In today’s world, data is everywhere. It’s easier than ever to collect data, and there is an ever-expanding collection of platforms on which to record it. But gleaning insights and making business decisions off of data that is represented in rows and columns is archaic and inadvisable. That is why many business use dashboards to visualize their data in different ways, allowing decision-makers to spot trends and patterns more quickly and clearly than through simple spreadsheets. There is no business or industry that can’t benefit from visualizing their data, but Manufacturers are the one group that can’t survive without it. For manufacturers churning out hundreds of thousands of products per day, a 0.5% change in operations could potentially mean a savings or cost of thousands—or even millions—of dollars.
IN LAS VEGAS – It’s a sure bet that there are data geeks and marketing hipsters everywhere in Vegas for the three-day The National Center for Data-Driven Marketing (NCDM) conference presented by DMA from December 9 – December 11, 2013. The hot topic is Big Data and Thad Kahlow, CEO of BusinessOnline speaks about how to account for marketing ROI across all channels.
BusinessOnline CEO Thad Kahlow recently talked Marketing Attribution at SES San Francisco with Premal Shah, VP of strategy, Chango and Bryan Eisenberg as moderator. Below is recent coverage by Matt Kapko of Clickz. SAN FRANCISCO – When marketers are in a moment of candidness, they might repeat a phrase all too familiar to those who exert […]
Forrester Research Analyst Tina Moffett and BusinessOnline VP of Analytics Rob Cataford discuss the challenges faced by BtoB businesses with long lead cycles and the importance of Marketing Attribution. Tina and Rob share how to choose the best attribution model for your business, what types of resources may be needed, and demo six scenarios using Adobe […]