Real-Time and Predictive Data Fuel the Best Customer Interactions

Building up your audience and then delivering the right messages to the various cross-sections of your audience is how you succeed in the modern marketing world. However, it can be confusing to determine how best to improve your efforts.

Oracle’s Marketing Maturity Model can help you determine where your organization is in developing its various capabilities and what should be done to enhance them. In Part 1 of this series, we talked about how to uplevel your capabilities to Stage 2, which is all about how to take a cross-channel approach. And then in Part 2 of this series, we discussed how to take your capabilities up to Stage 3.

In this post, which is the third of three posts in this series, Oracle CX Marketing Consulting’s Cristal Foster and Kim Roman discuss B2B audience building and segmentation capabilities and how to move from a data-driven approach to an intelligence-driven approach. Moving up to an intelligence-driven approach entails being able to act on individual-level data, not just segments. It requires that companies not only be able to look backward using historical and real-time data, but also look forward using predictive models, including scoring that’s powered by AI and machine learning. And it involves businesses being able to connect customer journeys across all customer experience touchpoints.

Let’s look at how your organization might level up its audience building and segmentation efforts…

>> Read the entire post on Oracle’s Modern Marketing Blog

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