Analytics. Their purpose is to surface insights that help you manage and grow your business. The casual observer might think that all analytics are created equally; they aren’t. There’s a spectrum, with some more powerful than others. Below are four important categories of analytics – each more powerful than the next.
In a sales setting, predictive data might forecasts things like opens, clicks, and reply rates for a campaign based on past campaigns sent on the same day of week and at a similar and time.
On a sales team, each type of analytics is an integrated part of everyday life. Sales reps use descriptive email tracking data to understand what historic messaging has best engaged their audience at each stage of the funnel.
Managers use diagnostic analytics to understand how their teams are performing and pinpoint what the high-performing contributors are doing differently. Determining the cause allows them to coach the rest of the team to adopt the same strategy.
Teams with predictive analytics have a good guess about what their prospect’s response rate will likely be based on data from past campaigns.
And prescriptive systems guide teams in real-time telling them the exact steps to take to reach their ideal outcome (creating opportunities and closing deals).
Original Blog: https://smartsellingtools.com/prescriptive-analytics-yesware/
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