Don’t just focus on the past
In an industry that loves to collect and analyze data, pharma brands are increasingly pressed to use performance measurement to effect change. Common pharma analytics practices are notoriously focused on past behavior. But what if data analysis could lend insight about the future? Marketers who can predict what a healthcare professional will do—not just his or her track record—are better equipped to effect change. Enter Target Clarity®, an advanced research approach created by closerlook.
What is Target Clarity®?
Target Clarity® offers insight into the capacity of individual healthcare professionals to prescribe a particular product—whether they have reached their full prescribing potential or have room to grow. This strategic insight enables marketers to use selective targeting to design more effective, efficient campaigns.
What Target Clarity® means for marketers
Target Clarity® helps marketers more easily understand which targets to grow or maintain based on where they currently are on the path to adoption. Target Clarity® can help marketers move individual healthcare professionals from:
This informs the design of focused messages and campaigns, helping to encourage growth, increase brand loyalty and prevent sales loss.
Interactive Sales Aids
Customize the individual healthcare professional’s experience of brand content.
Communicate with healthcare professionals through a central content and service hub.
Backstage® relationship marketing technology suite
Manage your relationship marketing efforts with data-driven insight and action.
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