Matt Mullen

Matt has been deep in the weeds of the software industry since the mid-1990s. He started out as a developer, before consulting and implementing software for government agencies and then working on the sales and marketing side of the industry. For the last few years, Matt has been an industry research analyst, focusing on sales and marketing technology, advising large enterprises and software vendors alike on emerging technology, market intelligence and organizational strategy.


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Aug. 15 2014
A few weeks ago while attending a digital marketing conference, I was struck by a slightly strange presentation taking place on the stage, just a few feet in front of me. Discussing an apparently fruitful...
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July 16 2014
It’s around a decade ago that I took my first job in London. Now, London is a massive city. These days, I live over in East London–I hasten to add, not cool East London, more workaday East...
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June 17 2014
If there is one thing that the technology industry has never been short of, then that would be big ideas. Regardless of how on many occasions, perhaps most, the realization of those ideas falls short of...
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May 28 2014
The term silo has become something of a stop word; a term that when we hear it or read it, we almost begin to lose concentration (or for that matter, consciousness) from what other part of the message...
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April 17 2014
Recently, the Washington Post published an article about the continued use of \"autopen\" technology in government offices in Washington. The technology, originally deployed back in the 1930s, allows paper...
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There is an expression, “The only constant is change.” That certainly appears to be true in 2020, and especially so for communicators in almost every industry