Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Jun 13, 2017
In this interactive document, we present the key results from the IBM Institute for Business Value’s recent report “Redefining Markets: Insights from the Global C-suite Study – The CMO perspective,” and examine how IBM and SAP can help CMOs meet the challenges of marketing in a digital world.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Sep 25, 2017
Industry convergence is collapsing the barriers between formerly distinct industries. According to “Redefining Connections: Insights from the Global C-suite Study – The CIO Perspective,” produced by the IBM Institute for Business Value, CIOs believe this is the biggest trend transforming the business arena.
With the advent of big data, organizations worldwide are
attempting to use data and analytics to solve problems previously
out of their reach. Many are applying big data and analytics
to create competitive advantage within their markets, often
focusing on building a thorough understanding of their
High-priority big data and analytics projects often target
customer-centric outcomes such as improving customer loyalty
or improving up-selling. In fact, an IBM Institute for Business
Value study found that nearly half of all organizations with active
big data pilots or implementations identified customer-centric
outcomes as a top objective (see Figure 1).1 However, big data
and analytics can also help companies understand how changes
to products or services will impact customers, as well as address
aspects of security and intelligence, risk and financial management,
and operational optimization.
High-priority big data and analytics projects often target customer-centric outcomes such as improving customer loyalty or improving up-selling. In fact, an IBM Institute for Business Value study found that nearly half of all organizations with active big data pilots or implementations identified customer-c entric outcomes as a top objective (see Figure 1).1 However, big data and analytics can also help companies understand how changes to products or services will impact customers, as well as address aspects of security and intelligence, risk and financial management, and operational optimization.
Redefining Markets: Insights from the Global C-suite Study – The CMO perspective
This report draws on input from the 5,247 C-suite executives (CxOs) who participated in our latest C-suite Study. We now have data from more than 28,000 interviews stretching back to 2003. Here, we focus on the perspectives of Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs).
Restoring connections: How telecommunications providers can reboot the customer experience
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Join us for a 60-minute webinar to discover how how other companies are successfully creating advocates out of their employees and help them to better understand their corporation's key messages through the use of new and exciting technologies.
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Business leaders are now facing a host of new challenges and opportunities associated with their workforces. On one hand, the demographics of their workforce are changing with a new type of employees coming on-board. At the same time, the nature of the employee relationships are rapidly changing. This session will focus on recent research from the IBM Institute for Business Value about how to make sense of these workforce changes and take actions that will benefit your organization.
Join this virtual discussion between industry thought leaders to learn how to:
Separate the myths from realities related to the Millennial workforce.
Understand the value provided by alternative work arrangements and the independent worker.
Identify opportunities for your organizations to better adapt to these shifts within the workforce.
Cloudy with a chance of mishap: How weather insights can help insurers manage risk and drive client value
This executive report identifies opportunities for insurance companies to use weather data as an important asset in both managing operational and financial risks, as well as improving customer relationships. It also explores how companies can start using weather data in their day-to-day operations and considers future directions in the use of weather-related information for insurers.
IBM has a unique position in the marketplace, with cognitive platforms and services, industry-specific offerings and expert consulting to support electronics companies.
To understand how the electronics industry is applying cognitive computing to manufacturing, the IBM Institute for Business Value surveyed 140 electronics executives around the world and across all industry subsectors. We found that a core group of early adopters has kicked off a new generation of production success with cognitive manufacturing and show greater returns on investment (ROI) with increased productivity. Our analysis answers some important questions.
Our webinar discusses the findings of the latest IBM Institute for Business Value study - based on a survey of 12,000 consumers in 24 countries. Our findings focus on the 3 essentials of retaining customers: customer knowledge, customer value and customer engagement. In this one hour webinar, you will hear how one of the nation's leading insurers implements these findings.
As a precursor to the IBM Global Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Study to be published later in 2011, the Economist Intelligence Unit, in cooperation with the IBM Institute for Business Value, conducted an online survey of nearly 300 executives to assess which trends are impacting CMOs and how CMOs are responding to today's complex business environment.
In its "Restoring Connections" paper based on research of telecommunications firms, IBM ‘s top ranked Institute for Business Value identified actions CSPs can take to reset customer experience and build brand loyalty through innovative, compelling, personalized services based on deep customer insight. Join us as we discuss how to leverage network and subscriber data to create unique customer profiles, personalize engagement, and improve marketing offers.
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