"The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is one of the nation’s most popular attractions, a Top 10 Zagat-rated Zoo, and a Top Zoo for Children according to Parent’s Magazine. Each year, more than 1.3 million people visit its 71-acre site, which is home to more than 500 animal and 3,000 plant species. Although the Zoo is a non-profit organization and is partially subsidized by Hamilton County, more than two thirds of its $26 million annual budgetis generated through its own fundraising
Banks have always benefited from customer information based on account activity and segmentation. With the advent of big data technologies, banks can understand their customers in greater depth and predict their needs by analyzing all available customer information.
You'll improve your marketing results when you target your messaging to segments, rather than blasting the same campaign out to all your prospects. Learn how to segment your prospects into groups with shared needs and concerns.
More than 80% of customers abandon their carts resulting in a whopping $18 billion in lost revenue every year.
Retailers that lack a strong, comprehensive cart recovery program are just leaving that revenue behind. This paper will examine what you need to look for in a cart recovery program.
What you’ll learn:
• How flexibility in choosing the number and time to send emails can increase engagement.
• What to look for in the segmentation and personalization of cart recovery emails.
• How A/B testing can take your cart recovery program to the next level.
Published By: SmartFocus
Published Date: Aug 25, 2015
Combining, streamlining and analyzing data is still the biggest single struggle for marketers. Most marketers can’t use data for simple offer based marketing, let alone sophisticated contextual marketing. Part 1 of our ‘Overcoming Marketing Challenges’ White Paper series discusses how data has become a barrier for many marketers and four data steps you can take to engage more successfully with your customers.
Published By: SmartFocus
Published Date: Aug 25, 2015
Email is a mature and relatively easy to use channel – but that still scares even the most successful marketers to deliver email campaigns that are truly successful. Part 2 of the Overcoming Marketing Challenges Series highlights areas to consider such as testing and optimization, as well as revealing the three D’s for creating a successful contextual email programme.
Published By: CrowdTwist
Published Date: Apr 16, 2018
In order for brands to compete and provide the level of personalization consumers have already come to expect, marketers need to work quickly to develop competencies around their abilities to collect contextual and anticipatory insight and meet customers in the moments that matter most to them.
Now is the time for marketers to invest in technology that supports data capture, segmentation, predictive analytics, and machine learning.
With these capabilities in place, brands should be on track to build rich first party profiles of customers across all channels and maximize customer lifetime value by creating relevant experiences at all stages of the customer lifecycle.
Marketing technology is the fuel on which modern marketing organizations run. As the marketing technology landscape rapidly expands, CMOs are desperately trying to keep up with an evolving stack. Technology is taking over marketing. Rather than detailing an exhaustive list of available technologies, this will present an overview of the current marketing technology landscape. It will include trends, challenges, and advice to marketing leaders navigating the turbulent and dynamic space.
Over the past few decades, marketing has evolved from a hunch-based and immeasurable practice to one driven by data, analytics, and software. Marketers now work with advanced software and myriad channels to identify new prospects. However, today’s marketers face new challenges. This guide will dive deep into those challenges, identify key trends, and introduce the concept of marketing intelligence.
Market expansions are a viable strategy when a company’s growth in an existing market has stalled. However, marketers often rely on intuition and qualitative data to inform decisions around market fit and size. In this whitepaper, marketing technology expert, David Raab, explores how the shift in data and predictive solutions streamlines the market expansion process. The paper will reveal 4 keys to a successful market expansion, common mistakes to avoid, and show marketers how to win customers in new market segments.
In the first instalment of this series, "Fight Marketing Fatigue Now," we discussed the challenge of improving relevancy and the varying degrees of personalization that exist within marketing organizations today. We made the case for a new approach, interactive one-to-one personalization. In this paper, we discuss how to achieve the related benefits including improved customer engagement, increased ROMI and measurable business value.
For retail executives and analysts, who are dissatisfied with siloed, black-box, inflexible CRM and analytics solutions, the Customer Intelligence Appliance (CIA) is an appliance-based solution, that provides an integrated multi-channel view of customers, best practice reporting, and customer behavior segmentation and analytics accelerators.
In a world of infinite choices, customer experience is the last true differentiator. The optimal shopping experience happens when the right content is presented to a customer at precisely the right time, no matter where they choose to engage. Read The Path of Experience to learn the critical capabilities needed to drive seamless commerce experiences that keep customers coming back for more.
Read the guide to learn:
• The role of dynamic merchandising in engaging customers
• Steps to create compelling customer experiences using audience segmentation and personalization
• Ways to scale customer experiences to create powerful connections, no matter the device or channel
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To manage this growing technology and business complexity, modern ERP is a must for distributors.
It’s needed due to:
• A need for multiple sales channels, both offline and digital
• Ever-growing product portfolios, including offerings that may be customized, complex or bundled
• The addition of value-added services, which could include assembly and labelling
• Pricing, rebates and the addition of incentives that could drive profitability
• Calculation and demand complexity, which increases the need for customer segmentation
Modern ERP is the driver of digital transformation for a distribution business. It can provide streamlined processes, centralize back office functions, allow new service offerings, and help in understanding profitability.