For both B2B and B2C, the age of the customer has changed the rules of engagement. Individuals and businesses alike expect superior experiences and for brands to know them early in their journey or before first contact.
Targeted campaigns, omnichannel outreach, account-based marketing and proactive cross-selling and upselling requires reliable customer data. Without it, your personalization and other strategic initiatives fail before they begin.
Stibo Systems’ CMDM provides data stewards unique capabilities to onboard, consolidate and cleanse disconnected data. Advanced matching and algorithm technology facilitates the creation of a unified view of the customer. You can proactively examine and create useful summaries, such as data patterns, missing data, metric scores, values analysis and data outliers. Businesses can perform data monitoring and root cause analysis and take corrective actions.
Businesses can effectively deliver on their 360° customer view strategy using CMDM. It provides a flexible, configuration-based data model that is capable of scaling to support general or complex data models, along with the relationships between data domains and hierarchies. Matching, linking and merge functionality identifies and handles duplicate records. With superior profiling, cleansing and enrichment capabilities, enterprises can drive 360° strategies that fuel CRM, ERP, ecommerce and other systems.
Stibo Systems makes the day-to-day maintenance and management easy so that you can expect more from your data. In addition to core capabilities within the solution – such as identifying outdated records, rules for governance, data validation – CMDM also extends functionality by leveraging third-party integrations and a growing partner ecosystem. Experian, Loqate and D&B are just a few best-of-breed partners integrated with Stibo Systems' CMDM to provide customers with enhanced data validation and enrichment.
Customer MDM bolsters regulatory compliance using effective data management that includes monitoring, enforcing and reporting. Companies can meet legal and industry requirements, such as GDPR, anti-money laundering regulations (AML), know your customer (KYC), banking industry mandates and more. By consolidating customer data across multiple systems, organizations can reduce reputational, legal and financial risks. They supply complete records across various systems and to numerous business units.