Look in almost any industry sector and you’ll notice that the way software applications are deployed has changed radically with the rise of the Cloud. And this is just as true in the Customer Experience (CX) market. For those considering a move from on-premise to SaaS here are the 5 key advantages…
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By 2021, 15% of all customer service interactions will be completely handled by AI, according to Gartner. At the same time though, it’s important not to forget the human element in customer experience. How do you balance the two?
The UK retail sector is undergoing unprecedented change, with many long-established high street brands closing or having to cut back their number of stores. With all the pressures they are facing, how can retailers ensure that they are delivering the right experience to their customers?
Thanks to the rise of digital channels, brands now possess large amounts of personal data on their customers. Protecting this sensitive information is obviously vital, and will become even more important thanks to the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In today’s ultra-competitive world, senior managers understand the importance of customer experience to corporate success. 72% of companies surveyed by Forrester said improving customer experience was their top business priority, while in Gartner research, CEOs listed customers as their second biggest focus, ahead of workforce, and just behind growth. Commenting on the study, Gartner Fellow ...
Using social media for customer service has been around since channels such as Facebook and Twitter first sprang to prominence. The combination of being easy to use and very public forums mean that consumers quickly understood the power it gave them to interact with brands, with the aim of getting fast, accurate responses to queries and having their problems solved.