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To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended and participated in our February meeting - Thank you!

 

We had a great turnout and participation with a few new faces (hope to see you all at future meetings).

 

At our February MUG meeting we were enlightened on the benefits of "Experiential Content" from Ryan Brown of Ceros. To be honest, first time I heard this phrase but glad Ryan provided and guided us on what this means.

 

We learned that creating great content experiences are both an art and a science. Most experiences are either different or memorable (good or bad). Generally we remember the good ones and the bad ones, but forget most of the others in our days. Humans make decisions based on logic and feelings (yep even B2B), which are formed by our experiences! A quote from Source Walker: "Customer Experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator by the year 2020" - this is definitely a game changer and we need to understand how to make our content great and create those great experiences customers will remember (the good ones). Review and watch his presentation and points here

 

We also had the chance to hear from Ayana Nickerson, Marketo Certification Program Mgr, on the certification program, steps, and some tips and tricks to help those that are pursuing their MCE or MCA. We recorded this portion of the meeting so you can listen and review again.

 

We wrapped up the meeting with additional discussion, questions, and input as we reviewed the prior three sessions of the MCE Study Prep Group. Special thanks to Ceros for presenting and being our sponsor! The sandwiches from Firehouse Subs was a huge hit and enjoyed by all!

 

We won't meet in March due to the Adobe Summit 2019: The Digital Experience Conference - Innovative. Informative. Inspiring. in Las Vegas, March 24-28. If you have not yet registered and still plan to attend, use the following discount code: S19MN for $700 off the full conference pass.

 

We'll pick back up our meetings in April - Wednesday, April 17th to be exact. The meeting will include a Customer Story: Consolidating two Marketo instances, from Paul Johnson, LogMeIn and also our annual Summit Recap/Review discussion shared by those attended.

 

See you at Summit (or April)!

 

Here's a link to the MUG Housekeeping slides

 

Cheers,

Trent

There's still time to participate in the Marketo MCE Prep Study Group (sponsored by the SLC MUG) this week - but time is running out.

 

Here's your opportunity to gain the knowledge and confidence to take and pass the MCE test. The training and insights will be provided from several of our current and experienced members. The goal is to get everyone ready and prepped in time to take the test by the upcoming Marketo Summit in March. The study group will meet virtually and a couple of times in person over the next several weeks.

 

Even if you don't want to take the MCE test, join and participate to learn more - don't miss out!

 

Here are the dates and schedule of topics covered:

 

• February 8th: Program Fundamentals

• February 15th: Targeting and Personalization

• February 22nd: Analytics and Reporting

• February 27th: MUG Meeting in person and review with the group, 3:30 PM at WGU Campus (in person)

• March 8th: Lead Management

• March 15th: Implementation and Operations

• March 18 -22: Final Review meeting/discussion (virtual or in person)

 

Time: Noon - 1:00 pm for the Friday meetings

Where: At your desk!  (virtual)

 

We need everyone interested to sign up and take a short survey, so we can coordinate the logistics and have some idea on the mix of the group.  Sign up by this Wednesday so we finalize details.

 

Cheers,

Trent Cross & Andrew Parker

Salt Lake City User Group Co-Leaders

To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended and participated in our first meeting to kick off the 2019 year - Thank you! 

 

We had a great turnout and participation with a few new faces.  We were privileged to hear from Elliott Lowe from RingLead presenting and discussing and providing tips and tricks on how to improve your database quality.

 

We learned that the "unicorn" and "rainbows" that we dreamed of using marketing automation most times turn into a donkey quickly if we don't proactively stay on top of maintaining key processes and organization with the platform.  We specifically discussed that data quality is one of the key elements to be actively updated in an ongoing manner.  Elliott provided 10 key points to help us evaluate and maintain quality and clean data:

  1. No email address
  2. Invalid email address
  3. Negative email verification
  4. No longer at company (and move to new company)
  5. Unsubscribes
  6. Multiple Spam bounces: set count & reset - marketing suspend - email invalid
  7. Old/unengaged
  8. Behavior scoring that has negative values
  9. No web page visits
  10. Merge duplicates

 

Elliott also recommended that it may help to have an outside consultant/agency come in and conduct an comprehensive audit.  In addition, RingLead provides solutions to help organizations manage and maintain the quality of their existing customer and prospect data (https://www.ringlead.com)

 

You can view and download the presentation here.  In addition, Elliot also recorded the session that you review and listen again along with several of the questions asked - Listen & Watch Here.

