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Products & Services Marketing Management Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing Excellence: Structure, Responsibilities, Center of Excellence and Outsourcing

ID: 5317


Features:

16 Info Graphics

23 Data Graphics

300+ Metrics

6 Narratives


Pages/Slides: 48


Published: 2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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STUDY OVERVIEW

As digital marketing strategies and tactics evolve, companies must constantly adapt their digital marketing approaches to effectively reach customers not only during launch but throughout the product lifecycle as well.

This study examines how successful healthcare organizations maximize the value provided by the digital marketing function through efficient service delivery to internal customers across different regions, business lines, and throughout the product lifecycle. In particular, the study reviews digital marketing responsibilities and effectiveness, the presence and effectiveness of a Center of Excellence organizational approach and the use of internal staff versus outsourcing for digital activities.

This study provides segment perspectives on large, mid-cap and small companies as well as global vs. U.S.-only companies.


KEY TOPICS

  • Study Overview
  • Key Findings & Trends
  • Service Delivery Strategy & Execution
(Delivery Management / Effectiveness / Efficiency / CoEs / Outsourcing)

SAMPLE KEY METRICS
  • Geographic scope of responsibility for digital marketing team
  • Parts of the organization that digital marketing supports
  • Group responsible for listed digital activities
  • Effectiveness of company's execution across listed activities/projects
  • Do you utilize a Center of Excellence for digital marketing activities?
  • Effectiveness of Center of Excellence for listed digital marketing activities
  • Extent of outsourcing for listed digital activities
  • What percentage of your digital marketing FTEs are allocated to listed activities?
  • Do you entirely insource any of the following digital activities?
  • What steps has your digital marketing team taken to achieve stellar digital service delivery?

SAMPLE KEY FINDINGS
  • Digital Is a Global Function: Benchmark research shows an increasing number of Digital teams working at the global level to maximize efficiency across regions and business lines. More than one-third of participating Digital Marketers support service delivery in a global capacity.
  • Digital at Large-Cap Companies Serves a Matrix of Customers: With greater resources and larger product portfolios, service delivery strategy is more complex at larger companies. Digital groups in larger organizations tend to support more internal customers overall, serving a variety of designated channels and initiatives that roll up to a multitude of different functions. On the other hand, Digital teams at smaller companies are more frequently tasked with supporting Corporate Digital strategy.

METHODOLOGY

Best Practices, LLC engaged 48 Digital Marketing leaders at 42 companies through a benchmarking survey instrument. Representatives from 8 companies participated in deep-dive interviews.

Industries Profiled:
Pharmaceutical; Marketing; Diagnostic; Health Care; Consumer Products; Biotech; Biopharmaceutical; Clinical Research; Laboratories; Medical Device; Science


Companies Profiled:
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd; Triplefin; Chiesi; biokit; Abbott; Precision Therapeutics; Abbvie; Meridian Bioscience; Merck; Vivus; Bayer Healthcare; MD Outlook; Sanofi; Pfizer; Takeda Pharmaceuticals; Roche; Boehringer Ingelheim; GlaxoSmithKline ; Amgen; Novo Nordisk; Covidien; LEO Pharma; Biogen Idec; Olympus Corporation; Eisai; Mylan; UCB Pharma; Ferring Pharmaceuticals; Lundbeck; Catalent Pharma Solutions; Astellas; CSL Behring; Ranbaxy; Galderma; Boston Scientific; Edward Lifesciences; Purdue Pharma; Nektar Therapeutics; Merial; Genomic Health; Cochlear; Haemonetics Corporation


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