Closing the Gap Left by Third-Party Cookie Deprecation
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COVID-19 increased the need for brands to improve digital experiences as customers were forced en masse to digital channels. A McKinsey report found that digital adoption increased 28% to 46% across many industries. These increases are expected to be permanent, causing organizations to re-think how they deliver hyper-personalized experiences across digital channels.
Find out how to create a customer journey that supports all your digital channels and gives your customers the best possible experience. This detailed architectural blueprint shows how organizations with Teradata Vantage™ and Celebrus can:
Third-party cookies that identify website visitors are increasingly being blocked. By 2023, 90% of web visitors will no longer be able to be profiled, according to AccuraCast. This challenges marketers to change how they track visitors, personalize customer experiences (CX), and optimize digital advertising.
If you already have hyper-personalization solved, how do you protect the years of investment from gaps appearing in your data? Or if you’re just setting out on the journey to hyper-personalization, how will you address the industry challenges ahead?
A Forrester study found that 80% of decision makers believe data-driven CX will yield business outcomes. However, more than 60% say capturing and making sense of digital customer data is difficult. Third-party cookie deprecation escalates this problem.
First-party identification and collection of every customer interaction are needed for real-time decisioning. These capabilities, along with customer analytics, are possible with a solution from Teradata and Celebrus.
We provide a solution for enterprise organizations to:
The financial services company was having difficulties getting the detail needed from its digital data to connect with certain customers. This barrier limited analytic insights, leading to challenges with digital identity management; abandoned applications and lost revenue. Teradata and Celebrus identified customers across channels and captured the context of digital interactions to improve customer journeys. This led to a $50 million boost in revenue, 5X increase in application completion, and a 50% increase in click-through rates.