 

We wrapped up the meeting on the launch of the MCE Prep study group next week (Friday, 2/8).  Here's your opportunity to gain the knowledge and confidence to take and pass the MCE test. The training and insights will be provided from several of our current and experienced members. The goal is to get everyone ready and prepped in time to take the test by the upcoming Marketo Summit in March. The study group will meet virtually and a couple of times in person over the next several weeks.  Even if you don't want to take the MCE test, join and participate to learn more - don't miss out!

 

 

The dates and schedule of topics covered:

 

• February 8th: Program Fundamentals

 

• February 15th: Targeting and Personalization

 

• February 22nd: Analytics and Reporting

 

• February 27th: MUG Meeting in person and review with the group, 3:30 PM at WGU Campus

 

• March 8th: Lead Management

 

• March 15th: Implementation and Operations

 

• March 18 -22: Final Review meeting/discussion (virtual or in person)

Time: Noon - 1:00 pm for the meetings on Fridays

 

Where: At your desk!  (virtual)

 

 

 

If you would like to participate, we need everyone interested to sign up and take a short survey, so we can coordinate the logistics and have some idea on the mix of the group.

 

The meeting also had some housekeeping items, specifically around the upcoming Adobe/Marketo Summit.  So if you are attending, check out the housekeeping slides attached and these key points:

  1. Register for the Summit today!
    • Use Promo Code: S19MN for $700 off the Summit registration
  2. Adobe Summit MUG Contest:  Top MUG gets an exclusive party worth $2000!  Let's get everyone signed up to go.
    • Let Trent Cross (trent.cross@gosolomon.com) know who all is registered and attending (everyone from your companies!). I need to add names to a spreadsheet to provide as the tracking
    • Contest Ends:  March 11th
  3. Revvie Awards:  Now open for submissions through Fri, February 22nd! https://engage.marketo.com/revvie-awards.html

 

You can find the Housekeeping slides/deck here for reference as well.

 

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, Feb 27th, Interactive Content and User Experience, plus the MCE study group review, with our sponsor Ceros, located at WGU and the same conference room.

 

Cheers and have a successful month!  Hope to have many join us in the study group and at our meeting next month!

 

Trent & Andrew

Salt Lake City Marketo User Group Co-Leaders

To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended and participated in our first 'virtual' meeting this month, thank you! We had a pretty good turnout overall.  This meeting format was a result of several members request, so we hope that you found this type of meeting format beneficial - love to get your feedback and insights, let us know!   We missed the rest of you this month and hope to see you at our meeting next month in person!

 

We were privileged to hear from Tom Rozdeba from Vidyard talking about the use of video in our marketing efforts and how it integrated into Marketo for reporting, tracking. We learned how easy and simple it is to incorporate video into everyday use, such as email responses to building individual personalization in the videos themselves.  Tom mentioned a 'FREE TOOL' (Vidyard GoVideo) from Vidyard that you can download to start your video marketing journey to test it - so check it out!  We also want to thank Vidyard for hosting the virtual meeting as our sponsors.

 

If you missed the virtual MUG meeting, click here to listen and watch the presentation and discussion

 

In addition, you can check out this site for more materials and insights on video marketing provided by Vidyard to help in your video marketing efforts.

 

The meeting also had some housekeeping items, specifically around the upcoming Marketo Summit this next week.  So if you are attending, check out the housekeeping slides attached and these key points:

  1. Sign up and plan your Summit sessions and experiencehttps://events.marketo.com/summit/2018/agenda/sessions2018/
  2. Get Marketo Certified - Register to take the MCE Exam and receive $50 off: https://events.marketo.com/summit/2018/university/certification
  3. MUG Meet Up Area: Zen Zone in the Expo Hall.  Available the entire conference and a great spot to meet up
  4. MUG User Lunch:  Tuesday, May 1st, located near the regular Summit lunch area.  Table placards with the region/location. 
    • THE SLC MUG WILL PLAN TO MEET UP FOR LUNCH FOR ALL WHO ARE ATTENDING - PLAN TO ATTEND & SEE YOU THERE!

