"The Mobile of everything" - Performics, Frédéric Joseph

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  • Consumers are ahead of marketers, taking advantage of the fast moving landscape and technology / manufacturers progress….
  • We understand the constraints but we as agencies need to play our role as guides and move fast
  • We need to act fast, because the landscape as I said is moving at an incredible pace…


    In a hyper connected world the term Internet of Everything does not go far enough
    This new hyper connected world is profoundly mobile
    Mobile will transcend handset to focus on the mobility of people in control
    Personalisation taken to new levels
    Current rules won’t apply

    From the word that describes the multifunctional device in your hand, ‘mobile’ will become a term that encapsulates a super-computing landscape that powers the Internet of Everything, or rather the Mobile of Everything.
    As we enter the era of the Mobile of Everything, we will come to expect and rely on mobile devices to program and be the control point for all aspects of our daily work, communication, shopping, comfort and convenience.
  • Marketers that want to develop a personal relationship with consumers, must create a personal voice. In this way, people will feel that brands know them on a personal level. In order to truly adopt the mindset of the consumer, brands need to truly live with the consumer, supporting them with suggestions of relevant things they should know about.
    Marketers will need to rethink how best to leverage consumer data in order to personalise services and offers. Of course, there is a fine line between adding value and invading consumers’ privacy, so companies will need to tread carefully.
    Reassuringly, 80% of consumers are willing to share their data if they know how it is going to be used. Consumers want to feel in control, but 73% are quite willing to share data in return for
    benefits (source: PwC), which paves the way for a market of data commoditisation.

    In order to influence consumer decision-making, brands will need to know and understand consumers’ moods, behaviours and their characteristics.
    Brands will also need to design real-time response mechanisms to deliver content in accordance with consumers’ moods and behaviour.
    Marketers will be able to leverage biometric technology to establish a standardised and secure platform for consumers to identify themselves.
  • While we are whitnessing the growing importance of Smartphones, its interesting to see what the future looks like.
    As for everything, there’s a tiping point.
  • . Technology cycles last 10 years
  • Marketers are already sitting on a wealth of data, and in the future the amount of available data will only increase. Making full use of this data to truly understand consumers and personalise services
    and content for them will be the secret to successful marketing.
    However, with so much available data and the ever increasing need to personalise, brands will need to work hard to surprise and
    delight their consumers. Hyper-personalisation could lead to consumers only ever receiving the predictable and the expected.
  • MASS MARKETING CAMPAIGNS MIGHT BE HARD TO EXECUTE

    With a move to hyper-personalisation, mass marketing campaigns could well become very hard to execute. Marketers - and the industry that supports marketers - will need to work out ways to

    PRIVACY REMAINS CRITICAL
    communicate and engage on personal level, but to very large numbers of people.

    Marketers will need to also be careful to ensure that the content and experiences they are creating for consumers are ‘authentic’. A world where everything is highly automated and programmed, leaves little left to personal discovery. For many people, personal discovery and recommendation is critical to an authentic experience.

    And, the ongoing issue of privacy will remain ever present. The marketing and communications industry will need to be mindful of issues of privacy at all times in a data-fuelled world of hyper-personalisation.
  • "The Mobile of everything" - Performics, Frédéric Joseph

    1. 1. We understand the constraints….
    2. 2. From the Internet of Everything to the Mobile of Everything
    3. 3. Mobile as the control point for all aspects of our lives Our connected mobile devices speak the same language and know our true feelings
    4. 4. With the growing importance of the Mobile of Everything, Cross channel cross device cross object tracking will increase BIG CHALLENGE … CROSS ANALYTICS
    5. 5. What’s the future of the Smartphone?
    6. 6. What’s the future of the Smartphone? DEVICE FREE COMPUTING 2025+ WEARABLE EYE-WEAR COMPUTING 2014+ MOBILE INTERNET COMPUTING 2000’S DESKTOP INTERNET COMPUTING 1980’S PERSONAL COMPUTING 1980’S MINI COMPUTING 1970’S MAIN FRAME COMPUTIN G 1960’S TECHNOLOGY CYCLES HAVE TENDED TO LAST TEN YEARS SOURCE: KPCB
    7. 7. What’s the future of the Smartphone?
    8. 8. Watch outs
    9. 9. 3 things to take out with you… Consumers are ahead of marketers and more than ever we need to take the lead and guide… The concept of “The Internet of Everything” is restrictive, we are actually moving to a world of “The Mobile of Everything” The future will be a world of Sensors and Beacons, we have time to adapt but its good to think ahead… 1 2 3
    10. 10. Thank you! Questions? Fred Joseph, CEO Performics EMEA @Fredjoseph_UKFR

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