The Enrich page

Example of the Enrich page

The Enrich page includes:

  • A row of Category tags.
    Used to subdivide the available algorithms according to the associated data type, for example, transactional or customer data.
  • The All and Active radio buttons.
    Enables you to view only active algorithms, if required.
  • Algorithm panels.
    Enable algorithms to be activated, and provide:

    • A summary of each algorithm.
    • Access to the algorithm description, configuration settings and execution log.

Note:
The Algorithm panels on the Enrich page may be subdivided into two groups. If relevant, the panels beneath the dividing line represent customizable algorithms, which must first be fine-tuned by a Contactlab data analyst to the relevant database, before they are made available for you to activate.

For more about deploying a customizable algorithm, please get in touch with Contactlab customer care.

Algorithm panels

Example of an algorithm panel

An algorithm panel includes:

  • The algorithm name, for example, Customer purchase preference.
  • The Activation switch .
    Appears green when the algorithm is active.
  • Algorithm category tags.
    Identifies, for example, the associated data types, such as transactional and/or customer.
  • The date and time of the last execution, and exit status, if appropriate.
    The exit status can be:

    • OK, indicated by a green check mark .
    • Not OK, indicated by a cross .

A gray icon  indicates that the algorithm is currently running.

  • The number of profiles that the algorithm has identified against the total number of eligible profiles that the algorithm can be applied to.
  • The algorithm Detail button .
    Provides access to the algorithm Description, Configuration settings, including Scheduling, and Execution log.

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