 

If you are attending the Marketo Summit, let me (Trent Cross ) know so we can connect.  But at the minimum, let's plan to meet for lunch during the special MUG Lunch meeting location set aside by Marketo on Tuesday.

 

Our next local meeting will be an 'in-person' meeting for our annual SLC MUG May 16th Meeting - Marketo Marketing Summit Review and "Ah-ha" moments (or "Oh-no") as we look forward to discussions, insights, and recap from the Marketo Summit from those that attended (hosted at the MarketStar South Jordan office location)

 

Cheers and have a successful month!  Hope to see many of you at the Summit and of course our user group meeting next month!

 

 

Andrew & Trent

Salt Lake City Marketo User Group Co-Leaders

summit.marketo.com/university/certification

To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended and participated in the meeting this month, thank you! We missed the rest of you this month and hope to see you next month.

 

The meeting and discussion kicked off our year right! We are looking forward to another successful and great year.

 

We were privileged to hear from Steve Armstrong and Kevin Pferdner from HyperX Media who presented some a couple of cool tools (and they're FREE!), plus they also sponsored and provided some pizza from The Pie - THANK YOU!

Kevin asked if you do use the tools to provide feedback to them so they can improve the functionality and capabilities - so please help them and us out.

 

We also then heard from Andrew Parker and Trent Cross on some quick and simple tips on helping to troubleshoot and solve problems in Marketo.  Including SFDC/Marketo integration items, Marketo operations, emails, smart campaigns and more!  There was a lot of great questions, insights, and learnings from many that participated and was a great meeting overall.

 

Attached you'll find the presentations from HyperX and the troubleshooting slldes for reference.

 

Our next local meeting will be on March 17th, SLC MUG March 21st Meeting at the MarketStar offices in South Jordan.  We are also planning to have meetings in April, May (our annual Marketo Summit Review), and June.  Then take a break in July and pick it back up in August.

 

Cheers and have a successful month!  Hope to see many of you at the user group meeting next month!

 

Salt Lake City Marketo User Group Co-Leaders

To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended and participated in the meeting this month, thank you!

 

The meeting completed our Q1 Best Practices series and focused on Lead Scoring Models;and with a lot of other presentations and discussions. We had a guest attendee, Harris Zafar, Marketo Team Lead, Customer Success who was in town visiting customers and was able to join us for the meeting!

 

We were privileged to hear from Katie Bullinger from Pluralsight and also from Jeff Smith from Ivanti that presented and discussed their lead scoring models. They were both informative and insightful with different perspectives on how each organization had approached scoring and future directions. Appreciate everyone's comments and questions to further the discussion and learning for all of us.

 

Ryan Murano and team from Alliance Health, presented and discussed their use of email velocity scripting for a challenge they had in the business. Very insightful and great directions on using scripting to meet needs that Marketo may not. They were able to take the various examples in the Marketo documentation and modify for their needs; which worked great!  They recommended to look at what's already been created (both the documentation and on the community)....lots out there that can help.  Looks like we have a velocity scripting resource with the folks at Alliance Health - thanks!

 

We also heard from Jeff LeFevre from MarketStar reviewing their use and testing using quizzes from QZZR in their marketing & sales programs. This was a great insight on a practical usage of the tool in use.  Plus, Owen Fuller from QZZR presented and reviewed their quiz services and use within various markets, clients, and other insights. Definitely something that may be applicable for many of us in our marketing efforts.  They offer a "Freemium" model to get started and see how it works.

 

There was a lot of great questions, insights, and learnings from many that participated and was a great meeting overall. 

 

We also did a quick update on the new Marketo Certified Training/Test that there are a series of 'free' prep courses now through the Marketo Summit; but classes fill up fast. So if you are interested, sign up now!  Here's the link to the FREE online Cert Prep courses.  They are going on now and several more over the next few weeks: Training Catalog

 

Don't forget - for those that presented (Katie Bullinger, Jeff Smith, Ryan Murano, and others) reply to this blog and upload your presentations for reference to the rest of the group! Andrew Parker-will you get the stuff from QZZR and upload?

 

Reminder that we will not be meeting in April, with the Marketo Summit April 23-26 in San Francisco. For those attending, stay tuned for more information on a possible SLC MUG get together time and place.

 

Our next local meeting will be in May, SLC MUG: May 17th - Marketo Summit Review and "Ah-ha" moments (or "Oh-no") - see you in a couple of months!

