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Getting to Know: Alex Yoder, Executive Vice President, Analytics

I had a chance to sit down with Alex Yoder from his home office in Boulder. His insights as a CEO at Webtrends and Trueffect were interesting, enlightening, and inspiring, but his view on business books and how to use creativity to solve business problems as an executive were eye opening. This interview barely scratches the surface of his background, but hopefully provides some insight from one of the leading analytics thought leaders in the industry.

The Five Levels of Personalization Decisioning

Data-driven orchestration enables marketing to move personalization from one-to-many to one-to-one. Personalization is delivered via a hybrid of orchestration techniques. Merkle has categorized these techniques into an orchestration maturity model, with five levels of increasing effectiveness in people-based marketing decision making.

10 Considerations for Your Personalization Program

Personalization has evolved beyond simple customer recognition and into the delivery and management of “personal” customer experiences: Experiences that are always-on and flow from channel to channel, and that deliver and manage one-to-one relationships. Personalization is never defined by marketing technology; instead, personalization should be a strategy focused on delivering seamless customer experiences across all channels and throughout the entire journey. To that end, every company should look at several criteria to define a customer’s interaction with its brand.
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