The Multichannel Convergence in the Gambling Sector Best Practice Guide, produced in association with IGT, examines how companies can significantly improve their business performance by taking a cross-channel approach to the customer experience and marketing activities.
Multichannel convergence is now a key driver of strategy within most operators, with most business leaders in this sector no longer needing to be sold on the opportunities. However, many organisations are struggling to overcome cultural, technical and data-related barriers to a truly joined-up customer experience and single customer view.
This report gives us a better understanding of how the latest technologies and marketing programmes have been welcomed and assimilated into the wider gaming ecosystem.
Those interested in this sector should also read Econsultancy’s Improving Mobile Casino Performance Report, also produced in partnership with IGT.
What you’ll learn from this research / report
In summary, the report:
- Summarises findings from an exclusive industry survey and in-depth interviews with senior executives from a range of operators in different countries.
- Documents case studies from a range of different companies both within the gambling sector and from other industries such as retail.
- Lists out actionable recommendations which are included throughout the report and collated in a concluding section.
- Enables operators to benchmark themselves with a maturity model for gambling convergence.
- Explains relevant consumer theory and draws on Econsultancy’s body of research relating to digital marketing and ecommerce.
Who should read this report?
This report is focused on identifying best practice approaches, techniques, challenges and opportunities in the context of multichannel and marketing convergence within the gambling sector. This definition incorporates multiple aspects of the sector including sports betting, casino operations, and bingo.
This research is suitable for marketers who wish to identify and commend best practice, to benchmark performance, and to help optimise convergence strategies.