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Packard Bell Uses Cross-Channel Communications to Increase Average Customer Value by Fifty Percent

Case Study Published By: Neolane, Inc.
Neolane, Inc.
Published:  Dec 30, 2008
Type:  Case Study
Length:  2 pages

Packard Bell implements targeted customer loyalty program to strengthen its brand and inspire repeat purchases. With strong roots in the consumer PC industry, Packard Bell has expanded its focus to embrace a successful digital entertainment strategy, manufacturing a range of media products for television and wireless networking. Packard Bell and Neolane were recipients of the 2007 NCDM Database Excellence Award for Multichannel Marketing Achievements.



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neolane, customer loyalty program, customer service, packard bell, repeat purchases, crm software, custom content, deliverability, e-commerce, email marketing, emerging marketing, international marketing, lead generation, rich media