In this webcast, Stephen Oar from Sage SalesLogix provides an overview of advanced analytics solutions built on the Spotfire platform and shares key drivers for actionable insight delivered through cross-functional CRM dashboards.
Aberdeen: Customer Loyalty 2012: Enabling Technologies for Customer Engagement, Conversion and Retention
The report will show how leading organizations put technology at the forefront of their loyalty initiatives, and the impact of these technologies on customer satisfaction, retention, and re-activation.
Aberdeen Group's research confirms that companies which invest in predictive analytics out preform those who don't in key marketing metrics.
With Spotfire you can seize new business opportunities and avoid risk with unmatched speed and flexibility using interactive dashboards, visualizations, and predictive and event-driven analytics on any device.
James Kobielus of Forrester Research shares how advanced, in-memory analytics help to retain and grow customer relationships, create consistent cross-channel experiences, and achieve greater operational CRM efficiencies.
Many think that step changes in the volume of data being stored and processed, as well as in new technologies, alter the approach to data access. The reality is that the same basic questions need to be asked whenever you consider working with any data source.
The main changes in TIBCO Spotfire 7.5 is a seemingly simple architecture change. This document focuses on what is important for custom and external authentication in this new Spotfire environment.
In this webcast, Syed Mahmood demonstrates how the Spotfire empowers marketing professionals to derive insights from their customer data to devise value-based strategies and retain profitable customers.
In this whitepaper, IDC Manufacturing Insights identifies the business challenges that consumer package manufacturers face and how IT investments can allow them to address those challenges. We examine the way that business intelligence and big data and analytics can provide consumer package manufacturers with the consumer insight they need to better serve their retail customers and consumers.
In this webcast, Benjamin Spiegel will demonstrate how Catalyst combines its proprietary eShelf Engine™ technology with Spotfire analytics and interactive visualizations to deliver deep insights to the competitive positioning of products on online retail shelves.
TIBCO Spotfire is the premier data discovery and analytics platform, which provides powerful capabilities for our customers, such as dimension-free data exploration through interactive visualizations, and data mashup to quickly combine disparate data to gain insights masked by data silos or aggregations.
Procter & Gamble’s groundbreaking Business Sphere enables the Company to be rapidly responsive to changes in the marketplace and uncover new opportunities to improve the lives of consumers. Business Sphere—built and powered by P&G’s Global Business Services (GBS)—is a visually immersive data environment that transforms decision-making at P&G by harnessing real-time business information from around the globe.
Les fabricants de produits grand public bénéficient depuis longtemps d’un accès aux informations clients grâce aux données collectées sur les points de vente, aux promotions commerciales et aux stratégies traditionnelles de vente et de marketing. Par ailleurs, les fabricants d’aujourd’hui étudient de nouvelles méthodes pour comprendre et capter les consommateurs afin d’accroître le succès de leurs produits sur le marché et maintenir la puissance de leurs marques.
Spotfire Case Study: Cisco Leverages Data Discovery and Visualization for Sales & Marketing Advantage
In this webcast, Justin Welsh of Cisco Systems shares how Spotfire analytics helps to drive multichannel CRM initiatives for more consistent customer experiences and greater operational efficiencies.
Information on Spotfire administration and deployment capabilities, architecture, data connection, security, scaleability, administration, and performance.
In the first several years in Europe, Yakult sales grew steadily, but suddenly, after competitors began to enter the market, there was an extraordinary sales increase. The company wanted to know why.