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A leading banking institution undertook a digital transformation with significant investments in next-generation marketing intelligence and Big Data analytics.
How a national retailer gained omni-channel customer insights for better marketing capabilities and greater revenue opportunities.
A major mortgage provider needed to create dozens of procedures and job aids across thirteen information technology (IT) areas.
Major transportation payment provider needed to assess whether a data management platform could be central part of data-centric digital advertising.
The data-driven digital advertising strategy for this CPG powerhouse started with a global ad server and data management platform (DMP).
A top mortgage provider needed to develop corporate policies and procedures for 15+ origination, servicing, and supporting departments.
How a leader in the automotive industry created a clear path to optimized digital ad operations by migrating to best-in-breed order management and ad serving technologies.
A large publisher needed to use first- and third-party data to better target its highest-value audience segments.
With online markets evolving, a large Internet Service Provider (ISP) and a true pioneer, recognized the need for rapid and decisive change.
A global leader in next-generation networks and communications needed to build, manage and support the rollout of a national online sales ordering tool.
Seeking to deliver a more personalized customer experience while still maximizing return on inventory and space, retailer recognized the need to deploy integrated technology and enhance store clustering, item planning, assortment rationalization, and floor and space planning processes.
A leading media company was going through an IT transformation to become a fully integrated, business-centric partner in the design and development of business products and services.
New technology and processes were designed to enhance communication across functions, drive more advanced promotional planning, coordinate execution, and evaluate results
Global 200 communications services provider needed to consolidate multiple billing operations organizations and processes into a single, cohesive and cost-effective operation.
Faced with rapid growth, a leading provider of language learning software needed to better align resources in support of strategic goals.
A not-for-profit educational services organization had limited visibility into the delivery of sponsored products and services, because the entire value chain had been outsourced to a single vendor.
A large media organization adopted a new sales approach to sell digital advertising across multiple properties, including 40+ sites, with the goal to achieve greater operational efficiency and effectiveness.
A top-five media network planned to launch a new video product that consolidated content from across its network of sites.
Leading media enterprise, with multiple online properties and consumer-facing brands, needed improved visibility into its business operations and performance, as well as a deeper understanding of its customer base.
The credit card division of a leading global financial services enterprise sought stronger insight into its online business operations, including its corporate credit card program.
A highly successful cable network was challenged to develop the digital analytics capabilities it needed to track the behavior of its fast-growing online audience.
A leading online media company boasting dozens of high-traffic brands and online properties needed to migrate from a home-grown analytics platform to a scalable and more flexible platform as it entered a period of dramatic growth.
A large biomedical/life sciences company required a comprehensive renovation of its eCommerce infrastructure: a key asset responsible for $2 million in daily revenue.
YouSendIt – the most widely used online service for sending, receiving and tracking large files – needed to upgrade its analysis and reporting capabilities during an extended period of rapid growth.
A global leader in the intensely competitive telecommunications industry needed to strengthen its relationships with core customer segments and minimize the threat posed by new competitors.
A not-for-profit, educational services organization needed to deliver a consistent and responsive customer service experience, despite drastic swings in daily call and contact volumes.
A financial services company needed to ensure its data was secure by enhancing its Data Loss Prevention (DLP) program.
National Financial Institution: Compliance with Strict Industry Regulations and Government Oversight
A U.S. bank holding company sought to gain compliance with federally mandated rules and regulations.
The company needed to instill operational discipline to reduce risk, meet regulatory requirements and enhance overall performance.