The key to what happens next lies in what’s already happened

How to use behavioural modelling to understand why customers behave in certain ways, and predict what they’ll do next.

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How to use behavioural insights to maximise positive marketing outcomes

We can’t change the past, but we can learn enough from it to influence the future. This is the basis of predictive customer journey analytics, also known as behavioural modelling.

Take a deep dive into behavioural modelling in our free eGuide, where you’ll discover:

  • The types of data needed for predictive customer journey analytics
  • Examples of behavioural modelling in action
  • The benefits for marketers and the wider business

Discover why it pays for marketers to look to the past to learn about the future.

Identify past patterns

Crunch transactional and behavioural data to spot trends in customer behaviour.

Understand ‘why’

While there are many tools to tell you ‘what’ has happened, understanding ‘why’ is far more valuable.

Behavioural features

Learn about the three types of behavioural features, from simple metrics to complex sequences.

Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.”

- George Santayana

Identify previous behavioural patterns to recognise similar patterns today and steer customer journeys to maximise the benefits for your customers and your business.

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