Digital marketing and digital healthcare are the next big tech trends that are redefining how businesses interact with their customers, according to a new report from the Information Technology & Telecommunications Industry Association.
Among the top 10 spenders in digital healthcare were Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Microsoft Health, Adobe, Adobe Systems, and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Among them was Amazon.
The industry has seen a boom in the last year as companies like Apple, Google and Facebook have rolled out their own health-related services and acquired a number of smaller companies, including CareFirst and Medi-CalCare.
Digital marketing, or digital marketing as it is sometimes known, has long been a key part of the health-care industry.
It’s a rapidly growing industry, and companies are using their vast digital assets to target their customers.
The number of digital marketers has skyrocketed in recent years, with companies like Health and Wellness Marketing Group, Aptech and Salesforce buying up digital marketing assets and creating their own brands and apps.
Some of these companies are spending big on digital marketing, but others are just starting to take the plunge.
The big companies spend more than $50 billion each year on digital advertising.
And that money could be better spent on other areas of their businesses, said Rob Jablonski, senior director of digital marketing at the Information &’ro Business Group, which represents companies including Adobe, Microsoft and Amazon.
“The biggest spenders are going to be companies that are creating new content and doing new digital experiences that people will interact with on a daily basis,” he said.
“They are going be creating content that’s personalized for their customer base, they’re going to do things that will help them in their marketing efforts.”