Round-up of interim results from our analytics poll, on real world usage of analytics (especially in Financial Services). How does your usage compare?
With the votes coming in from our latest analytics poll, I thought we’d focus next on some case studies, of ways analytics is being used in other sectors (beyond Financial Services). It’s good to see active voting in that analytics poll. Hopefully participation will be high enough for me to publish at least interim results later this week. So vote now if you haven’t yet! Meanwhile, let’s look at what other.. Read More
This month we will focus more on analytics. Following last year’s analytics poll, concerning which software you use, this time we turn to the topic of what you do with it. Akin to the different interpretations of what “Customer Insight” means, I find different leaders focus on different types of analytics to guide their businesses. Even if we focus on analytics to inform marketing, there is a growing array of.. Read More
In today’s search for bigger & bigger Big Data, I fear metadata is getting overlooked. Put that way it sounds ironic. Given many organisations are almost desperate to mine their data assets for advantage, why would anyone intentionally overlook metadata? But in fact this is nothing new. Thinking back to when I successfully led my first data warehouse project in the 1990s, it was an uphill struggle to make progress.. Read More
How do Customer Experience leaders see the role of data? What common cause could Insight leaders have with their CX peers’ data needs? To help us answer that question, I’m delighted to welcome back guest blogger & friend of CustomerInsightLeader, Annette Franz. Here’s her perspective from a career spent shaping better customer experiences: What is big data? and how is it used to deliver a great customer experience? “Big data”.. Read More
Who’s made the mistake of buying apps or sexy analytics software just based on appearance? Go on, own up. I’m sure at one time or other, we have all succumbed to those impulse purchases. It’s the same with book sales. Although it should make no difference to the reading experience, an attractive cover does increase sales. But if that is the way you approach your IT spend, you’re heading for trouble… Read More
Another week, another conference, this time it was Big Data & Analytics for Insurance. To start, I was running a pre-conference workshop (as mentioned previously) on how Customer Insight can help mitigate Conduct Risks for insurers. Good to get active engagement from delegates and once more see how relevant analytics & research are to embedding best practice marketing that provides (as BAU) better outcomes for your customers. After that workshop.. Read More