Brands understand that listening to their customers is central to success, but many struggle to deliver value from their Voice of the Customer programs. Here are 7 best practice tips to help you succeed in VoC…
Brands have been running Voice of the Customer programs for years, but customer experience has generally not improved. How can brands make sure that their VoC programs deliver ROI?
One of the biggest challenges for Voice of the Customer (VoC) programs is ensuring that they deliver tangible ROI for a business. How can they go beyond simply collecting feedback to drive real action? We explore how two major businesses are achieving VoC ROI.
Given the importance of understanding what consumers want, most brands focus heavily on listening to the Voice of the Customer (VoC). Research carried out for Eptica found that 78% of companies measure customer satisfaction, but that they struggle to get real value out of their programs. Here are 3 ways to deliver real value from Voice of the Customer insight....
Trends such as digitalization, the rise of the experience economy and globalization are impacting every market. Network effects and the internet mean that businesses can now operate at greater scale, serving more consumers in more countries than ever before. This is leading to a ‘winner takes all’ world where gaps are growing, even between top organizations
Businesses have been running Voice of the Customer (VoC) programs for some time, but in many cases overall customer satisfaction has actually deteriorated. Part of this is due to rising consumer expectations, but it is also due to a failure of VoC programs to deliver a real return on investment by driving significant changes in the business.
Do you really know what your customers think of the experience your business is delivering? At this year’s Gartner Customer Experience & Technologies Summit , analyst Ed Thompson explained that there is often a wide gap between what consumers expect and what companies are delivering, while outlining 10 steps to improving CX.
Getting the technology right is an important aspect of delivering on your customer experience (CX) goals. But any investment in new technology will be competing against multiple other disciplines for budget and management time. Building a strong business case is therefore essential.
All organizations understand the importance of customer experience to the bottom line. CX is at the heart of differentiating yourself from the competition, whatever sector you are in, and key to retaining customers. How can CX teams demonstrate ROI in concrete terms?
Customer experience has been front of mind for marketing and customer service professionals for a number of years, but does it really have a big impact on the bottom line?