Data & Analytics

Competitive pressures are increasing for marketers today as customer demands and preferences constantly shift. There is increasingly less margin for decision-making error. Meanwhile, torrents of data are flowing from a broadening array of sources that bring huge potential to improve how companies operate and their ability to turn insights into action. Nearly all businesses see value in data and measurement but only a few are fully harnessing its potential to contribute directly and substantially to business results ranging from greater decision-making speed, flexibility, and customer understanding, to improved ROI, profitability, and marketing credibility. 

when

Start: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 11:00am

End: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 2:00pm

WHERE

Virtual Event (Eastern Time)

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Agenda

LEVERAGING ANALYTICS TO ENHANCE CONSUMER EXPERIENCE 
Driving product strategy and enhancing the customer experience is a critical area for marketers using data analytics to uncover necessary insights for driving growth. In this session the lead analytic data engineer for Cox will discuss how text analytics for technical support calls relating to self installations help to cluster issue topics in order to identify commonly accruing keywords that provide key insights and pain points marketers can use to better handle the overall customer journey.

Jane Li 
Lead, Analytic Data Engineering and Science
Cox Communications
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BUILDING STRONG GOVERNANCE: HOW JOHNSON & JOHNSON APPROACHES DATA COMPLIANCE AND BRAND SAFETY

Helping consumers to lead healthier lives has always been the mission of health care companies. That responsibility is emphasized during compromised health and economic times. J&J discusses the evolution of its approach to data governance and brand safety. The California Consumer Privacy Act, Google’s ‘phase out’ of 3rd party cookies, and questions around what federal privacy legislation would look like are just a few of the more recent developments. All have brought about new ways of working, areas of focus, and conversation on how to ensure preparedness.

Mark Proulx
Senior Manager, Marketing Data Compliance & Brand Safety
Johnson & Johnson
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UNDERSTANDING TODAY'S CONSUMERS WITH QUALITY DATA
Nearly 85% of customers say being treated as a person not a number is important to winning their business, while 90% of marketers claim to rely on data to deliver personalized experiences to customers and prospects. But many marketers are missing the mark due to their overreliance on bad data, including relying on customers to update their own data; digital behavior data; or relying on multiple, disparate data sets to build a complete view. In addition, poor identifiers, limited volume inputs, data latency, and untested data can all be culprits of bad data. This presentation will discuss how marketers can revamp their company’s approach to data to ensure they are moving into the new decade with accurate, rich, and stable data.

Zach Hudson
Vice President, Solutions
Analytics IQ

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EMBRACE (DISRUPTIVE) TRENDS & SUPERCHARGE YOUR DATA

Given that change is constant (and holds even more true in the current environment) it is mission critical for organizations to embrace and drive this pro-actively to stay ahead of the curve and achieve sustainable competitive advantage. This session will provide an example eco-system of how this can be orchestrated at an enterprise level with a focus on data in tandem with process, people and technology. 

Fred De Letter
Director, Enterprise Data Intelligence
Domino’s Pizza


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