Identity resolution — the process of connecting the growing volume of consumer identifiers to one individual as he or she moves across channels and devices – has become critical to marketing success. US consumers are projected to own up to 13 connected or networked devices by 2021, according to Cisco’s annual Visual Networking Index.
At the same time, consumer expectations for relevant, personalized brand interactions across all of their preferred touchpoints have risen just as quickly. Forrester Research found that nearly three-quarters of consumers react negatively to inconsistencies in brand experiences across devices.
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