Andy Hasselwander, Chief Analytics Officer at MarketBridge, joins Accelerating Value to discuss common mistakes companies make with data analytics, the measurement trap (and how to avoid it), and why data specialists need to better understand the businesses and industries they work in.
Most companies can expect the inevitable, 10-20% YoY attrition of existing buyers. But under pandemic circumstances, businesses can’t risk any additional loss furthermore making “the customer experience” an important area of scrutiny. Join us on Thursday, June 11th at 3:00 PM ET as we cover the specific data points needed to predict at-risk-buyers and improve CX.
The essential ways we live and work have changed virtually overnight. As a result, companies are monitoring and assessing what consumers are doing at heightened new levels. Here is how integrating big data and small data insights lead to top-line growth…
Today’s companies are investing millions in marketing and customer analytics to seek out a competitive edge. But realizing ROI on that investment requires behavior change in your sales channels. We’ve seen three common barriers that impede successful…
There’s a common myth inside the discussion about the earth’s natural resources, namely that we run the risk of exhausting them. But a simple research of the matter quickly dispels this. We do not run the risk of “running out,” of our resources, but instead face the dilemma of not being able to extract them. […]
A relational data warehouse built with standardized schemas, loosely coupled to source systems, and extended to meet a company’s unique requirements.
Changing front-line behaviors with data-driven insights will be critical to realizing the benefits from your investments in analytics. It’s harder than you think! Perhaps you are one of those companies in the CMO Survey that is planning a 218% increase in analytics spend over the next three years, or perhaps you are part of the […]
CEOs and their leadership teams in FinServ companies—from banking to insurance to credit—are moving on to the next wave of digital transformation: data strategy and execution. While every company is at different stages of digital maturity (as are individual BUs and functions within each company), one trend is absolutely clear:
This week, Microsoft, SAP, and Adobe (I’ll call it the MAS alliance moving forward) announced an “Open Data Initiative” or ODI. The general consensus is that this is a competitive response to the increasing domination of Salesforce.com in the CRM and marketing technology space, whose PEPM (per employee, per month) SaaS (software-as-a-service) CRM platform has […]
The more I interact with seemingly sophisticated companies who fat finger their attempts at personalization, the more I appreciate the efforts of companies who really get me. You would think I’m referring to the independent corner coffee shops, but it’s when a behemoth enterprise somehow manages to establish a relationship with me that I’m truly impressed. […]