Three Key Strategies to Prevent Customer Churn with AI


    In order to maintain a healthy pipeline, it is essential to comprehend customer churn. The basis of all attempts to target new markets and product requirements is understanding how and why consumers leave, as well as what can be done to attract them back. Churn management has developed into a mission-critical task that enterprises rely on to understand the market as a data-driven process.

    There will inevitably be some customer churn in every business. No matter how excellent a company’s goods or services are, markets and consumers are constantly evolving. It is key to identify the perfect spot where they are not compelled to adopt an economically unviable business model of seeking out new consumers to replace existing ones. This challenge is not brand-new. However, today’s digital landscape enables people to examine consumer behavior at a more detailed level, calibrating the retention versus acquisition question to particular behaviors.

    Since it lowers sales and profitability, customer turnover has a substantial negative impact on firms. According to “New research finds not valuing customers leads to $136 billion switching epidemic” by CallMiner, unnecessary customer churn costs businesses $ 136.8 billion yearly in the US alone.

    Let’s glance at the customer churn prevention strategies used by Artificial Intelligence (AI) organizations.

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    Don’t perform data analysis in a vacuum

    Rarely do customers openly state that they intend to leave. With artificial intelligence, businesses can precisely identify the causes of customer churn. The benefit of using AI technologies is their capacity to replace black-box analyses and evaluate a variety—possibly millions of variables related to customer churn. Firms can use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to assess the importance of a wide range of variables underlying churn propensity, including sociographic variables like preferences and behaviors, firmographic variables like industry and decision-making power, and demographic variables like age and location.

    AI enables companies to take a holistic view of all customer interactions, including offline and online interactions, to identify churn signs in a world where customers use omnichannel channels to communicate with brands. Natural language processing-based solutions driven by artificial intelligence, for instance, can analyze sentiments and check for churn indicators in the tone and phrasing of customer reviews, emails, and even phone conversations.

    Determine which customers are about to leave

    Marketers must first determine which customers are attempting to depart to control customer churn successfully. When a customer’s expectations are not met, they switch to a competitor; that’s where customer churn ensues.

    With the aid of Machine Learning (ML), companies may go through enormous volumes of data in order to determine which customers are most likely to leave. In order to anticipate which types of customers are most likely to churn, marketers can identify certain profile traits like age, gender, income, the number of goods they purchased, and even which campaign they were exposed to. AI enables organizations to anticipate and resolve these issues before customers leave by identifying these signs.

    Also Read: Businesses Need to Empower Front-Line Employees to Reduce Customer Churn

    Put data hygiene first

    The biggest downfall of artificial intelligence tools is dirty data. Experts in machine learning and artificial intelligence often say that improving data by 10% has a more significant impact than increasing algorithmic efficacy by 100%.

    Duplicate data, mistakes might obscure their ability to determine the type and level of customer churn, and omitted information.

    According to IBM, over a quarter (27%) of corporate leaders are unsure about how much of their data is accurate. This could lead to catastrophe.

    The success of artificial intelligence requires good data hygiene. Prior to taking action and delving deeply into churn analysis, marketers must evaluate the quality of their data and set a reasonable baseline for their organization’s data hygiene. Before putting churn models into action, marketers should invest in data purification solutions if the baseline is inadequate.

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    Umme sutarwala
    Umme Sutarwala is a Global News Correspondent with OnDot Media. She is a media graduate with 2+ years of experience in content creation and management. Previously, she has worked with MNCs in the E-commerce and Finance domain