Merkle Launches 2019 Marketing Imperatives, A CMO’s Roadmap to People-Based Marketing

Book Outlines Three Pillars to Achieve Transformation Through Integration of Key Business Functions

Merkle a leading technology-enabled, data-driven performance marketing agency, has released its seventh installment of the Marketing Imperatives, a guidebook for CMOs. The 2019 Marketing Imperatives prescribe the building blocks of an integrated, successful people-based marketing strategy. The resource explores the fundamentals of integrating across strategy, technology, and execution to implement a customer-centric approach over time. It offers advice on how to accomplish this goal through the effective management and use of data from deliberate, informed interactions across channels and media. The Imperatives are available in a complimentary, downloadable book and supported by an upcoming webinar series hosted by Merkle.

“Placing the customer at the center of the business strategy is a top priority for CMOs, but figuring out how to get there isn’t always clear,” said David Williams, president and CEO, Merkle. “The goal of the Marketing Imperatives is to advise CMOs in pursuit of this goal, providing actionable strategies for how they can reach it.”

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The Marketing Imperatives offer a roadmap for implementing a people-based marketing strategy. The transformation depends heavily on the integration of key aspects of the marketing approach. Three essential pillars are outlined to guide CMOs on the path to growing their businesses and building competitive advantage.

Integrate your customer strategy – A foundation of planning will help marketers build a more complete picture of their desired audience, evolving the marketing strategy into a 360-degree customer strategy. The outcome is a roadmap for personalized engagements across media and channels, spanning the entire life cycle.

Integrate your tech stack – In addition to building this full customer profile, organizations should be focused on fully integrating their tech stack. The resulting data hub is the centralized facility for real-time receipt and distribution of customer data that also allows marketers to execute and modify marketing strategies.

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Integrate your execution – Before embarking on this transformation, ensure the team has a clear vision of the integrated customer experience and enabling technology platform. This forms the basis of the plan, upon which you layer the people and processes required for execution. Remove the walls between organizational silos, while leveraging their unique capabilities. Clearly define, communicate, and measure every role and goal along the way.

“By using data and insights to build a complete 360-degree view of their customers, marketers can create personalized, informed messaging that differentiates their businesses from competitors,” said Craig Dempster, president, Merkle Americas. “In this year’s edition of the Marketing Imperatives, we examine the importance of integration and how the future of marketing favors companies that have the ability to link customer experience to data sourcing, management, insights, and activation across their own integrated platform.”

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Radius Launches 'Data for Good' To Give Back To Customers & Community For Philanthropic Use Of Data

Radius Launches ‘Data for Good’ To Give Back To Customers & Community For Philanthropic Use Of Data

B2B Enterprise Customer Data Platform Rallies Customers, Employees, And Nonprofit Organizations To Improve Society And Help Others

Radius, the first B2B enterprise customer data platform, is launching Data for Good, a program that helps both Radius employees and customers give back to their communities. When for-profit customers use Radius to support philanthropic and social causes, Radius will credit-back their account in full for any data used, in effect lowering the cost for customers to pursue important causes. In addition, Radius will donate its service to nonprofits, enabling these organizations to tap into a wealth of business data that can be used to enhance corporate outreach and pursue their charitable missions. The program also includes donation initiatives and employee volunteering to organizations with data-oriented missions.

“We know we have a greater responsibility than just building great technology, but to foster a community that benefits from what we build, our skills as a team, and the generous acts of our customers,” said Radius CEO, Joel Carusone. “We created Data for Good to support organizations that harness the power of data to create a better future and make a positive impact among their communities. We are excited to be a part of this instrumental step in using data for good, and to see all of the positive impact it has on our community.”

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We typically see big headlines highlighting the misuse of data, but Radius and its customers are shedding light on how data can be used to give back and support the community, especially when tragedies strike. For example, Radius customer PATLive used the The Network of Record to identify and reach businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey in order to offer its answering services for free while the community got back on its feet.

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Data for Good also extends to a donation commitment for nonprofits with data-oriented missions. When Radius customers use data to support the community, Radius will make a donation to either Girls Who Code, who work to close the gender gap in technology, or MissionBit, who strive to eliminate the tech divide for youth and adults living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

“Radius’ Data for Good program supports our mission with workshop volunteering, demo day hosting, and ongoing donations. Together, we will continue to reduce the tech divide and educate students on data science and computer programming,” said Stevon Cook, CEO and Founder, MissionBit.

