CDPs: Streaming vs batch?
Many Customer Data Platform vendors describe themselves as real-time, but not all support the real-time use cases that businesses want to execute. This article breaks down the technical capabilities required support real-time use cases and shares tips on how to identify the right CDP solution for your needs.
Get more value out of your loyalty data with the mParticle Paytronix integration
The Paytronix all-in-one digital guest engagement platform can now be easily connected to the mParticle Customer Data Platform.
Maximize the ROI of your MarTech stack with this six-step checklist
In today’s MarTech landscape, there is no shortage of tools you can use to engage with your customers and deliver personalization. But adopting tools alone by no means guarantees improved business outcomes. Here is a simple checklist you can use to increase the ROI of your MarTech stack.
CCPA Compliance with mParticle
Learn how mParticle's CCPA compliance tools can help you comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2020 (CCPA).
COVID-19: Best practices and strategies for maintaining business continuity
With increasing calls to promote social distancing by enabling remote work, many companies find themselves at a loss when they consider how they will ensure that the quality and access to their data remains unchanged during this period of uncertainty. Maintaining business continuity during COVID-19—and any future global events—requires brands to invest in both process and infrastructure that can democratize data and access when the majority of the workforce is remote.
mParticle LiveRamp for Targeting
mParticle LiveRamp for targeting enables customers to leverage LiveRamp’s industry-leading identity graph and exponentially expand their reach. Deliver privacy-friendly, world-class experiences at an unprecedented scale.
New platform features: Data infrastructure, quality, governance, and personalization streamlined
Creating an effective, clean data pipeline that helps you create better customer experiences, guides product and business initiatives, and manages your customer data end-to-end while complying with data privacy regulations is no short order. Never fear, new platform features spanning across data infrastructure, quality, governance, and personalization are here to help.
Empower your team with better access to data
Put your team’s trust back into your data. Create a Data Plan to build and maintain context around your data and involve the right people in data decision-making.
Data Master 2.0: Create a data flywheel
Introduce total data quality management and enforcement to your data foundation with new Data Master features and Calculated Attributes. With Data Master and Calculated Attributes, establish a source of better data that will create a customer data flywheel, where data quality and data’s impact on the product cycle will continuously improve over time.
2020 Predictions: Customer data management practices
When it comes to customer data, much has changed in the past decade. With 2020 quickly approaching, learn about the predictions that will set the stage for the coming decade and what you should do to future-proof your business.
The difference between CDPs, DMPs, and CRMs
Discover the distinctions between these three very different martech solutions and which uses cases is best suited to your chosen technology provider.
Omnichannel personalization with Profile API
mParticle's Profile API allows you to leverage comprehensive, omnichannel user profiles to create unique customer experiences for your users, anywhere you can make an HTTPS request.
Data Master 2.0: Ensure data quality
New Data Master features, now in Early Access, provide teams with an easy way to stop bad data at the source with data frameworks, data validation, and data quality enforcement.
How JetBlue improved their mobile customer experience
Learn how JetBlue uses mParticle to understand how customers experience the app on an individual basis, identify points of friction that affect customers' satisfaction, and test and deploy tools efficiently without adding third-party code that could impact end-user functionality