7 Ways Cohort Analysis can Optimize Company Performance and Results

Mind the Product

Cohort analysis is often overlooked, but it can yield insightful information and actionable advice to improve acquisition, retention and monetization. However, as we’re talking about cohort analysis, we’ll need to get a bit more specific about the type of cohort we’re interested in tracking.

Eight Tips for Effective Win-Loss Analysis

ProductCraft

Read more » The post Eight Tips for Effective Win-Loss Analysis appeared first on ProductCraft by Pendo. Best Practices Customer Feedback Product Teams Strategic Planning Win-Loss Analysis

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Competitive Analysis to Competitive Intelligence: Evolving for Greater Product Management Impact

280 Group

For product management to build a better product and market it more effectively, competitive analysis must be used throughout an organization and, more importantly, be viewed as a strategic activity. The Importance of Competitive Analysis. Intelligence always follows analysis.

Product design is about cost-benefit analysis

Inside Intercom

Product design is about cost-benefit analysis. Here’s how I think of it: The cost-benefit analysis of features. The post Product design is about cost-benefit analysis appeared first on Inside Intercom. Product & Design cost-benefit analysis product design

How to Package and Price Embedded Analytics

analysis paralysis. Here, we’ll take a quick look at two proven techniques used by Software Pricing Partners: economic impact analysis. and competitive pricing analysis. Economic Impact Analysis is a helpful pricing technique. HOW TO PACKAGE & PRICE EMBEDDED ANALYTICS.

Product Manager Money Wheel Analysis

DevelopmentCorporate

The Money Wheel is a sales deal analysis tool for product managers. It is basically a combination of root cause analysis and cohort analysis and for sales deals. The post Product Manager Money Wheel Analysis appeared first on Development Corporate.

How to Ace Competitive Analysis

UserVoice

Because your competitions’ actions can involved so many aspects of your company’s tactics and strategies, it can be difficult to figure out who should “own” competitive analysis. Product management is one logical landing place for competitive analysis, as they “own” the product and therefore should be optimizing it to be as competitive as possible in the marketplace. Providing a regularly scheduled competitive analysis bulletin also ensure you have everyone’s attention.

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Using Win-Loss Analysis to Improve Sales Alignment

Pragmatic Marketing

As you look to get started, check out this previous Pragmatic blog post for some helpful tips and best practices about win-loss analysis Because you’re reading this blog, your role likely involves making purchases (occasionally or frequently) on behalf of your company.

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Using Win-Loss Analysis to Improve Sales Alignment

Pragmatic Marketing

As you look to get started, check out this previous Pragmatic blog post for some helpful tips and best practices about win-loss analysis Because you’re reading this blog, your role likely involves making purchases (occasionally or frequently) on behalf of your company.

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Podcast: Mastering Business Analysis

Mironov Consulting

Dave Saboe hosts the Mastering Business Analysis podcast series. Featured Events Jobs Market Thinking Organizations Requirements analysis outcome output product management product owner roles value

5 Early Indicators Your Embedded Analytics Will Fail

share analysis, and connect new data sources to the. to do their own analysis? Updating your application’s dashboards and reporting features. may feel optional—until suddenly it’s not. Watch for these 5 signs. that you’re at risk for an analytics emergency. Early Indicators.

Creating a Competitive Analysis Matrix

Actuation Consulting

How to Use a Competitive Analysis Matrix. Recently we’ve discussed the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis. This tool is the Competitive Analysis Matrix. A Competitive Analysis Matrix is usually presented in a spreadsheet format. How the Competitive Analysis Matrix Works. The purpose of the Competitive Analysis Matrix is to identify gaps in your competitors’ offerings.

Funnel Analysis: Ultimate Guide for Product Managers

UXCam Bluespace

An optimized conversion funnel analysis is critical for your product’s success. Insights Product Management

Building an API for powerful customer data analysis

Inside Intercom

The post Building an API for powerful customer data analysis appeared first on Inside Intercom. Today we’re delighted to launch our brand new API version 2.0 , which makes it easier for our customers to pull, analyze, and update Intercom contact and conversation data.

Win-Loss Analysis: Process & Lessons Learned

DevelopmentCorporate

Win-Loss Analysis is a market research technique companies can use to discover key learnings from customers and prospects. A recent survey found that out of 1,700 product managers surveyed, only 25% reported doing win-loss analysis. Product Management Win-Loss Analysis

Monetizing Analytics Features: Why Data Visualizations Will Never Be Enough

for analysis, embedded analytics puts data in context of the applications users already love. MONETIZING ANALYTICS FEATURES: Why Data Visualizations. Will Never Be Enough. Go beyond basic embedded dashboards to diferentiate your. application and maximize the value of embedded analytics.

Types of Data Needed for a Successful Win/Loss Analysis

Pragmatic Marketing

A win/loss analysis is one of the most critical analyses that a product marketer can create to benefit their teams. All of your teams will benefit from the win/loss analysis you produce. It’s essential to incorporate both quantitative data and qualitative data into your analysis.

