ObservePoint to Host DataChat Live with Guest Krista Seiden

August 25, 2021 Krissa J. Correa

SILICON SLOPES, Utah — August 24, 2021 — ObservePoint is hosting its next DataChat Live! on Thursday, September 2nd.

Join digital marketing and analytics leaders for regular live discussions around data problem-solving, industry news, strategy, governance, technology, regulations, and more.

Don’t miss this episode with Krista Seiden of KS Digital, along with Chris Baird, CMO of ObservePoint, and Cameron Cowan, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at ObservePoint, as they discuss what's next in the data industry. Topics include ways in which the current pandemic has changed online behavior and digital experience, transitioning from older platforms to the new GA4 and why you should consider it, how top retailers implement Adobe Analytics, and more!

Register HERE.

 

Krista Seiden

Krista Seiden is the principal digital analytics consultant with KS Digital, an analytics consultancy she founded in 2019, helping businesses make the most of their investments in digital marketing and analytics. Previously, Krista was VP, Product Marketing & Growth at Quantcast. Prior to that, she was at Google for nearly 7 years, where she led Product Management efforts across the Google Marketing Platform and served as the external evangelist for the Google Analytics suite of products. Krista is a keynote speaker, practitioner, writer on Analytics and Optimization, and passionate supporter of #WomenInAnalytics. You can follow her blog at www.kristaseiden.com and on twitter @kristaseiden.

 

Chris Baird

As Chief Marketing Officer, Chris Baird is responsible for providing strategic marketing direction for ObservePoint products, solutions, and services, and for presenting the ObservePoint brand worldwide. He previously held various marketing positions at Mrs. Fields Brands, Omniture, and Adobe.

 

Cameron Cowan

Cameron Cowan is the Sr. Director of Product Marketing at ObservePoint and a veteran of the marketing analytics, digital advertising, and enterprise software industries. He has joined the ObservePoint family via the recent Strala acquisition and plays an active role in product management, technical marketing, and GTM execution. Prior to his time at Strala, Cameron spent 13 years working for Adobe (via the Omniture acquisition), and gained experience in account management, consulting, and technical sales before establishing himself as a leader in product management, technical marketing, and business strategy. His career has included living overseas on multiple occasions and collaborating with marketers and technologists on four continents.

 

About ObservePoint

For organizations to be truly data-driven, they must answer two vital questions: 1) What is this data telling me about our customers? and 2) Can I trust my data?

Since its creation, ObservePoint has empowered insights-driven companies to trust their data and create better experiences for their customers with analytics testing and data governance. Our automated Technology Governance solution enables companies to scan their digital properties for data collection errors—ensuring they are collecting accurate data to guide their decisions.

Now with Privacy Compliance and Campaign Performance, ObservePoint helps organizations comply with regulations to protect customer data as well as standardize campaign tracking to capture complete, actionable insights.

Together, ObservePoint’s Data Governance solutions bring insights, automation, and compliance to the chaos of customer experience data. 

For more information visit www.observepoint.com. Follow ObservePoint on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook

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