Corporate Innovator

Wondering how to really understand the impact and effectiveness of new marketing channels and campaigns? Need some solid data to underpin your assertions but afraid you’ll need a PhD in analytics? Look no further than Deftly to give you and your team an intuitive and flexible toolset, allowing you to seamlessly pull data from many different platforms into powerful visualizations.

Wondering how to really understand the impact and effectiveness of new marketing channels and campaigns? Need some solid data to underpin your assertions but afraid you’ll need a PhD in analytics? Look no further than Deftly to give you and your team an intuitive and flexible toolset, allowing you to seamlessly pull data from many different platforms into powerful visualizations.

Innovation is not for the Faint-Hearted

You are leading your company into 21st century marketing, and challenging the way things have “always been done here”. Not an easy assignment, and likely only one of many you juggle daily.

You believe state-of-the-art technologies and strategies are critical to where your firm needs to go, even if sometimes it feels like you are alone in leading the charge. But how can you be sure that the efforts and costs are justified? You want to remain agile enough to meet the changing business needs while demonstrating to the team your ability to focus on what is working and to abandon what is not.

Sound familiar?

Leading your company’s digital marketing innovations seems like it should be cheaper and easier than ever before – with the proliferation of cloud-based tools and a corresponding explosion in available data and marketing channels. But just because you understand how to bring creative marketing and messaging into the digital/social landscape does not mean you have a PhD in data and statistics. So how can you collect and present the metrics you need from the myriad of changing platforms, evaluate them within a meaningful business context, and use them to make rapid and defensible decisions?

You need a platform that gives you sophisticated data visualizations, complete visual customizability, pre-existing templates to leverage, and the ability to update regular reports and dashboards from all your marketing channels in mere seconds.

In other words, you need Deftly.

Powerful, Beautiful, Credible Data

Show customers their latest social media and sales data alongside the business context in an easy-to-build, interactive presentation format. Use fonts, graphics, logos and advanced charting to build a compelling, straightforward, and beautiful data experience for your customers. Chart data from a myriad of connected platforms, including custom data sets, to deliver the whole story. Offer full transparency of data sources and develop client trust with the ability to drill down into the data.

Run Regular Reports in Seconds

Report writing, data gathering and formatting can be quite time consuming taking up hours, if not days of employees time.  Deftly enables fast reporting and quick updating of existing templates.  Bring data together from all sources seamlessly and at a moment’s notice. Month-end reports, quarter-end reports, new versions of existing storyboard presentations: all of them mere clicks away. Move chart time spans across a report in one gesture, make last minute changes on the fly, click publish and you’re done. Customers stay engaged and informed and your staff moves on to their next task.

Easy to Learn, Simple to Use

Providing an exceptional customer experience has never been as streamlined or intuitive. Your staff develops proficiency in minutes rather than days, and customers experience an elegant, user-friendly modern interface with no more complicated logins to diverse platforms.

Enabling your clients to login to one branded agency platform where you have curated their campaigns and analysis across all inbound media platforms.  Because Deftly is a cloud based platform, you will never lose your data to employee turn-over.  And imagine being able to send the lastest flash report via a weblink in a text message.  The title says it all…simple to use.