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How omni-channel marketers can turn bad data into good data
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EDT
According to Experian QAS, 94% of organizations polled suspect that their customer and prospect data is inaccurate in some way. In fact, respondents think that, on average, as much as 17% of their data might be inaccurate.
If you’re among that 94%, you may be at a disadvantage. In today’s omni-channel environment, marketers need current, accurate customer data to ensure that their communications and offers are relevant, timely, and consistent across channels. Join Direct Marketing News and Experian QAS to get the insight you need to harness the data that will power up your omni-channel marketing efforts, create compelling communications, and drive marketing ROI.
You’ll learn how to:
- Improve customer and business intelligence gathering, analysis, and use
- Create effective processes for cleansing and appending data to improve segmentation
- Ensure consistent messaging across channels
- Develop customized offers based on the right mix of data
You’ll also hear details of the Experian QAS “Data Quality and the Customer Experience” study, and what the findings mean to you.
Companies today interact with customers across an average of four channels. That means every touch point and interaction with those customers matter. Data is the key to ensuring a consistent, compelling experience across channels. Register today and make omni-channel the profitable channel.
Manager, Product Marketing & Strategy, Experian QAS
Amanda leads product go-to-market strategy for Experian QAS. Within that role, she focuses on understanding customer needs specifically related to their current and future data quality strategies. She manages adapting and evolving the Experian QAS product suite to changing market requirements. This market-led approach helps the organization better address data quality challenges by bringing innovative solutions to customers.
Senior PR and Marketing Specialist, Experian QAS
Erin runs marketing programs that relate to data management initiatives, including market research on contact data quality. She spends her time speaking with customers and following the industry to create new resources that help meet data quality needs.
Managing Partner, RSR Research LLC
Brian Kilcourse, recognized as one of the top retail technology leaders in the United States, is a managing partner at Retail Systems Research LLC (“RSR Research”), a company focused on delivering research, strategies, and knowledge for the extended retail industry.
Formerly President & Chief Executive of Retail Systems Alert Group (RSAG), Brian is a recognized leader in retail technology practices. Brian is a frequent public speaker on subjects ranging from emerging technologies to IT governance and best practices. He also has led training seminars on the subject of “selling IT to retailers.” Brian has authored research reports on Cross- Channel Retailing, Supply Chain, Customer Data Security, Business Intelligence & Analytics, Mobility, IT Governance, Workforce Management, Services Oriented Architectures (SOA) & Software as a Service (SaaS), among other topics.
Previously, Brian was the SVP & CIO at Longs Drug Stores for ten years from 1993 through 2002. One of the top retail CIO’s in the United States during his tenure, Kilcourse was named one of the Premier 100 IT Leaders by Computerworld magazine and by Information Week as leader of the #1 retail IT shop in 2001.