Your CMO dashboards show you what works and where you should put more effort, while helping you speak the language of data. So what insights should be included in them, in the sea of possibilities an data points? We tell you in this article.
Tsvetomira PetrovaPublished posts 45 Tsvetomira is a marketing copywriter with a passion for everything digital, advertising, and content marketing for a wide range of topics in the industry. As part of the Infragistics team, her primary focus is Slingshot, so safe to say you can expect her wordsmith skills put to use for any updates, hot scoops on the product and everything around it, and advice for users so they can best optimize their use cases. When she steps away from the keyboard, Tsvet can usually be found hiking, going to concerts, or spending some quality time with the nearest available dog.
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