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inVentiv Health Communications, a purpose-built collective of agencies focused on supporting health and biopharmaceutical innovators, and Concentric, Inc., a software company, today announced an exclusive partnership to licenses a simulator technology that helps better develop marketing strategies and forecast outcomes. Under the agreement, inVentiv Health is the exclusive Concentric partner for the pharmaceutical, healthcare device and patient care/wellness sectors.
Back in 2014 a leading automaker worked with Concentric to plan the launch of a new model. The ABS recommended launching the new model six months earlier than the client had planned. In 2016 the automaker launched the new model as recommended; a year later it found that ABS had predicted monthly sales for the first year with 93% accuracy.
Attribution is a term that means all things to all people; but its complexity is often misunderstood. In this feature, ExchangeWire speak with Paolo Gaudiano, founder and CEO, Infomous, and attribution expert in his capacity as board member of attribution specialist, Concentric. Gaudiano explains how a ‘concentric’ approach to attribution is much more effective in understanding the individual and how that understanding can be scaled into marketing strategies.
Through this alliance, colleges and universities will benefit from Concentric’s agent-based modeling method to synthesize large data sets, and to apply the same strategic decision-making and predictive analytics frameworks available to business and industry. At the same time, the growth strategy advisors at Phoenix will help to advance the profile and prestige of higher education systems that, in recent years, have been buffeted by demographic and economic change, and new technological demands.
``We don't think there's a silver bullet,`` Katrin Ribandt said. And probably not a single methodology for measuring the ROI impact of all platforms in the digital space. But Ribant believes Havas, working with data cruncher Concentric, has reached a milestone on the road to more accurate ROI measurement across digital channels that are higher up in the purchase funnel than search.
There is a new approach evolving that I call simulation marketing in which machines, rather humans, analyze data. Concentric uses an altogether different approach called agent-based modeling in which they simulate not consumers, but entire markets. This allows marketers to come up with “what if” scenarios and test them virtually rather than in-market. Its models have proven to be over 90% accurate.
We start to see the potential of forcing analytics out of their comfortable silos. Agent-based models offer a tool for understanding how things might (not will) play out under different scenarios, including the possible outcomes of different marketing strategies.
Ten years ago maybe one in twenty prospective clients had heard about agent-based simulation. Today it’s about one in five. Ten years from now you’ll be able to buy shrink-wrapped agent-based simulation software at Staples. That’s why the future of innovation is simulation. Whereas before, we would sit amongst ourselves, decide how the world might work and test our ideas in the market, now we can test them in a virtual environment built by real world data at much lower levels of cost and risk.
The global strategic alliance matches Concentric's agent-based simulation technology with Nielsen's massive data assets and expertise, to help optimise clients' ad campaigns. Nielsen says its new simulation offering 'will replicate consumer and marketplace conditions, including earned, paid and owned media, competitive activity, product features, consumer perceptions and word-of mouth to mimic real-world marketplace dynamics.' Clients will run possible strategies through the simulation to see which generates the strongest return.