Adobe Summit 2018 S901 - A4T Decoded: A is for Analytics, T is for Target

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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19-03-2018

Resources and discussion post for Adobe Summit 2018 Session S901:

A4T Decoded: A is for Analytics, T is for Target

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The slides will be attached to this post, and the recording will be linked to once available after Summit. Resources are as follows, and please reply to this post with any questions during and after the session: ·     

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Recording:

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Post session interview with Matt

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DMal

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DMal

DMal

27-03-2018

Can we get lift and confidence metrics for the test in workspace itself, avoiding the need to look at target reports ?

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DMal

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DMal

DMal

27-03-2018

Never mind - I just got my response on ’what lies ahead’

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LizaMVW

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LizaMVW

LizaMVW

27-03-2018

Matt,

How big is your team at WestJet (working with A4T) and Adobe Experience Cloud?

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LizaMVW

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LizaMVW

LizaMVW

27-03-2018

We have many report suites (one for each domain) so A4T is not that beneficial. I know you mentioned that multiple report suites are on the roadmap for a future release,  Is that soon or further than 18 months out.   Thank you

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joshuak123

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joshuak123

joshuak123

27-03-2018

Hi, do you have the slides for today's presentation? Thank you!

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mravlich

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mravlich

mravlich

27-03-2018

Hi. Our team is on the smaller side right now and is a branch of our UX Team. We are about 4 people but looking to expand out and also incorporate target for the native app.

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe

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02-04-2018

@joshuak123​ - I've just uploaded the slides as an attachment to the original thread.