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Zilliant Named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape B2B for Price Optimization Applications

Zilliant Named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape B2B for Price Optimization Applications

The Report Cites High Customer Satisfaction, High Level of Value Delivered and Customer Delight with Implementation as Zilliant’s Core Strengths Leading to This Placement

Zilliant, a company that helps B2B enterprises turn data into actionable intelligence to accelerate profitable growth, has been named a Leader by IDC in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide B2B-Focused Price Optimization Applications 2018 Vendor Assessment.

The report provides an assessment of the price optimization software market, identifies how solution providers compare with each other, and presents recommendations for B2B buyers to consider when adopting a price optimization solution.

“Price optimization applications are entering a period of rapid evolution due to the adoption of machine learning and the ability to leverage external data to define tighter customer/product segments, price better, and offer valuable prescriptive insights,” said IDC Analyst of Digital Business Models and Monetization Mark Thomason.

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The report stated the following as the strengths of the Zilliant price optimization and management solution:

  • “Level of value delivered: Customers rated Zilliant very highly in value delivered. Customers told us stories on how deploying Zilliant delivered better margin/revenue gains and improved sales skills [more] than they expected and in less time. One large customer using the product for 11 years said that it had seen 10x ROI for several years.
  • User interface: Zilliant’s product leverages ML/AI to easily show the impact of pricing model changes and what prescriptive actions should be taken to achieve goals.
  • Implementation: Customers were very delighted with the speed and ease of the onboarding, training, and implementation of the solution. Customers were able to get the application into production quickly.
  • Customer experience/support: Customers awarded Zilliant the maximum possible rating in customer satisfaction and support. We heard from several customers how highly they thought of Zilliant employees. They were also very happy with how well Zilliant kept them updated on upcoming features and how well they listened to their needs for future releases.”1

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“Zilliant’s recognition as a leader in the IDC MarketScape reflects nearly two decades of continued focus on innovation and customer success,” said Greg Peters, Zilliant CEO. “We will continue to respond to market needs and utilize the latest AI-driven technologies to deliver the highest value and the broadest set of pricing optimization and management solutions for our customers.”

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75% of People Say Paid Search Ads Make It Easier to Find Information

People Mostly Click on Google Text Ads That Directly Answer Their Search Query, but Branded Search Engine Marketing Ads Also Have an Impact on Amazon and YouTube

Three-fourths of people (75%) say paid search ads make it easier to find the information they search for on a website or search engine, according to a new survey from Clutch, the leading B2B research, ratings, and reviews company.

Most people easily recognize paid search ads: 77% are confident in their ability to identify paid search ads such as pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.

Because people can recognize paid search ads, it’s important for businesses to produce ads that are useful and relevant to their audiences.

The most common reason why people click on a paid search ad is if it directly responds to the information they are searching for online (33%).

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Google Text Ads Earn the Most Clicks

People click on the search ads they see the most: text ads on Google.

People are more likely to click on text ads (49%) than shopping/product listing ads (31%) or video ads (19%).

In addition, 63% of people click on Google ads, four times as many people who click on search ads on any other search engine – Amazon (14%), YouTube (9%), and Bing (6%).

People respond differently to Amazon and YouTube paid search ads than they do to Google search ads.

The most likely reason people click on a search ad on Amazon and YouTube is because it mentions a brand they are familiar with (33%).

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“On Amazon, I do find it interesting that people click brands they are familiar with,” said Sherman Stanberry, managing partner of Lyfe Marketing, a digital marketing company in Atlanta. “I think it could be a good advertising play for larger or more recognizable brands.”

Paid Search Advertising on Multiple Sites Can Improve Search Ad Engagement

People’s preferred paid search ad formats correspond to the sites they use.

  • More than half of people (55%) who click on Google search ads prefer text ads.
  • Those who click on Amazon advertisements favor shopping/product listing ads (50%).
  • Those who click on YouTube advertisements favor video ads (36%).

Businesses that create video and shopping/product listing ads (PLAs) can engage with potential customers on Amazon and YouTube.

Businesses also benefit from including Bing as part of their search engine marketing strategy, as it has a higher click-through rate for paid search ads than Google.

Clutch surveyed 506 people who have clicked on a paid search ad in the past month.

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Formstack Acquires QuickTapSurvey, Further Develops Offline and Mobile Capabilities

Formstack Acquires QuickTapSurvey, Further Develops Offline and Mobile Capabilities

Leader in Data Capture and Workflows Grows International Footprint and Customer Base

Formstack, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company with a mission to transform the way people collect data and put it to work, announces the acquisition of Toronto-based QuickTapSurvey, a leading provider of mobile and offline surveys.

