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shermin sathi
Apr 09, 2022
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The topic I'll be talking about on day 2 - revenue - because there's so much more to this topic than I'll ever be able to say on stage... So if you're looking for a little extra reading, or want to gain a better understanding of revenue management, I'm about to cover:how it connects to technology and how to structure your strategy around it when adapting your business strategy for optimal revenue, you need to keep revenue effects and results in mind with every decision you make. Whether it's a/b testing campaign content for maximum conversions or changing your product offering based on consumer feedback, you need to strategize around proof and improvement. Of your income. Let's talk technology and the most important factor in making those decisions toward optimal Earnings is technology. In short, the tools you need to survive in today's consumer market are in your tech stack. But not just any technology, it company mailing list must be a technology that: tracks performance so you can see what's working (and what's not) and optimize accordinglygathers more customer data, so you can analyze and understand who they are and what they wantadapts with you so you can stay agile and adaptable as your business evolvesthe main purpose of your technology tools is to empower your business to produce better experiences for your customers so that you can generate better revenue for your business. Your tech stack today but the problem is that most people don't build their tech stacks with these principles in mind, I.E., They don't make tech decisions with maximum revenue in mind. Instead of choosing technology that analyzes and optimizes performance, creates a 360-degree view of customers, and scales with you, most tech stack builds look like this:consumer market source: chefmartec.Com are you a small business looking for a platform to manage your sales, crm, services, commerce or marketing, etc.? So you start by looking at the offers on the market. Between freemium services, enterprise solutions, specific tools and multifunctional suites, we feel overwhelmed. There are too many choices, and that's where the technology problems that plague businesses of all sizes begin. Begin faced with all of these options,
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