How to develop a micro-conversions measurement environment

It’s normally easy to achieve a long term objetive if you can break it into short term goals. There’s a big different in arriving to your office with the idea you have to increase your company revenue in 20 percent and arriving to your office with a list of 5 tasks you have to perform in order to drive the company 5% closer to its objetive. Right? It’s great having a long term vision, but that’s for the C level, they are in charge of the company vision. Once that the future is clear enough it’s time to complete the

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The objetive and the real objetive

Since companies are systems, and systems are a set of objects interacting together with a common objetive, the most important thing to understand companies is that objetive. The objetive is everything to understand how a company works, because it defines the way all the “objects” in that organization interact in order to reach it. You can have all the parts of a car, just the right combination of location, adjustments and functioning will make that those parts becomes an vehicle that can transport people. So, if the objetive is so important why some companies don’t define it or communicate it

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The Data Driven culture componen for startups

Two years ago I’ve been invited by Lorena Suarez to be part of the mentors that help Wayra’s startups improve their analytics skills. At the beginning I was a little confused since I normally work with big companies that not only have an information caos but in several cases they don’t have a data driven culture, which is normally the biggest problem. When the information began to abound big companies started a chase to get the best scientist/Analysts to solve the problem. Later on they began to notice that the problem was not getting solved and the confusion turned no

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The US ICT Market optimistic about Analytics and BI investments

According to a report by Forrester Research the total Total U.S. ICT market in 2011 was $962B with the majority being generated from software sales ($208B) followed by Telecom Services ($199B) and IT Consulting and Systems Integration Services ($188B). The following graphic show the U.S. ICT market for 2011. Forrester forecast for analytics and BI are more optimistic.  When customer experience and engagement is taken into account, the forecast seems high. Salesforce knows how to translate trial users into customers. The question is can they do this fast enough in 2012 throughout the enterprise and mid-tier accounts to keep up their

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Social Analytics the key responsable for making real time marketing come true

I was reading a very interesting research by eMarketer that begins this way ¨Marketers know the value of social data but interpretation remains a challenge¨ and I thought, are we still having the same problems than 10 years ago. I mean, we are not talking about Social Analytics, a pretty new work in ¨the block¨ but at the end the day it´s the same thing. 1. The digital era fill the desks with information: Well, even when this is totally true we can complain about it. Come on, we are talking about it for more than 10 years and is

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