GreeSyS Helps You Keep Pace with Marketing Complexity
GreeSyS software and services enable agile planning, attribution, forecasting and optimization - across all marketing tactics. Online, offline, digital, traditional - with our customers, everything matters.
Manage Marketing Budgets
3rd party, unbiased
Simulates Consumer Behavior
Optimize online and offline marketing
Develop better sales and ROI forecasts
Move targeted consumers to action
Establish an agile, objective planning process
ROI of each tactic
Path to purchase analysis
Impact on purchase consideration
Marketing to sales performance
Attribution of each digital tactic to conversion events
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