With the acquisition, Formstack is doubling down on its investment in the mobile forms category and plans to combine the best features of the QuickTapSurvey and Formstack products into one, full-service offering for mobile offline data capture on the Formstack platform. QuickTapSurvey will remain a standalone mobile surveys product and will benefit from additional capabilities through the Formstack platform, including workflow automation, HIPAA compliance and more than 40 native integrations, such as Salesforce, MailChimp and WebMerge.

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“We sometimes take for granted the availability of internet access in all locations; many of our customers have had no choice but to collect data on paper because they work in underserved rural areas,” said Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack. “QuickTapSurvey has given aid workers in Eastern Congo access to the same technology as sales reps in New York. We look forward to developing the next generation of data capture tools together.”

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Launched in 2011 by Tishan Mills and Ravin Shah, QuickTapSurvey services more than 180,000 customers in 175 countries. Major clients include Adidas, Philip Morris International, Heineken, Aramark and the Smithsonian Institution.

Formstack’s acquisition of QuickTapSurvey follows its acquisition of Fast Forms in 2017 and the launch of Formstack Go, an offline data capture app for iOS and Android.

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Research Reveals Employees Switch Apps Over 1,100 Times a Day

Research Reveals Employees Switch Apps Over 1,100 Times a Day

Pega studies 5 million hours of desktop activity, finds “virtual swivel chair” effect can bring productivity to a standstill

 Pegasystems Inc. (NASDAQ: PEGA), the software company empowering digital transformation at the world’s leading enterprises, today announced new research that reveals how ineffective software and poor processes are hindering productivity for many workers. In a study of live desktop activity, the results showed employees are forced to switch between up to 35 job-critical applications nearly once a minute – or more than 1,100 times every day –  adding unnecessary complexity that reduces efficiency and frustrates workers.

Pega analyzed nearly 5 million hours of desktop activity of operational support employees – who primarily perform routine back office, data entry, or contact center tasks – at Global 2000 companies from January to September 2018. The data revealed two main areas blocking employees from achieving optimal productivity and job satisfaction:

Inefficient applications and processes: Businesses typically provide operational support workers with a number of ‘structured applications’ that are specifically designed to help them speed through core tasks with minimal typing and scrolling. However, the study found workers are saddled with too many of these disconnected apps, leading to poor processes, increased errors, and wasted actions that could otherwise be automated:

  • On average, workers perform 134 ‘copy and paste’ actions each day – highlighting how often employees must switch between applications using same data to complete a task.
  • Employees commit 845 keying errors per day or once out of every 14 key strokes, which shows the potential to automate more of their workflow to reduce manual mistakes.
  • Only 28 percent of active work time is spent in structured applications versus free-form software like spreadsheets or word processing apps, suggesting that structured applications aren’t adequate enough to do the job alone.

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Distractions from core work: From digital distractions to extraneous activities, there are many events over the course of the day that take workers’ attention away from productive tasks:

  • Workers check their email 10 times per hour, or once every six minutes, throughout the course of their day.
  • Employees spend 13 percent of their time in email, of which only 23 percent is spent on value-generating work.
  • People who work longer shifts typically make nine percent more errors than those on shorter shifts, demonstrating how attention spans drift over a long work day.

The study also reveals several other interesting dynamics, including:

  • Employees make the most mistakes on Tuesdays, which had 22 percent more errors per employee vs. Friday, the least error prone day of the week.
  • Error rates are 50 percent higher when working in unstructured applications such as email, the application where the most errors occur.
  • Workers multitasking between 30 applications or more in a single shift have a 28 percent higher error rate than those using fewer apps.

For more details on the study and to learn strategies for overcoming workplace inefficiencies and improving employee satisfaction through digital process automation, download the ebook ‘Demystifying the Desktop” at www.pega.com/demystifying-desktop.

Quotes & Commentary:

“Many organizations instinctively try to solve process issues and improve employee productivity by throwing more software at the problem without truly understanding the root cause of their inefficiencies,” said Don Schuerman, CTO, Pegasystems. “Business leaders must step back and analyze their business processes to ensure they enable employees to do their best work while providing customers with the best possible experience. By streamlining these processes and eliminating repetitive tasks, companies can give employees the right tools they need to succeed and be happier in their jobs.”

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AdStage Launches AdStage Join, the First MarTech Solution to Automatically Link Ad, Web, and Sales Data

AdStage Launches AdStage Join, the First MarTech Solution to Automatically Link Ad, Web, and Sales Data

Marketers Can Instantly Optimize Ad Campaigns Based on Actual Sales

AdStage, a leading marketing technology company with $900MM+ in annual ad spend under management, announces the release of AdStage Join, which automatically connects ad data from leading networks like Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn to Google Analytics and Salesforce. The technology allows marketers to instantly optimize ad campaigns based on actual sales, setting a new standard for ROI measurement. With companies increasing marketing and sales alignment, AdStage Join enables paid marketing campaigns to align with sales goals. AdStage Join launches December 4, 2018.

