What data do you need for customer-journeys analytics?

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This is the second post in the lean customer-journey analytics series. If you don’t know what it is, read the introduction to lean customer-journey analytics here. In this post, I will go into more detail about the data you need for the customer-journey analytics. Data sources Since customer journeys typically span multiple channels, we would […]

Lean customer-journey analytics on a shoestring

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In the coming weeks, I’m going to publish a series of more in-depth, technical articles with tips and example scrips for lean customer-journey analytics. Keep an eye on the blog or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter. Lean Customer-Journey Analytics The way customers interact with brands is changing rapidly. The customers’ paths-to-purchase consist of multiple […]

Rax/MySQL vs. Rax/Azure vs. Rax/Redhift

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Our SQL-backend family is contantly growing. Rax could already connect to SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL databases. Recently we have also ported Rax to two major cloud databases: Microsoft Azure and AWS Redshift. Now we can easily compare the performance of various database systems on behavioral data. Before Rax it was difficult, as each database vendor […]