For banks, mining data from social media can be a significant way to gain insights into customer mindsets and behavior, but effectively and accurately capturing and processing this unstructured data to gain useful customer insight requires sophisticated tools and advanced analytics.
As marketers the world over share conflicting stories of social triumph and trial in the pages of leading industry pubs, rumors run rampant across this largely uncharted marketing territory. We’re busting 5 major social marketing myths that have made their way into mainstream marketing lore, and revealing proven facts and strategies to help guide your social efforts and execution.
While most business is digital, and business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions – and the work that supports them -- are almost entirely digitized, most organizations still rely on paper for the “last foot” of the process – the sign-off. Continued reliance on paper-based signature is fraught with risks, including impeding productivity, reducing visibility, hampering compliance, and diminishing the customer experience. Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
Read this Forbes Insights piece to learn:
• How an easy implementation of e-signatures can improve productivity and reduce busywork for your sales team
• How improve customer experiences and ease of business with e-signatures increases the likelihood of renewal and retention
• How e-signatures easily integrate into your existing sales tools, for seamless pr
Marketers need an attribution model that offers accuracy, transparency, and flexibility in attributing credit to the many online and offline marketing channels and campaign they fund.
This paper describes the specific challenges that marketing organizations face and the approach they need to take to improve results going forward. Identify the "buying journeys" of your customers and collect the insight needed to maximize your marketing budget.
Published By: Brandwatch
Published Date: Aug 23, 2016
As the consumer technology industry continues to grow and innovate, it becomes difficult for brands to stay at pace with expectations of their customers. Social media intelligence offers brands the ability to acquire important insights about both consumers and the market. This report summarizes key benchmarks and provides important insights regarding the state of social among the consumer technology industry.
The essential bridge between an organization and its customers is the workforce. The ability to engage, develop, recognize and support employees will be critical in the decisive battle for customer loyalty. It is employees who represent the organization's brand in the market, who interact with customers on a daily basis, who analyze changes in customer preferences and who develop and maintain the technologies that help connect the physical and digital worlds. And, therefore, a motivated and properly prepared workforce will be indispensable for success in the customer-activated world.
Watch this webcast to learn:
• Key CHRO insights from the Global C-Suite Study
• Three workforce challenges for HR in a customer-driven world
• Three actions HR can take with real-life examples
Companies are always looking for ways to determine just how effective and capable candidates can be in the workplace before they start. On paper, candidates have indicated that they can code in Python and Java or can resolve any customer service problem, but how do their skill sets compare with internal success standards, let alone everyday coding or service expectations? That’s where pre-hire assessments can be so valuable. They provide extensive insights into candidates’ skill sets, strengths, struggles, ideal working environments, and more. Top companies understand just how worthwhile such a resource is for making informed hiring decisions. In fact, Best-in-Class organizations are 45% more likely than All Others to use pre-hire assessments as part of the hiring process. Greater insights about candidates can be a game changer for the future success of any company.
While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all pre-hire assessment approach to fit in with every company’s talent acquisition pr
Smart organizations are consistently looking for ways to determine just how effective and capable candidates can be in the workplace. Sure, these candidates have said they can solve this algorithm or resolve that customer problem, but how do they stack up with internal success standards? That's why pre-hire assessments are valuable - they provide extensive insights into candidates' skill sets, pain points, ideal working environments, and more. Such information can then be used to make more informed hiring decisions that can be a game changer for the future success of any company.
Schneider Electric is integrating datacenter infrastructure management (DCIM) software, big-data analytics and cloud services into the management of customers’ datacenters. Its recently launched StruxureOn cloud offering signals a new wave in datacenter operations, using a combination of machine learning, anomaly detection and event-stream playback to give operators real-time insights and alarming via their smartphones.
More capabilities and features are planned, including predictive analysis and, eventually, automated action. Schneider’s long-term strategy is to build a partner ecosystem around StruxureOn, and provide digital services that span its traditional datacenter business.
Please join us for an in-depth discussion of the latest data and analytics capabilities that banks are using today to uncover new customer insight - at the individual level - to improve offers and cross sell, optimize campaigns and deliver profitable revenue. The discussion will explore how leading banks are employing predictive analysis on customer data not often analyzed - like individual transactions, interactions, behavior and social media. See how banks can move beyond traditional segmentation and enable marketing to the "Segment of One."
