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Businesses evolve, they grow, they restructure. At one point or another, all marketing and creative organisations will have to update or upgrade a significant portion of their tech stack, as their existing processes and workflows become outdated with new advances in technology.
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In today’s typical creative agency environment, there is art, science and a bit of magic behind producing, managing and distributing the multitude of assets demanded by clients. At the heart of the ecosystem is the all-important workflow, essential for making sure everything runs smoothly. But as we’re all aware, there are always challenges and nothing runs perfectly all the time.
When they’re looking to hire a creative agency, your clients put the most emphasis on your output and strategic thinking. These days, technology is becoming the key differentiator for companies to make the final choice between potential creative partners. For example, 74 percent of marketers say that they want to work with an agency with strong data and analytics capabilities.
Automation technology intends to replace the repetitive, rules-based tasks that are required of your human employees. In so doing, it allows them to spend more time on higher-level assignments that play to their strengths, e.g. activities that require creativity and problem-solving skills.
Deciding whether to outsource your creative work or perform it in-house is one of the biggest decisions that marketing departments face. After experimenting with outsourcing, a growing number of marketers find that they prefer to bring their creative operations in-house.