Analytics Leads the Way to Customer Loyalty
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Looking to better understand the role analytics plays in successful customer loyalty strategies, the International Institute for Analytics (IIA) conducted a survey of businesses with revenue of $50 million or higher in the US.
Take Analytics to the Next Level
Information Graphic 6/19/2014 12 comments
A new report from MIT Sloan Management Review shows that analytics alone aren’t enough to differentiate companies anymore. The real winners are willing to change direction and revise their decision-making processes based on the data.
Listening to the Voice of the Customer
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An Economist Intelligence Unit report examines the all-important, but still elusive, goals of becoming customer-centric and integrating across marketing channels.
Big-Data in Big Companies
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Big companies are making more use of unstructured and structured data, as well as new opportunities to benefit from it.
Squeezing Value From Data
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Businesses that master big-data analytics are emerging as industry leaders armed with deep insights and making faster, better decisions.
The Analytical Advantage
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With an understanding of data's value comes wide-ranging business benefits and increased competitive advantage.
When you want to advocate for business managers to use data-driven decision making, is there a better approach than using great visualizations and other easily understood data presentations?
Turning marketing into a data-driven organization isn't magical, but the results can be magical and indeed profitable.
What will Thanksgiving look like in the near future?
There are signs that corporate lawyers are wondering just what they are supposed to do about big data initiatives.
Adding another layer of information to a list of restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner helps a consumer to actually find those restaurants.
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The Issue: Data visualization is an up-and-coming technology for businesses that want to deliver analytical results in a visual way, enabling analysts the ability to spot patterns more easily and business users to absorb the insight at a glance and better understand what questions to ask of the data. But does it make more sense to train everybody to handle the visualization mandate or bring on visualization expertise? Our experts are divided on the question. The Speakers: Hyoun Park, Principal Analyst, Nucleus Research; Jonathan Schwabish, US Economist & Data Visualizer
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