Teradata launches customer journey analytics solution

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Marketers looking for more insights into how individual customers behave have a new tech solution to help them out, as big data analytics company Teradata unveils a new customer journey analytics offering.

The Teradata Customer Journey Analytic Solution gives marketers the ability to focus on the behavioral paths of each individual customer to determine the best interactions and consistent brand experiences across channels.

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"Managing every customer as an individual, based on their interactions with your company, requires not only the integration of different types of data but understanding it through the application of complex multi-genre analytics,” Dan Harrington, EVP, consulting and support services, Teradata Corporation, said in a statement. “Even the best-known companies feel this is a 'boil the ocean' project – making sense of billions of events for millions of customers, in real time. This challenging situation is where Teradata alone thrives.”

The new solution integrates customer data in real-time, giving marketers a complete view of individual customers by integrating that data regardless of where the data is generated or stored. The Teradata Customer Journey Analytic Solution also captures real-time digital and offline interactions from the web, mobile or payment systems.

Pathing analytics are leveraged to string customer events together, providing marketers with a unique behavioral view of each customer and delivering personalized, individual messages to them. The solution also enables a wide range of advanced predictive, descriptive and prescriptive analytic techniques, with machine learning to aid in real-time decision-making, according to Teradata.

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"Our Customer Journey Analytic Solution is the embodiment of Teradata's proven experience in the field with some of the world's largest and most innovative customer-centric companies,” Harrington said. “It gives marketers a comprehensive view of their customers, based on each person's individual interactions, so that they can provide the right help at the right time."