 

 

Oh - one last item; one of our member companies (Fundracer Events) is offering an additional 10% discount on the current promo pricing for the upcoming event:  The Great Inflatable Race in Salt Lake on June 3rd.  Use Promo Code: MUG2017. Check out more here: The Great Inflatable Race | The Bounciest Fun Run On Earth - Salt Lake City, UT - Lots of fun for the family and friends - Thanks!

 

Cheers and have a successful month!  Hope to see many of you at the Marketo Summit.

Trent Cross

To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended and participated in the meeting this month, thank you!

 

The meeting was continuing our Q1 Best Practices series and focused on Personalization Best Practices, and we had the chance to hear and learn from many who attended on what they are doing to build out key elements for better engagement.  The discussions covered a wide range of topics from using tokens, snippets, dynamic content, RTP to the web pages, inferred locations (not a good idea!), reviewing segments/segmentations and even delving a bit into velocity script coding (thanks to Ryan Murano for talking what they just implemented at Alliance Health).

 

There was a lot of good insights and learnings on how others are using these features and functionality in their existing programs and environment. We reviewed some of the updates on email best practices from the prior month that were put into practice.

 

Several of attendees are in process implementing some of these concepts and we will look for updates on the results and your insights for the programs.

 

The meeting also spent a few minutes reviewing the updates and status on the Marketo MCE/MCSC program.  For those interested, check out the post How do I Become Marketo Certified? for more information, links and directions.

 

Oh and how can we forget the great food/snacks from Chick-fil-a provided by Marketo (Adam Jackson - you missed out again!)

 

Attached is the deck from the meeting that also includes the updated Certification information slides for reference.

 

I am looking forward to our meeting in March that will conclude our Q1 Best Practices Topics, SLC MUG: March 22nd - Scoring Models Best Practices, Q1 Best Practices Series.

 

 

Cheers and have a successful month!

 

 

Trent Cross

To all the Salt Lake City User Group members who attended the meeting this week, thank you!  We had a little detour, but appreciate everyone chipping in and providing great feedback.

 

The meeting was focused on Email Best Practices, and we had the chance to hear and learn from many who attended on what they are doing to build out great emails for better engagement.  We discovered that there is not a 'best' day or time for sending emails (contrary to what the industry says).  Many found that Mondays, Fridays and even weekends had great success.....the key?  Know your audience and segment...and test, test, test. 

 

Great insights were provided by the team from Alliance Health (Ryan Alford, Ryan Murano, and McKell Cousins), Colby Holbrook (Health Catalyst), Eric Olsen (Helix Education), Jace Garside (Harte Hanks), to name just a few! 

 

Topics ranged from days of the week, styles of emails (text vs HTML), layout designs, button colors, headers, CTAs, signatures, from/replys, and much, much more! We even went down the path and showed off the Champion/Challenger functionality and associated reporting. 

 

Several of you (remember who you are) promised to post on the community some of your ideas, and tips on a few points to help the rest of the group.  DON'T FORGET   Plus several of you are doing some email testing this month and we will look for updates on the results of these tests.

 

The meeting also spent a few minutes reviewing and discussing the Marketo MCE/MCC program and some future directions of the program (more TBD). For those interested, check out the post How do I Become Marketo Certified? for more information, links and directions. 

 

Attached is the deck from the meeting that also includes the Certification slides for reference.

 

I am looking forward to our meeting in February, SLC MUG: February 15th - Personalization Best Practices, Q1 Best Practices Series, that will continue our "Best Practices" topics.

 

Cheers and have a successful month!

 

 

Trent Cross

Hello everyone!

 

Hoping your fall season is starting off well. With the start of school sessions, new schedules, routines and activities it's definitely a change from the fun summertimes and vacations.

 

We started off our fall season with a bang at the last user group meeting!  Thanks to all who came and attended this past month after the summer break. We had a full house and great crowd with new faces and with a number of our regulars.  It was a great meeting and insights on how to get started with social marketing tools. We like to thank our sponsor HyperX Media for preseneting and attending, along with providing some good Greek food as well.  We definitely missed the rest of you and hope you plan to attend the next meeting in September - which is a special event by Marketo - SLC MUG: Sept 13 - Marketo ABM Launch Party!