Published By: Gleanster
Published Date: Nov 10, 2011
This Gleansight benchmark report is based on the experiences of 387 companies and includes the following sections: Reasons to Implement, Challenges, Value Drivers, Core Technologies and Success Story. It also includes a Vendor Landscape with descriptions, rankings and analysis of 39 solution providers.
Social intelligence is being increasingly used today to describe the next rung on the evolutionary ladder of listening to and acting upon consumer conversation on the social web. That rung maps to a number of technology innovations. Chief among them are improved capabilities around analyzing and integrating all sources of voice-of-the-customer data to generate more actionable insights. Social intelligence also speaks to an emerging corporate mindset regarding the strategic importance of social data and the need to better capitalize upon it. This Gleansight benchmark report reveals how Top Performers are achieving success when it comes to the incessant quest to extract customer insights and take actions that ultimately translate into revenue growth, cost reduction, risk reduction and relationship enhancement.
Learn what criteria distinguished certain companies as top performers within the SMB sector, the factors to consider when assessing your organization's BI competency and the required actions to achieve best-in-class performance.
Because all processes should be aligned to customer metrics, process improvement is an important goal for organizations in every industry. This paper illustrates the impact analytics can make on business processes through real-world examples based on IBM client experiences, and describes the steps organizations can take to refine quality, warranty, financial, inventory and other processes that are essential to achieving operational excellence.
With a wealth of information readily available online, consumers are now better able to compare products, services and prices—even as they shop in physical stores. When consumers interact with retailers publicly through social media, they have greater power to influence other customers or damage a brand. These and other changes in the retail industry are creating important opportunities for retailers. But to capitalize on those opportunities, retailers need ways to collect, manage and analyze a tremendous volume, variety and velocity of data.
Identify the most important inflection points along your customer journey from curious newcomers to brand loyalists. In this Retail Brief, learn the 10 most important loyalty moments of truth — and offer a few guidelines for getting them right.
On any given day, you can ask every passenger on any given airliner what fare they’ve paid, and you’re likely to get as many different answers as the number of passengers willing (and able) to tell you. This plethora of fares is a product of complex revenue management systems evolved by airlines to optimize seat revenues. But is the current system of management the revenue endgame? Or is there an opportunity to look beyond traditional accept-or-reject decisions to build a more customer-centric revenue management system — one that builds on new customer insights to drive management decisions and uncover new sources of revenue?
The way companies listen and react to customers through social channels is crucial for businesses today. Social data is raw, real, uniquely insightful and the most authentic representative that marketers have seen in many years. Companies have the opportunity to take rich data and truly learn, understand and engage customers better than they ever have before. Hear how companies like General Motors are using Social Command Centers to improve their customer experience interactions and drive product innovations.
Adobe strives to help marketers not only collect and analyze data, but to turn data into relevant actions that reach customers in personal ways. Forrester has gathered the trends of big data and rich data to give you a sense of how they'll be used differently in 2014.
Published By: ForgeRock
Published Date: Mar 10, 2015
In the modern age, customers are in control of when, where, and how they consume information. In this environment, customer-focused companies strive to make their content available to an ever-growing number of connected users and devices on a much larger scale than ever before, and to gather as much data and insight from these interactions as possible. To achieve this securely, companies need identity and access management (IAM) platforms that are adaptable, scalable, responsive, and high velocity— not typical characteristics of employee-facing IAM, but all too typical of other systems of engagement. This species of solution is worthy of a unique name: identity relationship management (IRM).
Today companies are striving to provide a more customer-centric experience. Being able to understand and predict customer behavior can help forge a lasting, profitable relationship between customers and your company.
How can you gain the insights you need to build stronger relationships with customers and improve your business results this holiday season? Read this ebook and discover how 10 leading companies are gaining deeper insight into their customers, enabling them to provide personalized experiences that engage customers across channels, increase conversions and drive revenue. Find out how they’ve harnessed the power of customer understanding and analytics to drive business results.