Customer Analytics, Insights and Experience Forum 2016

16-18 February 2016

London Marriott Hotel, West India quay

The Customer Analytics, Insights and Experience Forum 2016 will address how customer data can be effectively transformed into valuable customer insights that drive smart business decisions. Ultimately, this will increase positive customer engagement and enhance overall customer experience.

A sell-out success in its previous run, this forum is expected to be one of the largest congregation of customer success thought leaders in Europe this year. This forum takes place from 16 – 18 February at London Marriott Hotel West India Quay and features a stellar line-up of regional experts from top companies such as Microsoft, Vodafone, Royal Bank of Scotland, Ebay Inc, Accenture, HSBC, TNS, Volkswagen, Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group.

You will hear about strategies to increase customer retention, purchase and consequently, customer lifetime value. You will also gain cutting-edge insights on how using real-time analytics and predictive analytics can transform your organization into an agile one that stays ahead of its customers.

Register on our website with the promotional code L6056CLOUD50 to enjoy £50 off the current conference fees. This discount is only for 2-day conference packages and above and cannot be used together with any other discount schemes. For additional info, you may contact Eileen Tay at [email protected]

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