Everyone talks about the importance of the customer experience – from CEOs downwards. But what does it actually mean, and how does it impact your business? Based on Gartner’s definition, here are 5 key points to understand...
Understanding how your company is performing in terms of Customer Experience (CX) is a key part of benchmarking against competitors and identifying areas for improvement. But with over 100 commonly used metrics for measuring CX, how do you ensure you are covering all the bases when tracking CX performance?
Brands understand that consumer expectations are continually rising. They know that they must keep innovating and improving if they are to differentiate their customer experience and therefore thrive. However, knowing what they need to do, and actually achieving it, are clearly very different things, as the latest Temkin Group State of CX Management 2018 report shows.
Research shows that consumers want a balance between the human touch and technology - even on channels such as self-service, chatbots or messaging apps. How can brands deliver this?
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.
Brands understand that they need to listen to their customers if they are to deliver an engaging experience that drives loyalty and long-term revenues. That’s why they have invested heavily in Voice of the Customer (VoC) programs – however most existing VoC approaches have significant drawbacks which limit their effectiveness….
In today’s time-poor world, consumers increasingly pick who they buy from, and what channel they use, based on ease of use. This can be seen in the growth of local shopping at the expense of out of town supermarkets, as well as the rise of techniques such as Click and Collect that make it simple to pick up online purchases at a convenient location.
Talk of Big Data is everywhere, but it is increasingly moving beyond the hype cycle to deliver real results to businesses. To start with, let’s define what Big Data actually is, given there are multiple descriptions in the market. According to Gartner, Big Data is “high volume, high velocity, and/or high variety information assets that require new forms of processing to enable enhanced...