By Perkuto April 2, 2019

Scale Marketing Operations without Boosting Budgets, Expanding Employees

Perkuto CEO Speaks on New Hybrid Marketing Model That Empowers Non-Technical Users

San Jose, California—April 2, 2019—Today’s enterprise marketers are faced with a dilemma. How do you scale your marketing operations and deploy more relevant campaigns to more quickly reach higher numbers of target audience members without significantly increasing budgets or augmenting staff? And how do you make it happen without inadvertently introducing the risk of error or unnecessary complexity?

Perkuto cofounder and CEO Alexandre Pelletier will answer that question in the presentation “What’s Cookin’ in Citizen Technology: Sub-Zero’s Journey Toward Decentralized Marketing”. Along with Cyndi Marty, Digital Marketing Manager, CRM for Sub-Zero Group, Inc., Alex will explore:

“Scalability is something that’s top-of-mind for all of our clients, but letting go of a centralized marketing model and the control that it provides can be a scary proposition,” said Alex. “What we’re proposing is a hybrid approach that offers the best of both centralized and decentralized marketing models, empowering non-technical users to leverage the power of Marketo Engage without the complexity or risk of letting them use it directly.”

“What’s Cookin’ in Citizen Technology” is part of the agenda at MarTech West, April 3-5 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California. The presentation is scheduled for Friday, April 5 at 10:55AM as part of the conference’s marketing track.



About Perkuto:
Perkuto helps marketing leaders who feel frustrated with not having a bigger impact on revenue. As a Marketo and Bizible Platinum Partner and Adobe Community Partner, our team of experienced consultants create impactful strategies, optimize marketing operations, simplify MarTech and execute on day-to-day campaigns. We assist marketing leaders in exceeding their goals and rising to the top.

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