HOUSTON, TX – October 28, 2019 – In our switched-on world, where digital interaction is present virtually every moment of an individual’s life, we now have the tools to peer into the future using data—not crystalline—to see where our business is going.
Predictive analytics is the process of using new and historical data to foresee the result, activity, behavior, and trends of our consumer base. It is the key that is making successful businesses…successful. Enterprises primed for growth in today’s hyper-competitive marketplace are using predictive analytics to gain a deep understanding of the customer base to maximize revenue, efficacy of marketing budgets, and, of course, profits.
So how can you unlock the benefits of predictive analytics? CMO Adriana Lynch shares key predictive tools and how to deploy them for healthy business growth in the full article on the CPGmatters website.
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Chief Outsiders, LLC is a nationwide "Executives-as-a-Service" firm, with 70 part-time, or fractional, Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) engaged from coast-to-coast. Unlike other strategic marketing and management consulting firms, each CMO has held the position of VP Marketing or higher at one or more operating companies. Chief Outsiders have served on the executive team of over 800 client companies to drive growth strategy and execution plans for a fraction of the cost of a full-time executive.
Because of its market-based growth plans, quality of leadership, and experienced team, Chief Outsiders has been recognized for the past six years by Inc. Magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the US, and was recognized in 2019 as a Forbes Small Giant. Chief Outsiders’ CEO Art Saxby and Principal Pete Hayes are the co-authors of “The Growth Gears: Using a Market-Based Framework to Drive Business Success,” an Amazon #1 best-seller for business owners and CEOs. For additional information about the companies who trust Chief Outsiders as their premier source for business growth acceleration, click here.
Topics: consumer products, News, Consumer Goods10.28.2019