Through IBM predictive analytics, the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania is able to better understand and retain its declining member base now that it has insight into which girls tend to stay with the organization longer.
Today's customers demand that you know them and deal with them as individuals rather than as part of a generic market. This requires new ways of truly understanding and engaging with them, and big data technologies play a key role in this.
Tom Deutsch, program director for big data and advanced
Nearly every company wants to acquire more customers and keep them longer. Yet in some ways, that’s more challenging now than ever with so many options available to consumers. But there is also tremendous opportunity for companies that are using data and analytics in creative and innovative ways.
Using IBM Smarter Commerce technology to help ensure timely response to policyholders.
“When customers contact us through their iPhones, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or email, they receive the same timely attention as when they call the company or go to our web portal.” —Werner Kruck, chief
AARP needed to transform its traditional BI infrastructure into a dynamic, blazing-fast environment which could assist with improved member documentation and recognition, accurately match services and product offerings to member needs and deliver value-added packages to targeted customer