First-Party Data

First-party data is information that an organization collects itself directly from users and customers, and which it owns. The data can come from multiple sources like a company’s CRM, social media, transactional systems, an advertiser’s web and mobile analytics tools, subscriptions and newsletter signups or marketing campaigns. It can also be taken from offline sources, e.g. in-person events or sales calls.

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Improve Consumer Experience in Healthcare with Analytics and Personalization: 3 Powerful Use Cases

By Karolina Lubowicka, Karolina Matuszewska in Healthcare

We believe that successfully enhancing patients' digital journey depends on understanding their preferences. That’s why it's crucial to base your digital strategy on reliable statistics and measurable data. In the United States alone, 96% of hospitals have switched from paper records to online portals to aid doctors track testing, imaging and visits, then offer patients […]

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Piwik PRO Signs an Open Letter Advocating for a Tighter ePrivacy Regulation

By Maciej Zawadziński, Karolina Lubowicka in Data Privacy & Security, News & Releases

Piwik PRO, together with twelve other companies, has signed an open letter urging EU Member States to include strong privacy safeguards in the new Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation (ePrivacy Regulation).The letter is an initiative of Articl8, an industry group of pro-privacy companies thriving in the face of fierce competition from businesses that harvest personal […]

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