Across industries, customers today wield more power and greater choice than ever before – a power that they exercise by shifting their attention and spending (across multiple channels/devices in near-real time) from provider to provider. In this environment of hyper-connectedness and diminishing customer loyalty and fleeting human attention spans, the battle for holding customer interest and engaging him/her meaningfully requires, first and foremost, an everlasting commitment to "relevance. "Being relevant and demand-driven is of paramount importance to the media industry, but it is no less important to any industry that operates in a B2C world. However, adapting to the ever-rising expectations and changing buying behaviors of customers is becoming a Herculean task, requiring both business and technology transformation.
How strong is your renewal program? Are you able to predict and analyze your performance correctly? ServiceSource® believes that the real yardstick of renewal performance lies in a comprehensive set of key performance indicators (KPIs) that can tell a much broader story. Over the last 13 years and over 145 engagements, we’ve identified these twelve critical factors for successfully measuring and growing your renewal revenue. This whitepaper provides a detailed overview of those KPIs.
As media and channels proliferate with the upsurge in digital touchpoints, we have access to massive volumes of customer data. This leads to the personalization of customer interactions that drive customer strategy as a business strategy.
An effective marketing investment strategy will help you take inventory of your current measurement framework and develop a more accurate, reliable and consistent strategy for assessing and improving the performance of your marketing spend.
As company buying behaviors evolve, it's imperative to evolve your marketing strategies to align with the new marketplace. Luckily, with customer data becoming more and more available, smart industrial marketers are armed with high-quality proof points to establish efficient and effective programs that prove and improve marketing ROI.
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Oct 18, 2016
In a market where 78% of consumers abandon a transaction or purchase because of poor service, businesses need to personalize and customize their interactions with customers to remain competitive. A truly personalized customer experience, framed in the context of the consumer’s previous buying patterns and behaviors as well as their current interactions, can mean the difference between engaged, loyal customers or lost business for your company. Download this white paper now to learn more!
IDC Retail Insights defines omni-channel merchandise optimization as the set of technologies, data assets, skills, processes, and management intent required to develop and maintain sets of targeted and localized offers that best satisfy important business objectives. These goals include customer satisfaction, customer lifetime value, and category, channel, and corporate performance. By "offers," IDC Retail Insights means the broad set of attributes that characterize assortments, products, services, prices, utility, and convenience that match customers' buying criteria and shopping behaviors. Targeted and localized offers present a compelling "choice set" that satisfies and delights consumers.
Download this white paper to read the questions posed by IBM to Greg Girard, program director of Omni-Channel Analytics Strategies at IDC Retail Insights, on behalf of IBM's customers.
Published By: Mediative
Published Date: Jan 14, 2008
More and more, companies are realizing the importance of creating a strong online presence both in the free organic search results and the paid advertisements that appear alongside those results. The tracking features of website logs and the measurability of pay-per-click ads enable marketers to monitor the traffic of their organic listings and the performance of their online advertising campaigns. However, it's comparatively more difficult to determine how the placement of those search listings and online ads affect consumer brand perceptions.