One software tool. Full control.
Keep track of plans, budgets and results.
A central platform to manage and orchestrate all marketing activities.
MARMIND combines campaigns, budgets and results into one central marketing plan. This allows better planning, improved team collaboration and comprehensive analysis of marketing activities. Using MARMIND, marketers gain control over their marketing and make smarter investment decisions.
In addition to state-of-the-art implementation methods, we use a Europe-wide network of marketing experts and technology partners. This way, we ensure the proper use and acceptance of new technologies. Personal customer care guarantees professional implementation and top-notch service during the whole duration of the project.
Plan and budget your marketing campaigns in one plan – in collaboration with your team and always up-to-date for all parties involved.
Your content (agency briefings, media assets, designs) is centrally stored, edited and can be shared at the push of a button.
Optimize and automate your marketing processes. Tedious and error-prone workflows will soon be a thing of the past. Maintain an overview of each task status – within your team and across the board, right down to your business partners (agency, printing company, partner). Regardless of vacation or sick leave: Information is accessible at all times.
MARMIND compares the success of your campaigns with the current costs at the push of a button. You will easily gain insights which marketing measures work well in which channels.
Plan future investments based on facts instead of gut feeling. Take control of your marketing through your personal management cockpit and make quick and well-grounded strategic decisions.
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