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4 Benefits of Using an Omnichannel Platform in Your BDC

As I talked about in the article, Omnichannel Marketing in Your BDC, customer engagement is key. This type of marketing is customer-focused, allowing them to choose the best method of communication for them. There are several benefits your BDC can reap by using an omnichannel approach. Let’s take a look! 


         1. Enhanced campaign design, segmentation, and targeting

With omnichannel marketing you are able to collect more representative data in comparison to multichannel marketing. You are reaching your target market in a more effective and efficient way. 

You are able to determine patterns in your prospective customers’ behavior and tailor your campaigns accordingly. This improves your customer segmentation and targeting by allowing you to organize your campaigns by customer intent. This improves overall campaign effectiveness and messaging. 


         2. Improved data collection and analysis

As mentioned, you are able to gather better data from your marketing campaigns using an omnichannel strategy. You are able to compile data from various channels. This allows you to piece together patterns to determine customer behavior, interests, and intent. This makes future marketing efforts easier because you are only targeting customers in the way they wish to be contacted. 


         3. Cost Effective and Higher ROI

Any and all insights that you gather are data driven. Therefore you can determine which channels are more profitable. This tells you where and when to concentrate your marketing efforts. This leads to more customer engagement which inevitably leads to a higher return on investment. 


          4. Customer Centric Approach

With the customer’s needs in mind, this strategy delivers more consistent streamlined messaging across all departments and channels. Enhancing the overall buying experience for the customer. Since this strategy focuses on consistency, it gives the customer multiple opportunities to connect with the same brand messaging through the most relevant channel(s). 

       

          Conclusion

Omnichannel marketing isn’t going away. If anything, it is becoming more prevalent in today’s world. It is easy to see why. It saves both time and money, while providing a more streamlined pleasant experience for the customer. Why not make the switch? 



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