Technology: The Tools to Access the Audience for CRM & Attribution

Do you know the tools required to accurately and effectively process data? Are you up-to-speed with effective data management processes? 

In this course, you will be guided through the essential requirements for an effective data strategy for customer engagement.  Join Dr. Don Hinman as he explains the tools of CRM, data warehouses, DMPs and how they differ, as well as the marketing cloud.  Issues such as audience member recognition, identity fragmentation, data onboarding and related practices will also be explained.

This course is part of a six-part series on “Using Data to Know Your Customer: CRM & Attribution” and can be taken either as a stand-alone course or as a part of the series. Powered by Marist.

Who is this Course For?

Junior, middle, and senior marketer levels – all those interested in technology: the tools to access the audience for CRM & Attribution.

Course Outline

Lesson 1: The Marketing Technology Ecosystem

    • Mapping the Martech ecosystem
    • Effective data management: Extract, Transform & Load
    • Capturing & acquiring data
    • Organizing data
    • Data quality

Lesson 2: Entity Identification: CRM & DMP

    • Types of entity identifiers
    • Data match issues
    • CRM – customer relationship management
    • DMP – data management platforms

Lesson 3: Linking & Synching Data

    • Audience member recognition
    • Data onboarding

Estimated Length of Completion

Approximately 60 minutes

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Instructors

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Don Hinman

Founder, dhConsulting

Don Hinman is a data -driven marketing consultant. He helps marketers and others understand and utilize marketing data across multiple customer-centric channels. Don is often referred to as “Dr. Data” due to his experience and expertise across the industry in the creation and use of data in data marketing applications.

In the past two years, Don has provided consulting services for a number of organizations.

  • Development of materials and education courses in Data and Audience Management for the Data & Marketing Association (DMA).
  • Establishment of a Data Governance Process for a Services Provider supporting Small to Medium sized Financial Institutions.
  • Created a Chief Data Officer role as well as other data support activities for one of the top Marketing Services Provider.
  • Advised a major Investment Banker in the assessment of the competitive market position of a potential acquisition.
  • Provided Expert Witness advice in an alleged patent infringement case involving data marketing.
  • Provided Expert Witness advice for a Data Provider pursuing possible copyright infringement and unauthorized use of data.

His previous work experience includes:

  • Senior Vice President for Data Strategy for Epsilon Data Solutions (2007-2014). In this role, Don lead the data asset utilization functions for Epsilon’s data products. He previously served as SVP for Products for ICOM and Abacus.
  • Past Chair of the Direct Marketing Association’s Committee on Ethical Business Practices.
  • Former member of the Board of Trustees for Marketing Edge (f/k/a DMEF).
  • Honored with a Silver Apple Award from the Direct Marketing Club of New York (2013). He frequently speaks at conferences and seminars in direct marketing, CRM and database marketing industries.
  • Executive Vice President and Senior Principal for The Allant Group (2005-2007).
  • Group Leader for InfoBase Products at Acxiom Corporation (1994-2005). In that role, he led the product management of Acxiom’s data centric products, including InfoBase consumer and telephone enhancement, list products, and analytic and segmentation products. Don was also the Data Content Group Leader in the Data Division at the Acxiom Corporation.
  • Vice President and Performance Group Manager for National Demographics & Lifestyles Inc. (1984-1994) in Denver, CO, where he was responsible for Product Development, Management and improvement of direct marketing lists and segmentation/modeling services.

Don received his Ph.D. in Mass Communications from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in 1979.