By Steve Offsey Your company is now competing based on customer experience, but you're only capturing feedback from a quarter of your customers and tracking maybe 1 out of 2500 interactions. You know you need the right customer data analytics tools to discover customer journeys, understand customer behavior and provide your customers with a better experience. [...]
Expressing customer behaviors in SQL or other query languages is awkward, difficult to debug, and challenging to communicate and document. 'Thinking in journeys' is a new analytics approach built around customer behavior that fundamentally changes the way you'll think about customer analytics.
Traditional marketing analytics tools are not up to delivering the real-time, robust results CMOs demand today in order to be truly responsive to customer needs. This post explains why traditional marketing analytics tools often fail in a world where the volume, velocity and variability of data has dramatically transformed and what do do about it.