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Operational Business Intelligence: Five Things You Need to Know About Improving Your Customer-facing Performance

Source: Aberdeen Group
According to a recent study, 82 percent of respondents are cutting budgets in response to the current recession. Companies are attempting to increase customer loyalty to reduce customer churn at a time when the customer relationship may be the only reliable source of revenue. Discover how operational business intelligence capabilities can help top-performing companies better focus on operational processes and performance.


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