3Q Digital’s CEO, David Rodnitzky stated, “Optimizing paid marketing campaigns based on sales data was a painful challenge until AdStage Join. We can now automate the connection of ad data to Salesforce, saving us countless hours in spreadsheets, and providing us with critical information that we can put to use for our clients immediately.”

Marketers often optimize paid campaigns on top-of-the-funnel metrics, but the vast majority of those interactions don’t result in paying customers. The lead generation marketers who do want to incorporate sales data often turn to spreadsheets. But using spreadsheets for large data sets is time-consuming, error-prone, and requires manual updating.

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Mandy Fitzberger, Director of Paid Media at Atypical Digital, stated, “Shortening the path to bottom line impact from paid marketing efforts with AdStage Join is a huge win for our clients as well as for us as an agency.”

Used with AdStage’s other products, Join aims to fundamentally change the way marketers analyze and optimize ad campaigns. AdStage has hundreds of B2B/lead generation paid marketers using its platform.

“If you’re spending a million dollars on paid marketing, you want to know how the money translates into sales pipeline and bankable business revenue. You simply can’t calculate that from clicks and impressions,” said Sahil Jain, AdStage’s CEO and Co-founder.

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ZoomInfo Enriches Its Company Information with New Real-Time Firmographic Data

ZoomInfo Enriches Its Company Information with New Real-Time Firmographic Data

Company Newsfeed and Hierarchies Provide Users with Deep Company Data That Drives Sales Efficacy

Zoom Information, Inc., the leading growth acceleration platform for sales and marketing teams, announced the availability of several new features, including Company Hierarchies and Company Newsfeeds. The new features refine the user’s knowledge of their key targeted profiles and strengthen their understanding of customer portfolios.

ZoomInfo’s Company Newsfeed gathers hundreds of articles bringing users up-to-date information relating to their targeted accounts. As soon as new articles are collected and curated, users may access them through the ZoomInfo platform. Company Newsfeed provides sales and go-to-market teams with a deeper understanding of their prospect companies, improving efficiency throughout their daily workflow.

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Company Hierarchies transform ZoomInfo’s data to give users a clearer picture of a company’s portfolio, including parent companies, subsidiaries and acquisitions. This is particularly important for larger enterprises that may include these units within their broader organization.

“Sales and go-to-market teams need a deep understanding of their customers and prospects – and the companies that they work for,” Hila Nir, Chief Marketing and Product Officer, ZoomInfo, said. “With today’s new features, ZoomInfo is enriching its firmographic data with detailed and real-time information that will help teams find that next lead and target it more effectively.”

ZoomInfo also announced the availability of custom mapping for Microsoft Dynamics, SalesLoft and Outreach and field-by-field updates for ReachOut, its Chrome extension. The integrations enable sales professionals to export custom data directly from ZoomInfo into those platforms, increasing sales efficiencies and reducing the time spent on manual processes. Outreach and SalesLoft customers can export directly into Sequences and Cadences, respectively, integrating ZoomInfo data directly into customer and prospect communications.

With field-by-field updates, customers using customer relationship management and sales management platforms that integrate with ZoomInfo can now choose what fields to update without cutting and pasting from the ReachOut extension.

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Forrester To Acquire B2B Sales Research Firm, SiriusDecisions

Forrester To Acquire B2B Sales Research Firm, SiriusDecisions

Creates a Robust Platform Guiding Companies to Drive Growth in the Age of the Customer

Forrester entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SiriusDecisions, a leading business-to-business research and advisory firm, for $245 million in cash, subject to adjustment. The combination of Forrester and SiriusDecisions creates an innovative strategy and operations platform that can help business and technology leaders make the far-reaching changes needed to adapt to a customer-led, disruption-rich market while maximizing performance every day.

“Today’s announcement was driven by our clients,” said George F. Colony, Forrester’s chairman and chief executive officer. “Empowered customers and the disruptive power of technology are forcing business and technology leaders to take decisive action and make deep-rooted changes while delivering quarterly results. The combined value of Forrester’s strategic and SiriusDecisions’ operational capabilities will help our clients change and grow in tumultuous times.”

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“We’re excited about joining forces with Forrester,” said John Neeson, SiriusDecisions’ cofounder and co-CEO. “Allying with Forrester changes the game for our clients and accelerates our growth across industries, regions, and business functions. Beyond the powerful synergies of our two firms what will make this work is our shared passion for our clients’ success,” added Rich Eldh, SiriusDecisions’ cofounder and co-CEO.

