Big Fish Games

How knowing your customers keeps you ahead of the game!

Published on 1 Oct 2015

With IBM Analytics solutions, we are increasing customer engagement and loyalty, and attracting new users.

David Darden, BI Engineering Manager, Big Fish Games

Customer
Big Fish Games

Industry
Media & Entertainment

Deployment country
United States

Overview

Founded in 2002, Big Fish Games is the world’s largest producer and distributor of casual games, delivering more than 2.5 billion games to customers in more than 150 countries from a growing catalog. Big Fish is headquartered in Seattle, WA, with regional offices in Oakland, CA, and Luxembourg.

Business need
In the ultra-competitive mobile and online gaming industry, the ability to identify loyal clients and reduce customer churn are key factors to success.

Solution
With deep insight into customer behavior, Big Fish Games can now continually fine-tune existing games and the development of new releases to give audiences more of what they want.

Benefits
By optimizing the player experience, the company enhances customer engagement and loyalty, and reduces churn; responding faster to changing trends in the marketplace boosts competitiveness.

Components

IBM products and services that were used in this case study.

Software
IBM BigInsights for Apache Hadoop, PureData System for Analytics

Solution
InfoSphere BigInsights Enterprise Edition, PureData System for Analytics (powered by Netezza technology), , , , , IBM Analytics, Smarter Analytics, Information Management Foundation, Data Warehouse, Mobile

Legal information

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