 

Special thanks to Gabe Villamizar as our guest presenter and showing us with some cool tools to get us started in social marketing.  I know that a few of us figured we would check these out and see what our own profiles are out sitting out there in the digital world! (hoping nothing too scary)

 

EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS TO Andrew Parker and The Leonardo for providing free tickets to the new Flight exhibit for those that attended and were the first lucky 20 to show up!  It's a cool exhibit and we encourage to take your families and friends to see the cool stuff there....they have a full blown airplane in the middle of the museum - amazing!  Get more details here:  FLIGHT Exhibit At The Leonardo - The Leonardo.

 

WIth good timing (or just luck), Marketo released their updated The Definitive Guide to Social Media Marketing (New) and blog which you should check out and download the guide for more info on how to integrate your social marketing into Marketo.

 

Attached to this post are the presentations from both HyperX Media and from Gabe on social marketing tools for your reference and use.  Gabe also included a couple of additions to show which tools work best with each other and the targeted objectives. 

 

Speaking of our meetings; our next Marketo User Group Meeting will be Tuesday, September 13, 2016.   NEW LOCATION:  Western Governors University, Same time (3:30pm - 5:30pm),  SLC MUG: Sept 13 - Marketo ABM Launch Party! 

 

 


We look forward to seeing you all at the special meeting and event this next month!

 

 

 

Cheers,

Trent Cross and Andrew Parker

SLC MUG co-leaders

Trent Cross

June 2016 SLC MUG Recap

Posted by Trent Cross Champion Jun 29, 2016

Hello everyone!

 

Thanks to all who came and attended our user group meeting the past month. It was a great meeting with great presentations and discussions among the group.  We like to thank our sponsor SnapApp and Vanessa Porter for attending and providing some good food as well.  We definitely missed the rest of you and hope you plan to attend the next meeting in August. 

 

We like to thank Adrian Watkins (and Jamie Smith) from SirsiDynix, for his presentation: “To Infinity & Beyond – How to exceed your webinar expectations (and stay sane!)!”  They are on a ramp to conduct 150 webinars this year alone!  Great points and ideas on how to create and launch these programs in a more structured and simplified approach.

 

Vanessa Porter's  Flip Tuna Campaigns Into Sushi With Interactive Content” presentation helped us learn how we can stretch our existing content for our current marketing programs was very insightful and how SnapApp’s solutions can help was very informative

 

Attached to this post is the presentation from Adrian and for Vanessa's presentation use this link (it was a little large) for your reference.  If you need to get hold of Vanessa for more information on SnapApp’s solutions, here is her contact info:

 

Vanessa Porter

Director of Marketing

vporter@snapapp.com

Office 857-228-5118 | Mobile 858-449-0744

 

Speaking of our meetings; our next Marketo User Group Meeting will be Wednesday, August 17, 2016.   Yep…no meetings in July!  Same time (3:30pm - 5:30pm), same location (MarketStar Offices in South Jordan).  The current topic planned is on Social Marketing (SEO, SEM, Paid) from an industry expert as our guest presenter. 


That’s right, we are taking a summer break for the month of July; so enjoy and plan to
join us for the meeting in August. Be sure to watch out for email invites starting soon.  In the meantime, stay active on the group and ask any and all questions that come up. The more active the group, the more fun we're all able to have!

 

BTW – did I mention that we will not have a meeting in July? 

 

Cheers,

Trent Cross and Andrew Parker

SLC MUG co-leaders

Trent Cross

May 2016 SLC MUG Recap

Posted by Trent Cross Champion Jun 5, 2016

Hello everyone!

 

Thanks to all who came and attended our user group meeting the past month. It was a great meeting and discussion among the group along with some good food provided by PFL.  We missed the rest of you and plan to join us this month.

  

We like to thank Marne Reed from PFL for presenting and also sponsoring our meeting this month!  Great ideas and suggetions on how better to use direct mail for better targeting your current and potential customers. I think the mini drones had several of us thinking...hmmmm, great idea!  And I like to get my hands on one of those.  We also like to thank all those that shared their comments and insights from the Marketo Summit this year.  Your insights generated a lot of discussions and interaction with the rest of the group attending.

 

Oh and we don't want to forget to recognize our local Revvie award winners - PluralSight!  Hope to hear from them at our next meeting this month.

