Month: October 2017

Cognia Law announces another law-firm-wrapped model for Managed Legal Services

Cognia Law announces another law-firm-wrapped model for Managed Legal Services

COGNIA LAW TAKES THE NEXT STEP IN “REDEFINING THE PROVISION OF ALTERNATIVE LEGAL SERVICES” – ANNOUNCING THE ADDITION OF ANOTHER LAW-FIRM-WRAPPED MODEL TO ITS MANAGED LEGAL SERVICES   LONDON — Cognia Law, a next-generation provider of legal, compliance, risk management and resourcing services headquartered in […]

Update – New BPESA National Organisation

Update – New BPESA National Organisation

You will recall that in my last communication in August, I shared with you the process that BPESA is undertaking to re-establish itself as a National Industry Body that is truly inclusive, representative of all its stakeholder groups and properly enabled to fulfill its mandate. […]

Predictive Analytics Can Build Stronger Customer Relationships

Predictive Analytics Can Build Stronger Customer Relationships

Customers are unpredictable and understanding their buying behaviour is simply not possible. Well, not actually. This statement is only true for companies who have not yet harnessed the power of predictive analytics to gain customer insights. Up until now, most companies tackled customer retention by taking corrective steps after they went wrong to avoid losing out on potential customers. Today, companies can use predictive analytics to anticipate customer spending and focus on creating the right opportunities to foster customer loyalty.

 

A lot is spoken about analytics, particularly customer analytics, which is not an entirely new phenomenon and has in fact been around for quite time. Back in the 1950s, when businesses began to realise that every customer is different from the next and each have their own needs and wants, they started gathering data about their customers to begin to understand how these needs can be met. This saw the rise of customer segmentation according to demographics, physiological and social metrics, among others.

 

Fast forward to present time and the picture is similar, however, the amount of customer data now available has grown exponentially and a number of tools and technologies are available to decode and understand it. It is easy for companies to get lost in a deluge of data and have no idea what to do with it. That is the purpose of analytics – to thoroughly interrogate the data and go beyond the data to find the underlying stories that can drive greater business success.

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