Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: Feb 13, 2015
En 2013, les dépenses en Display ont augmenté de 23 % dans le monde. Au cours de ces dernières années, nous avons constaté que les annonceurs consacrent une part de plus en plus importante de leur budget publicitaire au Display. Ceci leur permet de toucher une audience passant 96 % de son temps en ligne : sites d’information, e-mails, sites vidéo et réseaux sociaux. Après avoir consulté nos clients, nous nous sommes rendu compte qu'ils étaient extrêmement intéressés par le potentiel du Display et par la façon de mesurer leurs campagnes.
At Viavi Solutions® we’ve had the benefit of observing a number of hybrid cloud deployments up close. All sectors of IT users—from small to large enterprises, governmental groups, and even cloud service providers (CSPs) who themselves have begun to offer managed cloud services from third-party platforms—touch the hybrid cloud environment. CIOs, especially, face new challenges in deploying or expanding their enterprise presence in the cloud. This white paper examines four critical areas—migration, security, costs, and visibility—where CIOs can make major differences in the successful execution of hybrid cloud strategies. We’ve listed 20 fundamental questions CIOs can discuss with both their internal deployment groups and their external CSP/system integrator in preparation for a migration to or an expansion of hybrid cloud services.
Enterprise Marketing Management, or EMM, is a software
technology solution for marketing organizations that provides a comprehensive marketing platform for managing customer and prospect interactions throughout the customer lifecycle. Before introducing the IBM® Enterprise Marketing Management suite, here are some recent observations about today’s marketing environment that set the context in which IBM is seeking to meet the needs of marketers.
The practice of marketing is challenging these days because of the rise of the “empowered customer.” Today’s customers are well-informed, use other people as their primary information source, interact with companies through multiple channels, touch points and media, and want (but rarely get) a superior customer experience—and have outlets for venting frustration when they don’t get what they want.
In many enterprises, marketing is a multichannel effort that
includes a wide range of touch points. The touch points
range from websites and email promotions to traditional print
advertising, postal mail, and broadcast, and direct sales by phone and in-person sales teams. But too often, each channel works independently, accountable to its own objectives, unaware of the efforts and results made within other marketing channels. As a result, call centers speak to customers without knowing the
offers the customers previously accepted or rejected. In addition,
emails launch without reference to online promotions and
websites present messages that disregard their visitors’ previous contact history.
This Executive Brief explores the role of service and support in creating great customer experiences, the service goals market leaders use related to customer experience, the Oracle approach for empowering new service experiences, and how Oracle’s service solutions can help organizations create and manage their own great customer experiences across all channels, touchpoints, and devices.
Social-enabled contact centers leverage social interactions to build stronger relationships with customers, deliver consistent and relevant brand experiences across touch points, and better engage customers with employees and partners. There are 3 capabilities your company will need to be successful.
Research and analysis shows that 57 percent of B2B buying steps are completed before a buyer even connects with a salesperson. The role that the sales organization plays in B2B buying cycles has become even more critical. Consistency is necessary through every customer touch point and forms the basis for great customer experiences. In this executive strategy brief, we will explore customer experiences throughout the selling process, how sales must adapt in the age of the customer, and ways to improve sales performance that will positively impact the customer experience.
Chart your course with the latest trends.
Today, staying competitive requires mobile maturity—a maturity that transforms businesses from simply creating products to delivering amazing digital experiences. And mobile is at the center. We’ve analyzed the latest trends from mobile decision makers in the 2017 Adobe Mobile Maturity Study and share the findings in our report, Touching the Infinite.
Read the report to:
• Get the latest pulse of mobile marketing and relevant benchmarks for your mobile marketing investment
• See how the latest trends and best practices help you acquire and engage your mobile customers
• Learn how to transform your strategies around the latest mobile trends and tactics
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Dec 18, 2014
It’s not just about reducing travel... The value that video adds goes far beyond the removal of the need to travel. Video isn’t just in a ‘conference room’ – it’s wherever people choose to work. Use video for your next meeting to overcome the expectation that ongoing help and support is required. Hold your next external meeting over video to give it that personal touch.
In the world of the digital workspace, employees want to get access to apps and data, with one-touch single sign-on simplicity from any device, anywhere. This poses problems for organizations as they try to ensure security and control with contextual controls, such as device type, device posture, network location, and a host of other conditions.
Download this infographic to see how VMware Workspace™ ONE™ is the identity-powered solution your organization has been looking for.
Stronger, more consistent experiences along the customer journey will build loyalty and customer lifetime value. A strategic look at improving across touchpoints—Download the Whitepaper.
