Use Customer Analytics To Get Personal
Analytically Driven Personalization Increases Retention And Return
February 17, 2012
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Companies personalize products, offers, content, and communications for a variety of reasons — to treat customers uniquely, to make them feel special, and to encourage them to spend more. Firms rely on various analytical methods, including recommendation engines, business rules, and collaborative filtering, to make personalization work across inbound and outbound customer interactions. This report highlights how customer analytics should serve as the foundation for personalization efforts across channels.
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