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OUR ARTICLES

The Real, Much-Overlooked Value of Data for Marketing

The Real, Much-Overlooked Value of Data for Marketing

Why do marketing departments often fail to generate any real business value from data?
The Man Who Invented Big Data Analytics

The Man Who Invented Big Data Analytics

The story of the 19th century data pioneer Matthew Fontaine Maury in pictures.
Saying Bye to One of Our Founders

Saying Bye to One of Our Founders

Prof. Dr. Marc Drüner retires from the TD Reply executive board to pursue international academic projects, but remains as an adviser.
We Are Officially Number 1 in Germany

We Are Officially Number 1 in Germany

The Reply Digital Experience network finds itself at the top of the BVDW digital agency ranking.
dataX 2019: Impressions and Takeaways

dataX 2019: Impressions and Takeaways

Here’s what happened at our biggest dataX yet!
Announcement: dataX 2019

Announcement: dataX 2019

Stay tuned for April 11 and follow us on social media for exclusive coverage of the one of a kind event.
From Big to Smart Data

From Big to Smart Data

Marketers need to adapt fast to the new reality of data-centered approaches, as the success of their qualitative ideas can only be measured through data – today better so than ever before.
Market Research is Dead

Market Research is Dead

The market research industry has so far used Big Data as a buzzword only, not as a wake-up call. A grave mistake.
The 12 Myths of Marketing in China

The 12 Myths of Marketing in China

A veil of misconceptions and misunderstandings surrounds the world’s most populous state. Here is what Western marketers should be aware of.
6 Misconceptions about Digital Customer Journeys

6 Misconceptions about Digital Customer Journeys

These persistent but false notions deceive companies and businesses alike.