2013 Markie Submission – Metrics That Matter


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2013 Markie Submission – Metrics That Matter

This award recognizes an organization that has moved beyond reporting on simple clicks and conversions and can now make strategic business decisions based on the metrics they measure. Submissions must include example dashboards and descriptions.

  • Submission deadline is August 30, 2013 (no exceptions).

  • Submit this completed form by going to: http://markies.eloqua.com/enter

  • Finalists will be announced on September 20, 2013.

  • Winners will be announced on October 24, 2013 at the Markie Awards event.

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If this document is being submitted by someone else on behalf of the above company, please complete this section:

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If I am a finalist, I give permission for my award category and company name to be listed…

in an Eloqua press release (example): [type ‘yes’ to indicate approval]

in promotional materials (Markies website, Topliners.com community, etc.): [type ‘yes’]

[Note: The submission summary below may be used at markies.eloqua.com and Topliners. We will reach out for permission before sharing any further details from your submission.]
Please summarize this submission in five sentences or less. (If you are a finalist, this information will be used in the Markies Walk of Fame at the Eloqua Experience 2013 event and on the Markies website [markies.eloqua.com].)

Describe your business:

Which metrics are critical to your marketing team? How are those different from sales leadership?

Describe the metrics that you measure and what business decisions you make based on them.

How regularly do you compile these metrics and how often do you share them with executive leadership?

What tools do you use to collect and present your metrics? (ex: Eloqua, CRM system, BI, custom application, etc.)

Describe any challenges in assembling/updating your metrics. Is it a manual process? Are they real-time?

Describe how your decision-making processes have changed since relying on these metrics. Has it improved communication within your organization?

Describe any future edits or tweaks you plan to make to your metrics.

Is there anyone at Oracle or Eloqua who helped you along the way that you would like to recognize?

REQUIRED: Add screen captures of some of your dashboard metrics (along with explanations). Alternatively, submit a supporting document (such as PowerPoint or Excel). If submitting an additional document, be sure to include your company name in the file name. Send it to markies@eloqua.com

OPTIONAL: Submit a 1-minute video that complements this Markie submission. Sometimes numbers alone don’t tell the story – there are people and details that really bring your success to life. This video will be shared with the judging committee, may be included in the People’s Choice Award, and may also be used during Eloqua Experience or the Markies ceremony. Videos longer than 1 minute 30 seconds will not be eligible for the People’s Choice Award. View examples of some of our favorite videos from last year.
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