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How is Big Data & Digital Transformation Interconnected?

[fa icon="calendar"] 14/08/17 09:15 by Editorial Team

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Big Data (BD) has altered things drastically for both large and big companies. Instead of resorting to general demographics and small focus groups to learn target market activities and behaviour, sophisticated firms can now get hold of particular data about customers and employees, thereby helping make necessary small changes to sales and marketing, and facilitating enhanced ROI.

The data could assist companies and present them with a working, research-guided solution. However, for several firms, the term ‘big data’ still goes over their heads. 

Big Data & Digital Transformation

Digital transformation assists firms adopt a different culture and stay competitive on a global platform. However, when firms go digital, the whole procedure is akin to losing some weight. Anything that’s significant cannot be achieved overnight. Similarly, bringing large data and your business strategies together and expecting to create a harmony of sort would not happen right away. 

BD lets firms make strategic, meaningful alterations that reduce costs and increase output. If you have a basic understanding of what your employees and consumers are up to, you could come up with projections for what their future action-plan would be, and start putting those alterations in play to take care of their requirements and your objectives. A digital transformation would never be complete without a company adopting the large data.

Discerning Goals

Some companies hear or read about the kind of information firms use in within their custom digital strategies. This would never furnish your company with a beginning point to pursue necessary apps. Every company is unique, and also their requirements to strategically view both long- and short-term goals. 

Know the major challenges there are in the market. Equipped with a goals and challenges list, organisations could start breaking down large data into useful insights that would drive success. Stay away from resorting to non-specific objectives such as wanting to maximise profits or bottom line. Instead, try overcoming specific hurdles and meet goals to:

• Change or enhance customer experience
• Better employee workflow for enhanced productivity
• Find out hurdles faced by customers in the global world for marketing professionals to look into
• Decrease expenses
• Retain customers

Locate the Correct Data Sets

You could procure handy information both in the marketplace and in-house. Your ERP and CRM tools provide substantial insights into employees and consumers, and deriving value from that information often only requires some knowledge about structuring a report.

You could also use online tools like Google Analytics and social media management applications to oversee brand interactions and consumer behaviour. Use your goal’s focus to inform data sets you used for addressing the issue.

If you could detect a metric that would impact your perspective to an objective, find it and put it to use. As questions surrounding that first goal increase, look for fresh data sets continually that could offer the material you require to come up with informed decisions. Don’t indulge in guesswork or do not rely just on logic for optimising your strategies. Look around for tools that would offer you the reports required to make sound judgements.

Categories: Big Data

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