérêts des hauts responsables publics. Grâce à eux, les documents sont enfin exploitables en Open Data.

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L'Open Data crowdsourcé. Le web évolue et 7000 français suivent déjà le mouvement.

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The Marketing Clouds and Convergence - ClickZ

The Marketing Clouds and Convergence - ClickZ | Nouveau web | Scoop.it

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While CRM, marketing automation, and Web analytics systems have been the foundational elements in the past, do tag management systems (TMS) vendors become the nucleus of new clouds, or atoms of old ones in the future ? They've sure been making a lot of news of late, with large funding rounds for Ensighten and Tealium and the acquisition of Tag Man (by Ensighten). These vendors see themselves as the natural place to collect and move data around to other CA systems, and have product names like Audience Stream. However, none of these companies see themselves, so far, building applications for higher up the stack. Rather, they see themselves as the enablers of convergence. But TMS applications are also part of the Google and Adobe clouds, which will present some interesting challenges for vendors and buyers alike. Will one buy TMS grouting from one store and app bricks from another?

 

Beyond apps and technology, there has been a convergence of process in the sales and marketing app space, anchored by CRM, but driven by social apps like Radian6, Viral Heat, and HootSuite; sales intelligence companies, like InsideView and Data.com; marketing automation (MA) applications like Eloqua, Marketo, and HubSpot; and email service providers (ESPs) Silver Pop, Responsys, and ExactTarget systems, which all start to overlap. Salesforce, for example, owns one of each and has others waiting on the sidelines, like Pardot. In fact, there is less and less difference between an ESP and MA app at all these days. Does Marketo become the nucleus of another cloud or an atom?

 

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marketingIO's curator insight, May 13, 2014 1:04 PM

This is all going to fall back upon the new Marketing Technology Service Provider (MTSP): proficient in the technology, masters of integration, delivering the cloud.