Abstract: Recommender systems have become increasingly popular in recent years and are utilized in various areas, including movies, music, news, books, research articles, social tags, and products in general. Most of the existing e-commerce recommender systems have been designed to recommend the right products to users based on the history of previous users' transaction records. Thus, the recommendation system for marketing analytics is a subclass of information filtering system that seeks the similarities between users and items with different combinations.
This work focuses on content-based scoring, which aims to quantify the impact of content quality of promotional emails sent across to healthcare practitioners upon the immediate engagement.
An enhanced version of OCR is being used to extract the content from the digital media (i.e., scanned email images). The process has strived to detect the context and the localization of text information from the email and project it into a higher dimensional space with diffused information. At the same time, the pictorial features have been extracted via Morphological transformations and the HLS threshold algorithm. A semi-supervised K-Nearest Neighbor technique was implemented to extrapolate the distribution of the emails with known impact onto the ones with unknown engagement metrics due to the scarcity of performance data mapping being a significant challenge; this type of scoring system can help the business to provide more appropriate documents to suit a user's personal information need. The simulation results showed that our model could score relevant documents sent to users with higher precision than other non-hybrid information filtering models.
This approach can be extrapolated to various industries trying to optimize their marketing strategy for the digital end users. It will enable the process of getting instantaneous unbiased rating and will act as a guide to the content development team to create and publish relevant, impactful and decision-driven content. It can be used to personalize and aid precision digital marketing on the content while keeping the turn around time to minimum.
Bio: Nitin Ranjan Sharma has joined Novartis’s Hyderabad office on Feb 2021 as Manager. Nitin has a Data Science consulting experience with wide array of knowledge in Retail and Finance domain with 8+ years of industry experience and was involved in product development improving efficiencies and monetary output of the firms He has the technical skillsets ranging in Statistics, Machine Learning and Deep Learning (NLP and Computer Vision space) Prior to joining Novartis, Nitin worked with Publicis Sapient, EY and TGS. He has completed his B.Tech from MCKV Institute of Engineering (WBUT).