 

Attached to this post are both the housekeeping slides and the presentation from PFL by Marne.  If you need to get hold of Marne, here is her contact info:

Marne Reed

Chief Evangelist, Head of Strategic Alliances

marne@pfl.com

406-580-0027 (m)

888-471-8739 (w)

www.PFL.com

 

If you attend this month, you will get the chance to see some of the examples that Marne mentioned that didn't arrive in time - the box finally arrived the next day and so we will bring along for a show and tell! 

 

Speaking of our meetings; our next Marketo User Group Meeting is on June 22, 2016. Same time (3:30pm - 5:30pm), same location (MarketStar Offices in South Jordan).  The topics:  "To Infinity and Beyond - How to exceed your webinar expectations (and stay sane!) presented by Adrian Watkins, Sirixdynix; and Content Marketing w/SnapApp (the sponsor for our meeting).

 

We hope you'll join us for the meeting this month, so be sure to watch out for email invites starting soon.  In the meantime, stay active on the group and ask any and all questions that come up. The more active the group, the more fun we're all able to have!

 

Cheers,

Andrew Parker and Trent Cross

SLC MUG co-leaders

Trent Cross

April 2016 SLC MUG Recap

Posted by Trent Cross Champion Apr 22, 2016

Hello everyone!

 

Thanks to all who came and attended our user group meeting this week. It was a good meeting and group along with some good food! (Chick-Fil-A nuggets, fruit, and chocolate chip cookies!)

 

We like to thank Carmen and Marcia from SiriusDecisions for attending and presenting at our meeting.  The presentation by Marcia Trask from SiriusDecisions was excellent and we had several good questions and open discussions with the group. Hopefully there were some good a-ha moments for each of you on where there may be skill gaps or areas of focus in building your marketing teams.

 

Attached to this post is the SiriusDecisions presentation from Marcia that you can review and use for your personal and internal review/use.  We have been asked that we do not share or distribute this material on public sites (ie SlideShare, LinkedIn, or similar sites) – so don’t!   If you have some questions for SiriusDecisions, please post them here for all and I can compile and send to SD for their input.

 

Also attached is the housekeeping slide deck for reference as well if needed, as this includes details on the upcoming Marketo Summit and our upcoming meetings.

 

Speaking of upcoming meetings, our next Marketo User Group Meeting is on May 25, 2016. Same time (3:30pm - 5:30pm), same location (MarketStar Offices in South Jordan).  The topic: Highlights of the Marketo Summit, where we’ll have several of our fellow members present and share their top 2-3 key learnings and insights with us.  Additionally, we have PFL that will be our sponsor speaking about the power of direct and dimensional mail to integrate into your marketing programs.

 

We hope you'll join us for the meeting next month, so be sure to watch out for email invites starting soon.  In the meantime, stay active on the group and ask any and all questions that come up. The more active the group, the more fun we're all able to have!

 

For those attending Summit – see you there! 

 

Andrew Parker and Trent Cross

SLC MUG co-leaders

 

 

Hey Everyone!

Thanks to those who came out to the user group meeting this past week. It was a good group and we had at least one excellent presentation. Not sure we could say the same for the guy who went last (some fellow named Andrew) but overall, the presentations were informative and helpful.

 

Attached to this post are the decks for both presentations and either Shawn or Andrew are happy to answer any and all questions as to how we're using social media to grow our businesses and how we're integrating them into Marketo.

 

Don't forget that our next Marketo User Group Meeting is on April 20, 2016. Same bat time (3:30pm - 5:30pm), same bat channel (Marketstar Offices in South Jordan). We'll have a partner there with us, SiriusDecisions, to discuss marketing enablement tools. Here is a sample of what they'll be talking about:

  • planning (annual plan development and planning process, campaign planning and implementation, program planning [high level]),
  • budgeting (strategic budget allocation and budget management),
  • marketing enablement,
  • marketing process (non-lead management marketing process),
  • marketing resource management (technology, vendors, implementation, training), marketing operations org structure/staffing,
  • change management and measurement (high-level)

 

We hope you'll join us for the meeting, so be sure to watch out for email invites from Trent. In the meantime, stay active on the group and ask any and all questions that come up. The more active the group, the more fun we're all able to have!

 

Trent Cross and Andrew Parker

SLC MUG co-leaders