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Using data analytics as the Loyalty Design engine to maximize loyalty kpi's

The driver behind most loyalty program reviews is a general sense that the current loyalty benefits are not performing well. The opinion is usually formed from a patchwork of observations, for example churn is increasing, redemptions are decreasing, share of revenue is flat, or overall costs are escalating – just to name a few. This article provides an overview of the LoyaltyLevers Foundational Analysis, which provides a fact-based view of Loyalty program performance with loyalty KPI’s across the three crucial questions:
• Is the program activating engagement among the members?
• Driving profitable behavior?
• Building loyalty sentiment and an emotional connection?

The LoyaltyLevers Foundational Analysis is a key part of the Discovery process. You can find more information here on the full loyalty design process and how this critical piece fits in. 

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LoyaltyLevers Balanced Scorecard:  Measuring Behavior Changes

As noted in Loyalty Measurement: C-Suite Needs a Balanced Scorecard, executives need a balanced presentation of results to gauge program performance.   As part of that, loyalty practitioners must measure and optimize the incremental impact of their programs. LoyaltyLevers Balanced Scorecard provides a unique solution to the challenge of causality.  This article goes deeper into measuring Behavior changes and translating that into an estimate of incremental margin attributable to the program.

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Loyalty Measurement: C-Suite Needs a Balanced Scorecard

Ask your loyalty program owner to report out on their program results, and you might hear answers like “It’s hard to measure ROI”, “Redemptions are improving” or “Total revenue is up!”.  This article is written especially for the busy CEO, CFO or CMO who wants a reliable yardstick, and it outlines the LoyaltyLevers Balanced Scorecard which provides a unique solution to measurement and optimization.

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Most loyalty programs are poised to miss this moment of opportunity

Have no doubt, this is a moment of opportunity for loyalty programs. Data privacy laws continue to tighten, which only increases the importance of first party, permission-based data. Consumers know the importance of their information, and loyalty programs can provide an important value exchange for the permission to use it. Presto -- loyalty programs are now becoming THE foundation to all data driven marketing, quite a turnaround for what brand marketers once viewed as a promotional side hustle.

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