Operation successful, patient dead… this is the direction we are heading to at the moment withing the topic customer experience. We need to awake and change something. It is not a risk to do so, it’s a great chance!Operation successful, patient dead… this is the direction we are heading to at the moment withing the topic customer experience. We need to awake and change something. It is not a risk to do so, it’s a great chance!
It’s all about the brand at the end of the day. We see very strong brand guidelines within companies, but they crumble. Do they crumble because of the customer?
What are operational silos, why do they occur and how can they harm customer experiences?
#CustomerJourney is a process and the point where someone is in his path to purchase for example. It is not a perception what a experience is more to be.
Let’s be different… >>>Trashing sales & marketing departments >>> Change from B2B & B2C to E2B >>> Read more…
From the how to the why with an insight in the future of Customer Experience Management in the Sneaks at the #AdobeSummit. The journey restarts now and first of all we need to change our mindset to get into this future.
In order to create amazing customer experiences, companies need to ensure that they have the appropriate bedrock in place to enable brand and culture to be successfully integrated. In this article, we will discuss the three primary foundations – purpose, promise, and values.
Jeff Bezos talked to fellow Amazonians about how they maintain the culture of constantly delivering the best possible experience for their customers.
In 2015 DHL Freight rolled out a model for customer experience maturity measurement to provide a platform for CX improvement, which would prove highly successful.
At the end of the day the process needs to questioning the company structure and if it’s contemporary to still have sales and marketing departments or corporate goals for employees for example.