Throwback Thursday: Achieving Customer Experience Excellence
So part of the point of Throwback Thursday is to transport useful ideas and content from days gone by back to the here and now.
With this in mind, here’s a post from way back in the early parts of 2015.
It introduces what was then a new guide on achieving customer experience excellence through an engaged workforce.
While more than a year has past—what can be an eternity in the technology universe—this guide still has great information nuggets and recommendations that play to this day.
I hope you enjoy this week’s Throwback Thursday.
And, I invite you to take a look at the eGuide: Improving Employee and Customer Experience.
Product Marketing Guy
In today’s fast-paced world, customers expect companies to proactively respond to service concerns before minor concerns turn into legitimate, deeply entrenched problems. Being able to keep track of communications, and use that information in a collaborative, efficient manner improves both customer and employee experiences within a company.
Our latest E-Guide, entitled Improving Employee and Customer Experience, focuses on how businesses can use transformative workplace technologies such as mobility, social collaboration, and data management, to accelerate decision cycles, empower employees, and strengthen both customer relationships and track customer interactions.
Often times, IT organization focus solely on the end-user or customer experience of an application. While meeting customer expectations is essential, it’s very hard to accomplish if your employees are disconnected from services or products delivered to market.
An application platform approach to IT development enables employees to keep up with a 24/7 consumer culture with continuous improvement, rapid product introduction, and improved customer engagement. This approach empowers employees to experiment, take risk, and test new products and service lines, adding to their overall feeling of self-worth, while ultimately making them excited to deliver service to their customer base.
The guide illustrates how conversations no longer take place in silos, and instead, need to be tracked and monitored in a way that lets agents quickly gather information and respond to queries as they arise. These details, amongst others, will be discussed in-depth within this free resource. Download now!
-Mike Ingrisano, Media Relations Manager