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Customer Strategist provides executives with insight that leads to innovative strategies for building more profitable customer relationships. It facilitates learning and action by presenting the most progressive thought leadership and providing access to Peppers & Rogers Group and TeleTech's proprietary methodologies.
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No amount of technology will solve a problem if you don’t start with perspective. Otherwise, you may leave customers dizzy and frustrated.
It’s not clear whether sophisticated support capabilities will be enough to improve lagging customer satisfaction rates.
This timeline shows how far customer service has come in a relatively short period of time.
Author and customer service expert Shep Hyken maintains that rising customer expectations aren’t always aligned with improvements that companies continue to make in their service experiences.
Traditional, or dare we say “older,” companies willing to think differently can apply a start-up mentality to their legacy customer service operations to enhance and deliver the types of experiences customers now demand.
Economic shifts locally and globally are changing the entire sector.
Automotive retailer Bridgestone now refers to the customer as “the boss.” And keeping the boss happy is critical.
Humana's Customer Experience FastStart team focuses on eliminating friction from consumer touchpoints by creating customer-centered processes to accelerate new ideas, products, and process development.
Atom Bank's mobile-only platform is distinctly different than what most people think of when they think of banks.
In the world of e-commerce, May 19, 2016, could be considered a milestone. This is the date that the first major virtual reality department store opened, as a partnership between eBay Australia and Melbourne-based retailer Myer.
We engaged 51 consumers, contact center associates, and business leaders via online surveys and LinkedIn to share their own customer experience “moments of wow.” What we found were some common threads among these moments that can influence any business.
Here are seven customer service initiatives that fell flat or needed improvement, along with the valuable lessons they generated for improving the customer experience.
Employees working in different channels need the right mindset and intentions to create and sustain a high-performing, customer-centric culture.
Here, we share cartoons that take a slice of the customer service experience, both good and bad.