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Tiffany Carpenter
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Head of Customer Intelligence, SAS UK & Ireland

Tiffany has been helping organisations achieve bottom line results from their customer and marketing strategies for over 20 years. She specialises in helping companies gain deeper insight into their customers’ buying habits, preferences and lifestyles, social relationships and influences on purchase behaviour and loyalty - and using this insight to make smarter, data-driven decisions. Every customer journey is unique and every touch point is an opportunity to nurture customer relationships and deepen customer intimacy. Tiffany helps organisations get in sync with each customer's journey – no matter how fragmented for a clear competitive advantage and a bigger, better ROI.

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5 ways your digital analytics strategy is hindering your customer experience

These days, an ever-increasing number of customer interactions are taking place over digital channels and every single digital interaction offers an incredible source of customer intelligence for organisations to tap into. With every visit, customers leave a valuable trail of digital breadcrumbs. These breadcrumbs give organisations the ability to follow

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Is artificial intelligence the future of customer experience?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has caught everyone's attention in recent years, mainly because of its disrupting nature which gives it enormous potential with countless applications. Among the many possibilities that AI promises, customer experience (CX) is an area that offers immense opportunity for organisations to differentiate. Welcome to the experience economy

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Measuring up: robotic process automation versus real-time decision making

Editor's note: Tiffany Carpenter, Head of Customer Intelligence, SAS UK & Ireland sizes up the benefits of the two technologies and offers up a solution to businesses wanting the best of both. With constant pressure on profit margins, organisations need to strike a balance between improving cost efficiencies and customer