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Tableau Expands Data Capabilities With AI-Driven Insights

Tableau Software has released new data capabilities with the addition of Explain Data, which aims to enhance statistical analysis and help users gain AI-driven insights from their data. The company said that the new capability uses statistical methods to determine potential explanations for what could be influencing a data point, while providing further understanding of that explanation with interactive visualizations.

Top Quotes From #B2BSMX

We're still coming down from the high of the excitement at our first-ever B2B Sales & Marketing Exchange at the Encore Boston Harbor resort last week. With so much great content under one (very fancy) roof, there was no shortage of actionable advice and quotes-to-live-by to bring back to the office. 

In case you missed out on the fun, we've rounded up some of the best quotes, one-liners and takeaways from #B2BSMX from our esteemed speakers. 

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Marketers: Flip The Funnel And Gain Newfound Confidence With Data

ChrisEmme MDAmericas EyeotaWhile probably 90% of marketing professionals use data when activating their programmatic media campaigns, only a small percentage of those marketers are likely to say their data needs are met completely. That’s because data seems so overwhelmingly complicated that they are reticent to dig in — and just as reticent to ask questions of their partners and agencies.

Measuring Marketing ROI: 3 Data Strategies To Maximize The Output Of Your Marketing Team

AllocadiaMarketers’ jobs have become remarkably complex in recent years. There are more technologies to choose from than ever before and millions of data points can be collected in an instant. Also, with fiscal accountability on the rise, there is immense pressure to show a quantifiable value for each marketing decision. With all of this in mind, it is easy to default to engaging via more activities, programs and channels and hope that something sticks.

5 Steps To Using Data To Unleash Your Account-Based Marketing Success

WolframThe central tenet of ABM is that you choose your customers. It’s the flip side of inbound marketing where clients find and select you, drawn to your business by insightful, relevant content. While inbound marketing casts a wide net, catching everything that swims by, ABM is like spearfishing — you only aim at the fish you want.

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