Actioned Analytics Pave the Way to New Customer Value
MIT CISR research indicates that analytics-based experiences and product features for customers pay off only when combined with aggressive tactics that all but guarantee that customer value materializes. Companies that do this well rely less on a sequential data-insight-action process and focus instead on interweaving insights and action activities to deliver actioned analytics to their customers. In this article, we describe three principles for actioned analytics.
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