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Indian marketers see acting on data in real time to be a challenge says a Resulticks report

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New research from shows that marketers in India rank the inability to act on data in real-time and the lack of an omnichannel marketing strategy as the two biggest challenges they face.

Omnichannel Marketing Readiness in India - A Research Report, finds that marketers rated personalization (75 per cent), a unified 360 degree customer view (64 per cent), and seamless customer journeys (37 per cent) as the three most critical initiatives for an omnichannel engagement strategy.

However, a majority of those marketers also noted that their existing martech platforms underperformed in key omnichannel capabilities such as multichannel execution and data consolidation.

The research commissioned by and conducted by Valuvox, surveyed 414 senior marketing executives across 17 industries spanning multiple business types and sizes.

"As new channels proliferate and consumers become more digitally savvy, India's businesses are challenged to transform how they engage with their audiences," said Redickaa Subrammanian, Co-founder and CEO of Resulticks.

"Those leading the transformation have embraced an integrated, truly omnichannel approach and developed the capabilities and insights to deliver, analyze, and individualize customer journeys in real-time and across touchpoints," added Redickaa.

Based on the omnichannel readiness reported by respondents, the researchers classified them as leaders, aspirants, followers, and others. Nearly all considered integrated marketing automation solutions and data integration tools as top priorities over the next three years.

When it comes to marketing channels, website and email remain dominant in the Indian marketer's omnichannel mix, followed by SMS and in-person interactions. The leaders are adding new elements to their communication mix, which encompasses social media (54 per cent) as well as QR codes and beacons (28 per cent).

With businesses in India exploring possible technology offerings to support an integrated approach to customer engagement, they selected multichannel campaign orchestration (50 per cent), unified view of data across channels (43 per cent), and multi-touch attribution (27 per cent) as key priorities among the most critical platform capabilities.

The report offered recommendations for businesses looking to make a successful transition towards omnichannel marketing. Some of these include:

* Foster a data-driven organizational culture as a first step on the journey towards omnichannel customer engagement

* Adopt a goals-and-means approach to integration efforts and let desired business outcomes shape data and systems integration

* Take a phased approach towards implementing new-age digital channels to engage customers

Please click the link to download the report - https://www.resulticks.com/omnichannel-marketing-readiness-India-report.html

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First Published: Wed, June 17 2020. 23:32 IST
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Indian marketers see acting on data in real time to be a challenge says a Resulticks report

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India] June 17 (ANI/BusinessWire India): New research from Resulticks shows that marketers in India rank the inability to act on data in real-time and the lack of an omnichannel marketing strategy as the two biggest challenges they face. New research from shows that marketers in India rank the inability to act on data in real-time and the lack of an omnichannel marketing strategy as the two biggest challenges they face.

Omnichannel Marketing Readiness in India - A Research Report, finds that marketers rated personalization (75 per cent), a unified 360 degree customer view (64 per cent), and seamless customer journeys (37 per cent) as the three most critical initiatives for an omnichannel engagement strategy.

However, a majority of those marketers also noted that their existing martech platforms underperformed in key omnichannel capabilities such as multichannel execution and data consolidation.

The research commissioned by and conducted by Valuvox, surveyed 414 senior marketing executives across 17 industries spanning multiple business types and sizes.

"As new channels proliferate and consumers become more digitally savvy, India's businesses are challenged to transform how they engage with their audiences," said Redickaa Subrammanian, Co-founder and CEO of Resulticks.

"Those leading the transformation have embraced an integrated, truly omnichannel approach and developed the capabilities and insights to deliver, analyze, and individualize customer journeys in real-time and across touchpoints," added Redickaa.

Based on the omnichannel readiness reported by respondents, the researchers classified them as leaders, aspirants, followers, and others. Nearly all considered integrated marketing automation solutions and data integration tools as top priorities over the next three years.

When it comes to marketing channels, website and email remain dominant in the Indian marketer's omnichannel mix, followed by SMS and in-person interactions. The leaders are adding new elements to their communication mix, which encompasses social media (54 per cent) as well as QR codes and beacons (28 per cent).

With businesses in India exploring possible technology offerings to support an integrated approach to customer engagement, they selected multichannel campaign orchestration (50 per cent), unified view of data across channels (43 per cent), and multi-touch attribution (27 per cent) as key priorities among the most critical platform capabilities.

The report offered recommendations for businesses looking to make a successful transition towards omnichannel marketing. Some of these include:

* Foster a data-driven organizational culture as a first step on the journey towards omnichannel customer engagement

* Adopt a goals-and-means approach to integration efforts and let desired business outcomes shape data and systems integration

* Take a phased approach towards implementing new-age digital channels to engage customers

Please click the link to download the report - https://www.resulticks.com/omnichannel-marketing-readiness-India-report.html

This story is provided by BusinessWire India. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article

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Indian marketers see acting on data in real time to be a challenge says a Resulticks report

New research from shows that marketers in India rank the inability to act on data in real-time and the lack of an omnichannel marketing strategy as the two biggest challenges they face.

Omnichannel Marketing Readiness in India - A Research Report, finds that marketers rated personalization (75 per cent), a unified 360 degree customer view (64 per cent), and seamless customer journeys (37 per cent) as the three most critical initiatives for an omnichannel engagement strategy.

However, a majority of those marketers also noted that their existing martech platforms underperformed in key omnichannel capabilities such as multichannel execution and data consolidation.

The research commissioned by and conducted by Valuvox, surveyed 414 senior marketing executives across 17 industries spanning multiple business types and sizes.

"As new channels proliferate and consumers become more digitally savvy, India's businesses are challenged to transform how they engage with their audiences," said Redickaa Subrammanian, Co-founder and CEO of Resulticks.

"Those leading the transformation have embraced an integrated, truly omnichannel approach and developed the capabilities and insights to deliver, analyze, and individualize customer journeys in real-time and across touchpoints," added Redickaa.

Based on the omnichannel readiness reported by respondents, the researchers classified them as leaders, aspirants, followers, and others. Nearly all considered integrated marketing automation solutions and data integration tools as top priorities over the next three years.

When it comes to marketing channels, website and email remain dominant in the Indian marketer's omnichannel mix, followed by SMS and in-person interactions. The leaders are adding new elements to their communication mix, which encompasses social media (54 per cent) as well as QR codes and beacons (28 per cent).

With businesses in India exploring possible technology offerings to support an integrated approach to customer engagement, they selected multichannel campaign orchestration (50 per cent), unified view of data across channels (43 per cent), and multi-touch attribution (27 per cent) as key priorities among the most critical platform capabilities.

The report offered recommendations for businesses looking to make a successful transition towards omnichannel marketing. Some of these include:

* Foster a data-driven organizational culture as a first step on the journey towards omnichannel customer engagement

* Adopt a goals-and-means approach to integration efforts and let desired business outcomes shape data and systems integration

* Take a phased approach towards implementing new-age digital channels to engage customers

Please click the link to download the report - https://www.resulticks.com/omnichannel-marketing-readiness-India-report.html

This story is provided by BusinessWire India. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article

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