Types of Data Needed for a Successful Win/Loss Analysis

Pragmatic Marketing

A win/loss analysis is one of the most critical analyses that a product marketer can create to benefit their teams. All of your teams will benefit from the win/loss analysis you produce. It’s essential to incorporate both quantitative data and qualitative data into your analysis.

How to Conduct an Effective Competitive Analysis

ProductPlan

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How Cohort Analysis Can Increase Your Conversions

AB Tasty

This article was originally posted on AB Tasty as How Cohort Analysis Can Increase Your Conversions. This is a guest post by Charlie Carpenter, co-founder and CEO of Kite. Anyone running an eCommerce site – or, indeed, Read more.

Why “Build or Buy?” Is the Wrong Question for Analytics

functionality, more flexibility in their analysis, and more. WHY “BUILD OR BUY?” IS THE WRONG QUESTION FOR ANALYTICS Introduction.1 When to Build Your Own Analytics. 2 When to Buy a Bolt-On Solution. 6 When to Take a Combined Approach. 9 About Logi Analytics.

How to Beat Your Competitors with a Competitive Analysis

The Product Coalition

No matter what you’re selling, chances are high that someone else is offering a similar — possibly even the same — product or service. Continue reading on ProductCoalition.com ». competitive-intelligence startup growth-strategy marketing ux

The importance of knowing user intent when conducting behavior analysis

Userzoom

The post The importance of knowing user intent when conducting behavior analysis appeared first on UserZoom. When trying to understand customer behavior on your website, a true intent study can help you uncover your visitors’ intentions.

Analysis: The Tech Stacks Growing 9 Neobanks

The Product Coalition

Analysis: The Tech Stacks Growing 9 Neobanks was originally published in ProductCoalition.com on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. Neobanks are on the rise.

Growth through segmentation: lifecycle analysis to understand your users

Mixpanel

This blog post will cover 2 kinds of segmentation analyses you can run to help you understand your users better : Lifecycle analysis : breaking down your active users into new users, retained users, and resurrected users to understand how your user base is growing. Lifecycle analysis.

How Product Managers Can Learn to Love Reporting

Speaker: Eric Feinstein, Professional Services Manager, Looker

He will discuss working through personas, data types, reporting needs analysis and ultimately how this comes together to form a roadmap for reporting functionality and interface. For a long time, Product Managers have found it challenging to design interfaces inside their products that users could use for reporting. It seems like PMs and engineers have grown to hate embedded reporting.

A simple and comprehensive guide to value chain analysis

Cacoo

a good place to start is with a value chain analysis. A value chain analysis is, therefore, a visual representation of the business activities that go into producing a product or service from start to finish. Tips & Tutorials value chain analysis

How Technographics Enables Intelligent Competitor Analysis for E-signature Providers

DemandMatrix

Businesses are collaborating more today than ever before. Global expansions and global growth opportunities mean that contracts can’t be relegated to one location anymore. Data Enrichment

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The ins and outs of funnel analysis

Aptrinsic

Funnel analysis helps determine the point in which users are dropping off of a series of events that leads towards a defined goal. Funnel Analysis There is a significant drop off of users who have created a survey, but not added any survey questions.

Introducing UXCam Funnel Analysis & Advanced Heatmaps

UXCam Bluespace

Introducing the newest update for the UXCam dashboard - Funnel Analysis. UXCam Updates

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Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

Win-Loss Analysis: It’s Rarely the Product

Proficientz – Product Management University

How much time should we spend on win-loss analysis? If there’s an enormous gap your product that addresses a problem everyone has, you don’t need any win-loss analysis to figure that out. Bottom line: Apply the 80/20 rule to your win-loss analysis. The post Win-Loss Analysis: It’s Rarely the Product appeared first on Proficientz - Product Management Training for B2B.

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Please Spend Time With Competitor Analysis

UX Studio

For this reason, competitor analysis represents one of the most easily accessible methods to get a product on the right track. Competitor analysis establishes what position in the market you occupy and helps you explore new opportunities to work on. Example from a competitor analysis spreadsheet. Competitor analysis is not about copying others’ solutions. After exploring all the competitors and assembling a huge spreadsheet full of data, do the analysis.

How to do a competitive analysis to differentiate your product

ProductBoard

We focus a lot on building a product or experience that best solves your customers’ needs. But of course, you’re not operating in a vacuum where you alone are trying to address those needs.

My Two Cents: A Robinhood Growth Analysis

The Product Coalition

My Two Cents: A Robinhood Growth Analysis was originally published in ProductCoalition.com on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. How a financial services startup acquired 4MM+ users in 3 years. You’re responsible adults.

6 Styles of Data Analysis and Visualizations

Get inspiration for your next dashboard update in this guide to the six styles of analytics and data visualizations.