White Paper: InfoTrellis
With technologies like Customer 360 and Mobile Device Management (MDM), you can obtain an accurate assessment of customers by extracting customer details from all possible data sources.
Customer data management is becoming more complex than ever. Hence, it is recommended to choose the right technology for the most comprehensive view of the customer and to integrate the data within the various technologies.
Read more about MDM and Customer 360 in this report that includes:
1. The Purpose of MDM and Customer 360.
2. The Benefits of Customer 360.
3. The biggest challenges in developing a 360-degree view of the customer.
4. The Challenges of Unstructured Interaction Data.
By: Intersec Group
The advent of open‐source technologies fueled big data initiatives with the intent to materialize new business models. The goal of big data projects often revolves around solving problems in addition to helping drive ROI and value across a business unit or entire organization. It’s often difficult to launch a big data project quickly due to competing business priorities; the myriad of technology choices available as well as, the sheer size, volume, and velocity of data. Key questions from this whitepaper: What are the common questions and challenges that the operators are facing when starting a Big Data project? What are the best practices to avoid being trapped in the ever‐lasting big data project that fails to generate any revenue? Should the big data project be carried out by the IT department or should it be led by a dedicated organization, under a new function like a Chief Data Officer, distinct from traditional IT?
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