• Key touchpoints along the customer journey
• Strategies for driving integration between departments
• Examples and insights from leading companies
Published By: CrowdTwist
Published Date: Jan 09, 2018
In order for brands to build meaningful relationships with customers, they need to adopt an omnichannel strategy. A successful omnichannel loyalty program will connect customers to a brand across all touchpoints seamlessly. It will go beyond one-dimensional discounts, instead offering deeply personal and authentic customer experiences that will yield stronger engagement and higher spend among customers.
Learn how to:
- Extend customer touchpoints
- Leverage mobile insights
- Reward for social engagement
- Utilize data to drive personalization
With Windows 10, Microsoft introduces a consolidated operating system (OS) platform that changes how organizations treat the management of End-User Computing (EUC) environments. This new way of managing Windows is more closely aligned to the enterprise mobile management (EMM) based approaches found in mobile management tools today.
This whitepaper provides an overview of how Windows management evolved from a rigid and disruptive PC-centric approach to one offering a flexible and light-touch model. It will also delve into the specific management technologies that Windows 10 introduces, as well as leveraging conventional Windows management tools that are in use today.
Competition is fierce in today's economy and customers know this. They can easily search the Internet to find companies that sell similar products or services at competitive prices. That's why organizations need to differentiate themselves by providing personalized and rewarding service that leverages the unique value of all customer touch points. If done well, a company can transform customer service into a competitive advantage, and use it to turn a buyer into a customer for life.
One of the biggest dangers in establishing best practices for your contact center is to do so in isolation from your self-service stakeholders. Instead, all customer "touch-points" must be viewed as part of a continuum. Customer touch points include Web Self-Service, Interactive Voice Response, Contact Center Agents, and Face-to-Face transactions. By tracking the interplay between these, you can more easily identify meaningful key performance indicators.
To drive revenue, you have to first engage your audience. To engage your audience, you need to communicate in a relevant way with them. Well, in a time when people engage with brands across a wide variety of touchpoints, relevance has been redefined. Marketers who evolve their strategies to an Engaged Commerce approach have much to gain.
The buyer’s journey is constantly evolving, and it can be difficult to keep up with the ever-changing expectations of the consumer. With so many potential touch points between new website user and returning customer, it’s essential that your business be prepared every step of the way. The tools are there to help you –
set them up now to start recovering that lost revenue with relevant personalized marketing.
From browsing to carting to checkout to post-purchase, optimizing your business at every stage of the journey is critical to increasing your conversion rates, and ultimately, your profitability. If the path is too difficult to navigate or not relevant to consumers, you’ll quickly lose shoppers and find it nearly impossible to develop loyal fans of your brand. Get to know your customers, help them feel comfortable and confident about buying from you and do your best to earn a coveted spot as one of their favorite go-to shopping destinations.
Read this report by Forrester Research, Inc. for a better understanding of customer life-cycle marketing systems, a look at the landscape of CLCMS technology providers, and key recommendations for CMOs to prepare for and adopt these new but necessary tools.
Fragmentation of the customer journey, due to the growth of digital channels, platforms and content, has forced marketing to be more relevant and responsive. In this paper, Forrester calls on CMOs to adopt the customer life-cycle as a guiding framework and deploy “customer life-cycle marketing systems” (CLCMS). Learn more by downloading the report.
"It’s not a secret: Your prospects are learning about your products without your help. The hidden sales cycle has emerged over the past decade as the world has moved online. Before, the only way customers and prospects could get information about your products and services was by talking to you. Today, talking to you is the last thing they do. By the time they finally get in touch, most of them will have made their decisions. No more than ever, you must have a strategy in place to engage prospects anytime. Download: “Are you Taking Advantage of the Hidden Sales Cycle?” "
Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: Jan 07, 2015
Attribution models assign credit to some or all of the touchpoints that contribute to a conversion—such as impressions, clicks, web searches, and website visits.
Download this attribution guide today and we’ll outline some of the most common models used to measure display advertising and get to the bottom of how they may work for you.
To help data-driven marketers find better multi-touch strategies for understanding the full customer journey, allocating marketing budgets, and optimizing campaigns, we ran an in-depth survey of professional marketers in the US. Our findings should provide guidance on how to measure your campaign performance in the long and short term.
Published By: LiveHive
Published Date: May 26, 2016
Using a multi-touchpoint strategy with automated email and call scheduling, sales organizations can quickly reach more prospects to maximize outreach efforts and improve connection rates. Download LiveHive's latest eBook to learn the five essential elements needed to implement and manage an effective multi-touchpoint sales strategy.