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Enhancing marketing’s impact through strategic digital services


Services to drive engagement across your customer lifecycle


Aligning business goals with end-user needs


Ensuring technology aligns to your business ongoing

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As thousands of marketers congregated at Salesforce Connections last week, new features of the Marketing Cloud platform drove buzzworthy conversations.

Last week, marketers from around the globe gathered at Salesforce Connections in New York to shape the future of digital marketing. Companies in various markets and industries are finding new ways to leverage technology to get closer to their customers.

The days of closing deals from the office several days or weeks after a prospect agrees to a general proposal are over. The modern B2B salesperson is in the field, and the applications that support them need to be, too.

It’s that time of the year again; the Salesforce annual summer release has made a big splash with its focus of turning insights into action with the customer success platform.

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to speak at ICMI’s Contact Center Expo and Conference in Orlando. It was an extremely rewarding experience to interact with leaders of contact centers for some of the best brands in the world.

At Bluewolf, we constantly strive to make the customer experience meaningful — oftentimes, that starts with transforming the employee experience. The more engaged employees become, the more value they provide to their customers. 

Waiting on the edge of your seat for Marketo’s May release notes? Well, now that they’re finally out, I am excited to break down the highlights.

Get the most of your experience at the digital marketing event of the year.

Take a moment to reflect on the managers you’ve had so far in your career. Think about the best manager you’ve had, or that one terrible manager. What stood out to you about him or her?

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