Fuel Your CX Engine with Different Types of Data

November 25, 2020 | 2 minute read
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From email marketing and marketing automation to real-time re-targeting and website optimization, marketers leverage customer experience platforms to drive one primary KPI: revenue. These tools or engines are very powerful in terms of what they can accomplish, what they can do, and who they can reach.  However, without the proper fuel, they cant be as impactful.

By now, you might be thinking about the similarities between my buzz words” above and your martech stack.  You can own an exotic sports car or a beat up 20-year-old vehicle held together with duct tape and faith, but the commonality between them will remain: they need fuel to go. Your martech investment is no different. 

Are you wondering what type of fuel should be powering your martech stack? The answer is simple: data.

Many people think that data is very pricey, and therefore unattainable, but it doesn’t have to be. Data is everywhere for you to identify and harness. You can even use data to target audiences based on the weather. Case in point, say it’s snowing or raining outside in a certain region, and a customer using an iPhone clicks through on a mail or website because of that. You now have the data to know that the customer be responsive some type of outreach due to the weather and that a mobile experience might be the best route.

Here are the different types of data we leverage with our clients to fuel their CX engines:

  • Behavioral – Leverage your tools to listen to and capture your customers' and prospects’ preferences in real time. Simple listening campaigns and  are very powerful.

  • First Party – Ingest your own data via CRM upload or API, and marketing automation tools  allow for this ingestion of rich data. 

  • Third PartyData Management Platforms (DMPs) allow users to connect with data marketplaces to target users from the onset of their engagement with your brand. 

Maria Voronina, Strategic planning manager for Chobani Australia, told eMarketer that In an era when there is no shortage of information, there is no such thing as too much information.  We have learned to tune out the noise.  We have to constantly re-evaluate…We have to review a lot of data from all aspects – from the aspect of the consumers, competitors, channels, and so on.” 

Harness your data to use your tools to their utmost to drive revenue.

DEVGRU is one of Oracle’s preferred partners for Maxymiser and Infinity. With over 25 years of industry experience, the team at DEVGRU has successfully created and managed optimization programs for Fortune 100 and 500 companies within numerous industries. All of our work, including development, strategy, analysis, design, copywriting, training and implementation, is proudly done here in the United States.  We look forward to working with you on optimizing your user’s experience.

To learn more about DEVGRU, contact us here.


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Michael Blumenfeld

Michael is the founder and CEO of DEVGRU, Oracle'™s preferred Maxymiser and Infinity partner. With over 10 years of optimization experience, Michael has successfully created and managed optimization programs for a number of Fortune 100 and 500 companies within numerous industries. Prior to starting DEVGRU, Michael was part of the initial team that brought Oracle Maxymiser to the US. When he is not working, Michael can be found working on his golf game and playing with his new niece.

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