Forrester works with business and technology leaders to build customer-obsessed strategies. SiriusDecisions focuses on optimizing marketing, sales, and product operations. CMOs of business-to-business companies operate “The Sirius Way” — a methodology grounded in fact-based best practices that has become the standard across industries, including high tech and advanced manufacturing. Together, Forrester and SiriusDecisions will enable companies to know what they should do, why they should do it, and how to do it.

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This deal opens up a number of opportunities for Forrester expansion:

1) Cross-selling services. Forrester and SiriusDecisions client bases will benefit from broader access to research and advisory content, data, and tools.

2) Accelerating international growth plans. Forrester’s global sales force and channels will widen the distribution of SiriusDecisions’ products in EMEA and APAC.

3) Expanding SiriusDecisions’ platform, methodologies, data, and best-practices tools to new roles. Forrester will extend the SiriusDecisions platform beyond marketing, sales, and product to roles in IT and customer experience.

4) Expanding SiriusDecisions to new vertical markets. Forrester’s growing penetration in industries such as financial services, retail, healthcare, energy and utilities serve as natural areas of expansion for “The Sirius Way.”

With the SiriusDecisions acquisition, Forrester’s addressable market in strategy of $20 billion approximately doubles to $40 billion with the addition of operations. Adding operational expertise to Forrester’s strategy expertise will drive new business, renewal rates, and the ability to enrich existing contracts with additional services.

“The addition of SiriusDecisions is expected to add approximately $100 million to Forrester’s revenue in 2019 on a pro forma basis and is expected to be $0.10 to $0.20 accretive to our 2019 pro forma EPS,” said Michael Doyle, Forrester’s chief financial officer. “Additional financial information will be provided during our call today and with the investor presentation that is posted on our website.”

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The transaction is expected to close in January 2019 and is subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including applicable regulatory filings. The transaction is expected to be funded through a combination of cash on hand and up to $175 million of fully committed debt financing to be provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and a syndicate of other lenders.

William Blair & Company, L.L.C. is serving as exclusive financial advisor to Forrester, and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP is serving as legal counsel. Centerview Partners LLC is serving as exclusive financial advisor to SiriusDecisions, and DLA Piper is serving as legal counsel.

“Digitally-savvy customers are changing the rules of business, creating extraordinary opportunity for companies that adapt and existential threat to those that don’t,” said Mr. Colony. “The combined company creates a robust platform to help our clients not only navigate these rough waters but thrive in the age of the customer.”

SiriusDecisions helps business-to-business companies worldwide by delivering the actionable intelligence, transformative frameworks and expert guidance that equip executives to modernize and elevate sales, marketing and product performance. Management teams make more informed business decisions through access to our industry analysts, best practice research, benchmark data, peer networks, events and continuous learning courses. SiriusDecisions is based in Wilton, CT with offices in Austin, London, San Francisco, Singapore, Toronto and Waltham, MA.

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Sisense Recognized As A 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice

Sisense Recognized As A 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice

The Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Business Intelligence Recognizes Product Excellence, as Rated by Users

Sisense, disrupting the BI market by simplifying business analytics for complex data, is proud to announce that it was named a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms.

To receive this designation, a vendor must have at least one product judged by Gartner research analysts as relevant to the market, with 50 or more approved client ratings, and an average overall rating of 4.2 stars or greater. Based on 367 verified Gartner Peer Insights customer reviews, Sisense earned a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars as of November 16, 2018.

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“Sisense is obsessive about delivering consistent innovation coupled with unmatched customer focus and success,” said Amir Orad, Chief Executive Officer of Sisense. “We believe that this focus is resulting in a better offering, stronger product and very strong ROI to our customers, and has led to us being recognized by analysts in major reports like the Gartner Magic Quadrant for BI and Analytics. Still, our most important stakeholders are our customers, so our proudest recognition comes from the many excellent client reviews in prestigious ratings like the Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms.”

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Sisense is committed to driving 100% customer satisfaction, and disrupting the BI industry with radical innovation and product ease-of-use — for business users, and technical users analyzing complex data. Numerous customer reviews for the Gartner Peer Insights cited ease of use, service, and customer focus:

“In terms of the service, it has been very strong, with a consistent Customer Success person at every step of the way to make sure we have a person to talk to about any questions that arise.”  

“I was pleasantly surprised by the ease at which I could deliver valuable insights using Sisense.”

“The product itself is intuitive and easy to manage, and the output is spectacular.”

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