Retailers who can identify their customers and deliver hyperpersonalized engagement on any channel are the ones thriving in this new age of retail. As the old model of inventory-led retail becomes obsolete, forward-thinking marketers deliver a new generation of shopping experiences with a common focus: the individual consumer.
In our Personalization Handbook for Retail Marketers, we’ll provide a toolset of proven strategies and technologies to help marketers leverage personalization for longterm wins such as increased customer loyalty, spending frequency and lifetime value. Starting things off, we’ll discuss why hyper-personalization is the only constant in today’s rapidly changing retail landscape.
When building an employee engagement survey, one question outweighs all others: How can the results be made as actionable as possible? This white paper explores new approaches being leveraged by enterprises today.
Differentiation through customer experience. That’s the number one way retailers who answered Econsultancy’s Digital Trends report plan to compete this year. And many think mobile and virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) devices are the tools to help get the job done.
Read the Econsultancy report, Digital Intelligence Briefing: 2017 Digital Trends in Retail, and learn:
How retailers around the world rate their digital experience abilities
Where they’ll prioritize digital investments, and why mobile tops the list
Why they said VR and AR are the most exciting engagement strategies
Datacenter improvements have thus far focused on cost reduction and point solutions. Server consolidation, cloud computing, virtualization, and the implementation of flash storage capabilities have all helped reduce server sprawl, along with associated staffing and facilities costs. Converged systems — which combine compute, storage, and networking into a single system — are particularly effective in enabling organizations to reduce operational and staff expenses. These software-defined systems require only limited human intervention. Code imbedded in the software configures hardware and automates many previously manual processes, thereby dramatically reducing instances of human error. Concurrently, these technologies have enabled businesses to make incremental improvements to customer engagement and service delivery processes and strategies.
Online video’s explosive growth has created tremendous new opportunities for engaging
customers and developing new revenue streams. But despite the fact that video is becoming
increasingly central to many online business strategies, many publishers still lack the tools and
data to understand what factors are important in keeping their audiences engaged.
In this whitepaper, we present data from the first ever large-scale scientific study that shows how
video performance quality affects viewer behavior. The results help to shed light on important
considerations that can help businesses craft a successful online video strategy – boosting their
business bottom line and ultimately reaping the rewards of online video’s vast potential.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Sep 30, 2019
According to UN data, close to 20 percent of Australia and New Zealand’s population will be over age 65 by 2030, with many still active in the labor market. How can you ensure high employee engagement in your increasingly multi-generational workforce?
Read this whitepaper to learn the differences in work styles among generations—and how the right strategies and technology can help keep everyone engaged, motivated, and productive.
ENGAGE AND SATISFY FINANCIAL SERVICES CUSTOMERS
In order to stay relevant and retain today’s “always-on”, mobile customers, financial institutions must prioritize and innovate. According to a recent Akamai FinServ industry survey conducted by TechValidate, almost half of the respondents are “behind” or “slightly behind” their peers with regard to their mobile capabilities.
Download a free report with detailed findings and takeaways from the survey to find out how to maximize customer acquisition, increase retention, and drive card usage. You’ll also learn:
- Current mobile strategies and barriers to adoption
- The right metrics to measure success
- The most important factors in a mobile banking experience
Published By: Lumeris
Published Date: Aug 04, 2014
Providers need new engagement strategies and workflows, such as those offered by Lumeris, which empower consumers to make educated health choices and become partners in their own wellness. In turn, patients need the right support from their providers, in innovative, high-touch forms, so they can make the right health care and financial choices for themselves and their families. Lumeris offers five strategies for effective consumer engagement, as well as the high-touch, technological know-how to activate patients.
In this report, we delve into the way Dairy brands reach Fans and prospects on social media, examining what kinds of posts they make and seeing what Fans respond to most, to help your brand optimize your content for maximum engagement.
Published By: Evariant
Published Date: Nov 14, 2016
Changing healthcare market forces, such as value-based care models, consolidation, and payer mix erosion, have propagated declining margins and fueled hyper-competition among healthcare organizations vying for market share. In this new world, determining effective patient engagement strategies has become paramount for hospitals and health systems as they strive to acquire, retain, and re-activate patients, and, ultimately, drive revenue. Now, more than ever, it is critical that healthcare organizations create and maintain positive, lasting relationships with their patients, both current and prospective, working to attract them into their network and keep them there.
Pricing matters and engagements accurately and profitably poses a challenge to many firms. However, developing effective pricing strategies has become more important than ever, as clients demand more transparency and alternative fee arrangements become more popular.
Technology can help law firms develop both tactical and strategic approaches to pricing.
