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Evaluating the Return on Investment of CX Analytics


by Kristin Bonazoli

In today’s digital environment, customers have come to expect superior and hassle-free online experiences requiring organizations to focus on creating exceptional cross-channel experiences to meet growing demands. The ability to better understand how and why customers interact across all digital properties is an essential component in delivering compelling and enriched customer experiences. Businesses that have adopted customer experience (CX) analytic solutions recognize the benefits of understanding customer behavior to assist in transforming digital channels to produce outstanding digital experiences. Although a detailed understanding of customers is important, being able to quantify and qualify both the financial costs and potential return on investment (ROI) of investing in and deploying a CX analytics solution involves a thorough analysis of the business benefits.


CX Analytics Drive Digital Transformation


by Steven Perry

As we begin a new year, now may be an ideal time for many online businesses to rethink their digital transformation initiatives.  With expectations continuing to grow in the digital marketplace, online marketers must be able to quickly understand the needs of customers across all digital journeys in effort to deliver exceptional cross-channel customer experiences and to stay ahead of the competition.  Developing a solid digital transformation strategy will give businesses the means to understand customers’ needs and empower them to deliver value that is aligned with the customer demands.


Improve Digital Intelligence to Transform your Business


by Steven Perry

As an online organization, you understand the necessity of embracing digital transformation to promote engagements and readily respond to your customers’ evolving needs and expectations. Central to this pivotal shift is the ability to improve your digital intelligence and gain the actionable insight required to execute transformative initiatives that are based on a true understanding of your customers’ behaviors, journeys and experiences – empowering you to deliver value across your business that is aligned with customer expectations and demands.


Infuse More Intelligence into Marketing Campaigns with Watson Customer Experience Analytics


by Steven Perry

Achieving increased added intelligence from customer behavior and applying it to automated marketing campaigns is every marketers goal. With Watson Campaign Automation (WCA), you already know you are delivering impactful campaigns by leveraging its insights and capabilities. By infusing AI-powered Watson Customer Experience Analytics (WCXA), you can inject even more intelligence into your marketing campaigns with deep customer insights that will produce improved segmentation and better yields.


Enhance Customer Journeys with Customer Insights using Watson CXA


by Steven Perry

All too often, many customers experience frustration in their digital online journeys. Such as a poor online check out process, a link that doesn’t direct you to the appropriate information or an invalid coupon code. All can lead to abandon carts or ignored marketing campaigns that, in the end, result in disappointed customers and marketers.

About this blog

This blog provides insight and tips on Customer Experience Analytics, especially in the usage of Acoustic Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) and Acoustic Analytics (CXA) to optimize web and mobile experience.

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