2017

4 Problems A Customer Data & Engagement Platform Solves for Retailers

Consumer sentiment is clear: the current loyalty model is not working. There is an expectation that brands will engage with customers in a highly personalized manner at the time and channel of the customer’s preference. And despite knowing this expectation exists, most companies are nowhere near delivering on it. This is in part due to many of these offending companies lacking the technological resources to adequately address customer demands. Fear not though retailers--we understand your plight, and are happy to tell you there is a solution: the customer data and engagement platform. In this post, we’re breaking down four problems a customer data and engagement platform solves for retailers.

2017

How to Forge Stronger Customer Relationships through Smarter Engagement

Consumers demand personalized, relevant experiences. Marketers know they have to deliver or risk losing business to competitors and leaving significant money on the table. And yet, many brands continue to struggle to orchestrate customer interactions across channels or understand the customer journey. In this post, we’ll address those challenges by taking a closer look at how smarter engagement can help brands forge stronger customer relationships.  

2017

4 Customer Data Management Use Cases for Sports Teams

Sports teams are collecting a ton of customer data from all types of channels. However, putting that data to action is a major challenge for many of them. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at how an advanced customer data management solution can help address some of the most common limitations holding sports teams back from achieving a single customer view to deliver personalized engagements at the moment of impact. Keep reading to understand four customer data management use cases specific to the sports the industry.

2017

5 Customer Data Management Use Cases for Hotels

The hospitality industry faces several challenges due to a lack of unified, actionable data. Alas, this means no delivering real-time offers during a guest’s stay or sending a customized survey shortly after checkout. Happily though, the days of marketers forced to rely on IT teams to achieve their customer data and engagement initiatives can be put in the past thanks to a burgeoning category of technology called Customer Data Platforms, which were designed to solve that exact problem (plus so many others!). Want to learn more? Keep reading to learn five CDP use cases for the hospitality industry!

2017

5 Customer Data Platform Use Cases for Quick Service Restaurants

The quick service restaurant industry is up against a mounting number of challenges from greater costs and lower margins to consumer demands for higher quality, more options and increased expectations for how they interact and engage with brands. It’s no easy feat to deliver that one-of-a-kind customer experience that consumers have come to expect in an omnichannel world, especially when many QSRs are stuck with legacy technology that limits their ability to gain a single view of the customer and deliver personalized engagements on the right channel at the moment of impact. Here’s the good news though: the birth of a new category of technology--the Customer Data Platform (CDP)--is making it possible for brands to execute all that and then some. Not a believer? Keep reading to learn five CDP use cases for quick service restaurants!