Download this ebook from Intapp, a leading provider of business applications for professional services firms, to learn how an AI-enabled approach to pricing can help your firm:
• Price matters more accurately and profitably
• Scope and resource matters to ensure better margins
• Monitor engagements as they proceed and track budget to actuals
• Improve client relationships with more transparency, accountability, and success
The number of employees still engaged after their first six months on the job is roughly 40%. As the workplace continues to evolve, it’s more important than ever to develop an engagement strategy that will combat the fatigue you’ll see among the other 60% of your employees. You can’t rely on 20th-century strategies for 21st-century challenges. Download our article to learn the top 6 workplace trends you’ll experience in 2015, as well as best practices to follow to drive engagement.
Marketing organizations are often limited in their ability to progress marketing tactics from single channel to cross-channel and real-time customer engagement. While marketing organizations might have a robust customer engagement strategy in place, often times there is a gap between their strategy and their ability to execute, with the right personalization and context that customers prefer. Over 62 percent of customers are always-on and readily addressable, but marketers aren’t implementing the right strategies to reach them.
This eBook discusses data-driven marketing tactics that can help marketers mind the gap – bridging customer strategy and ability to execute, with the right personalization and context that customers prefer.
Many hospitals are implementing patient engagement strategies to help improve care outcomes and engaging financially with patients can also yield significant benefits for patients and providers. Financial patient engagement includes educating and communicating with patients at every point in the revenue cycle – pre-service, point of service and post-service – to facilitate higher collections and help improve patient satisfaction. Because these points in the revenue cycle stretch across many departments such as patient access, financial services, call centers and third-party collection agencies, a single, integrated solution that connects all parties involved and provides comprehensive data is critical.
Approximately 79% of customers seeking customer service and support wish it were easier and more convenient to obtain.*
Read the new Customer Service Workbook to discover industry tips and best practices for bringing efficiency and profitability to order management while freeing up your CSRs to:
• Process orders quicker with fewer errors
• Carry out customer engagement strategies
• Manage order volumes at current staffing levels
• Increase customer loyalty
Published By: Keynote
Published Date: Apr 23, 2014
In the world of digital interactions, the margin between success and disengagement or abandonment is measured in milliseconds. With the exploding adoption of advanced smartphones and tablets, you need a mobile-first approach to engaging with customers and employees. And as your mobile initiatives are delivered at increasingly rapid rates, the quality and reliability of the mobile apps, mobile web and connected services that support them has become critically important.
For the technology teams delivering customer and employee services in the mobile channel, it is important to understand that performance monitoring solutions which work for the desktop cannot be simply applied to mobile. Managing the mobile end user experience requires an understanding of the challenges posed by the complexities of the mobile environment. This paper will reveal the 4 pillars of mobile performance, plus offer strategies for accurately monitoring mobile end user experience so you can continuously improve.
Join Mitel and industry experts on this webcast and learn how Mitel is helping SMBs deliver a seamless experience for their mobile customers through cloud. Topics to be covered in this event:
• Why today’s technology fails to deliver the experience you want for your customers
• What you should expect and receive from your cloud communication provider now and in the future
• The impact of the mobile consumer on small and medium business customer engagement strategies
• How consumer expectations have changed the workforce
Moderator: Elliot Markowitz, Director, Content Marketing Services, Madison Logic
B2B transactions are no longer driven by sales. At least not during the first half of the engagement process. Research shows that more than half of the product and solution information gathering has been done online before a prospect even talks to someone in sales.
B2B-Transaktionen werden nicht mehr ausschließlich vom Vertrieb vorangetrieben.
Zumindest nicht in der ersten Hälfte des Kaufprozesses. Umfragen haben ergeben, dass mehr als die Hälfte der Informationssammlung zu Produkten und Lösungen online bereits stattgefunden hat, bevor jemand mit dem Vertrieb spricht.
Modern Marketing Taktiken helfen Ihnen nicht nur die Interessen einer Person zu verstehen, sondern zeigen Ihnen auch, nach welchen Informationen sie sucht. So können Sie den entsprechenden Content auf dem Kanal ihrer Wahl anbieten.
Performance management works hand-in-hand with every phase of the employee lifecycle: learning and development, succession, and even recruiting. Creating a true performance management culture drives employee engagement and retention as well as your bottom line.
Download "The True Cost of Not Having Performance Management" to learn how to make the case to execs that investing in performance management drives growth.
This brief will uncover:
• How smarter recruiting leads to more impactful workers
• Strategies for connecting performance to learning
• How to create a development plan that matches to performance goals
Download the brief to see more proven solutions for building a strong performance management culture!
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Our portfolio of live events, online and print publishing, business intelligence and professional development brands are centred on the complexities of technology convergence. Operating in 42 different countries, we have developed a unique global knowledge and networking platform, which is trusted by over 30,000 ICT, engineering and technology professionals.
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