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SAS Global Forum 2020: Hybrid marketing with SAS Customer Intelligence 360

After careful consideration of the evolving COVID-19 situation, SAS made the decision in March to cancel the in-person SAS Global Forum 2020 conference in Washington, DC. The health and well-being of SAS customers and employees was the company's top priority in making that decision, and while it's unfortunate that we

Advanced Analytics | Customer Intelligence
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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Hybrid marketing and analytic's last mile [Part 2]

In part one of this blog series, we introduced hybrid marketing as a method that combines both direct and digital marketing capabilities while absorbing insights from machine learning. In part two, we will share perspectives on: How SAS Customer Intelligence 360 completes analytic's last mile. How campaign management processes can easily

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Management | Data Visualization
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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Automated AI and segmentation [Part 2]

In part one of this blog series, we introduced the automation of AI (i.e., artificial intelligence) as a multifaceted and evolving topic for marketing and segmentation. After a discussion on maximizing the potential of a brand's first-party data, a machine learning method incorporating natural language explanations was provided in the context

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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Automated AI and segmentation [Part 1]

Marketers and brands have used segmentation as a technique to deliver customer personalization for communications, content, products, and services since the introduction of  customer relationship management (i.e., CRM) and database marketing. Within the context of segmentation, there are a variety of applications, ranging from consumer demographics, psychographics, geography, digital behavioral

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Decision management, machine learning, and digital marketing

A typical day brings countless business decisions that affect everything from profitability to customer experience. What is a reasonable price point? Which audience segments should I personalize offers for? When should I recommend specific content earlier in a customer journey? Daily decisions like these can alter the trajectory of a

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Model management for competitive differentiation [Part 1]

The universe of customer experiences, digital analytics, personalization and decisioning is massive. At times, it can seem as complicated and vast as the galaxy itself. With intricate subjects underneath this umbrella, you can lose direction, wander aimlessly, or feel a misleading sense of success or failure. When you lose vision,

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: A look inside the black box of machine learning [Part 3]

In parts one and two of this blog posting series, we introduced machine learning models and the complexity that comes along with their extraordinary predictive abilities. Following this, we defined interpretability within machine learning, made the case for why we need it, and where it applies. In part three of

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SAS Customer Intelligence 360: A look inside the black box of machine learning [Part 2]

In part one of this blog posting series, we introduced machine learning models as a multifaceted and evolving topic. The complexity that gives extraordinary predictive abilities also makes these models challenging to understand. They generally don’t provide a clear explanation, and brands experimenting with machine learning are questioning whether they

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