Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Audience Manager
We implemented Adobe Audience Manager to gain specific insights into customer behavior. This implementation was made across our marketing and sales teams in the organization as a way to better understand our potential and existing customers. One of our greatest concerns at the time was that we didn't have enough data on our customers until after they had made contact and/or made a purchase. We instead wanted to be more proactive, attempting to understand their buying patterns and interests and therefore serve them content that catered to where they were in the buying process. Using AAM allowed to collect and analyze this data, realizing an overall increase of close to 20% revenue per customer. We also saw an increase in web traffic using AAM.
- We are able to generate reports that provide valuable insights into potential customer behavior, allowing us to better focus our marketing efforts.
- By allowing us to understand who are key audiences are and how they overlap with other brands and products, AAM allows us to get a fuller picture of how we should target our audience.
- Reporting in AAM is wonderful in that it is easy to understand and exportable. The use of graphics and updates make it easier to share insights with various team members--even those with minimum experience in marketing and analytics.
- Overall, AAM is a great software but it is also expensive. I would advise those considering it to give time to the trial first before fully committing.
- Mobile analysis is not all that it's cracked up to be, with an inability to accurate track which mobile stats are unique. This might have changed since we used the mobile analytics.
- While the insights are great for sharing, training users on how to use AAM can be challenging as it doesn't seem geared to the average user. Perhaps Adobe can provide more robust training tools or suggestions to make this transition smoother.
- We have seen a near 20% increase in revenue on targeted customers through employing our insights from AAM.
- We have seen a better understanding by our sales team on how targeted marketing works in addition to the use of cold calling. This has made our sales team more productive and effective in generating and securing new business.
- We have elevated our marketing discourse in the organization, where marketing was previously relevant but not always front of mind. This has allowed members of the overall team to better understand how we can leverage data and marketing to grow our business.
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From a main user standpoint, we selected AAM due to my experience with it and our ability to easily integrate it with our currently system. While we evaluated the other options, it was Adobe's customer service and reputation that ultimately served as an additional reason to deploy AAM instead of other options. I cannot for certain say that it is 100% more effective or useful than the other options, but it has served us well. As with all potential solutions, evaluating what works best in your current environment will inevitably lead you to the right choice.
If you feel as though your online presence isn't quite hitting where it should, Adobe Audience Manager (AAM) might provide the insights to help you identify the areas in which it is lacking (the gaps). As a result, you can adjust your approach and optimize your customer interactions. With that said, if you currently deploy software for the analysis of customer data, you should consider whether AAM will add value. I would suggest setting some strategic objectives so that you can ensure that AAM will meet your current and future needs.