Customer Intelligence Trends To Watch In 2011
CI Professionals Are Fighting Wars On Multiple Fronts In Order To Evolve
November 4, 2010
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As Customer Intelligence (CI) matures, CI professionals must adapt how they capture, integrate and manage, analyze, and apply knowledge about their customers. As we look ahead to 2011, we expect CI professionals to extend their data capture initiatives beyond traditional sources, making the integration and management of data increasingly complex. At the same time, the demand for insight — not just data — in real time creates a challenge but also a huge opportunity to extend the value of Customer Intelligence throughout the enterprise. Leading CI professionals who evolve and adapt to these trends will quickly find themselves at the nexus of the business.
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