Experimenting faster is a trait shared by most innovative organizations. They want to experiment with new products and promotions to see if they can unearth bold new ways of serving the customer. But this experimentation cannot be random: it needs to be guided by data and based on current customer insight.
It was access to this data that was the problem for our client, a large consumer brand. It took a long time to prepare the data to a point where it could be used by business managers. So long, in fact, that the data was no longer relevant; and the moment as often lost. The company needed to be able to experiment faster but was held back by a cumbersome and ineffective analytics infrastructure.
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