Mission: To improve reporting so businesses achieve more and waste less
Are you uncomfortable about the data that support marketing decisions? Worried that a blanket of mist obscures details you and your colleagues should have? Are you looking to transform the data so marketing takes better decisions?
Digital Marketing has certainly forced rapid upskilling. But when people don’t expect high fidelity reporting, lower standards can be tolerated without people realising.
Business Leaders can choose to change this situation. Finding out more about your options is a great start.
Sort Your Analytics so you’re..
- Confident the source data quality is good
- Measuring what matters to your business.
- Reacting as the environment changes.
- Filtering out irrelevant data.
Transform data so you can.
- Show risks & opportunities clearly.
- Banish jargon so everyone understands the situation.
- Removing useless fragmentation.
- Tailor reports to organisational roles.
Create reports that persuade the C Suite.
- Stop using reports that require an explainer.
- Provide the solutions Chief Officers seek.
- Stop relying on everyone making the meeting.
- Stop pasting screengrabs into slides.
Simulate before go-live so you’re confident.
- Risks have been mitigated
- The measurements are accurate.
- Failing reports can be changed.
- Go live results will be accurately reported.
Hi, welcome. I hope you’ve come here to explore.. Prepared to consider ideas that don’t conform..
Smart Marketing Reports tackles the real reporting challenges corporates face.
- Like sorting out data and analytics to produce polished reporting. Not just showing whatever data is available.
- Like cleansing and transforming the data to reveal vital insights.
- Like providing reports that explain the challenges and opportunities.
- Like containing risks by simulating measurements. Car companies always thoroughly test their prototypes
- Like sorting out Google Tag Manager given the central position it now occupies in measurement systems.
Why risk missing the target by relying on reporting systems designed for analysts or static slides that don’t supply the information required.
Have a look around – and if you’ve got a challenge you’d like to discuss – get in touch…