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A global leader in the vacation timeshare exchange industry was experiencing a high rate of attrition among its timeshare members
WNS leveraged predictive analytics to provide the client a better understanding of its members and predict their future behavior
WNS’ insights enabled the client to optimize marketing efforts, which arrested the attrition of timeshare members
One of the global leaders in the vacation timeshare exchange industry.
For hotels, member retention, especially retention of its timeshare members, is a key business imperative. Our client was experiencing a high rate of attrition among its timeshare members evidenced by either nonrenewal or cancellation of membership. The client was looking for ways to arrest the attrition of its timeshare members.
WNS recommended designing targeted marketing campaigns and promotional offers to increase member loyalty and retention.
For this, the client would need a better understanding of its member behavior. WNS enabled this with a predictive analytics-led approach, which comprised:
Creating detailed member profiles based on demographics, duration of membership and transactional behavior
Generating attrition probability scores for each member profile
Segmenting members into high, medium and low attrition groups based on the attrition probability scores
Identifying the drivers of attrition by deploying a logistic regression model
Predicting member behavior:
Leveraging these drivers of attrition to predict future member behavior
WNS' analytics-led approach revealed that 70 percent of those attriting belonged to the top three deciles of the customer base.
This insight enabled the client to design better-targeted marketing campaigns and special promotional offers to arrest the attrition of these timeshare members.