eringilliam: customer-journey*

Bookmarks on this page are managed by an admin user.

28 bookmark(s) - Sort by: Date ↓ / Title / Voting / - Bookmarks from other users for this tag

  1. If you’ve ever worked in the service industry I’m sure the chant “the customer is always right” still rings in your head. Customer service and the customer journey are not new concepts. However, the medium that customer service is carried out through today is new. With the eruption and growth of the internet over the past 20 years – the entire customer journey has been rewritten – no matter how long you’ve been in business or what industry you’re in. As the way we do business evolved, the customer experience evolved with it. But why has it been so difficult for businesses to transition?
    https://mopinion.com/why-the-customer-experience-should-be-your-main-focus-this-year/
    Comments - Voting 0
  2. The final discipline of growth banking is all about listening and acting on feedback from your customers. This discipline requires an understanding of measure and metrics. It requires a commitment to closed-loop feedback. And it starts with the decision to either build or buy a Voice of the Customer solution for your own organization.

    But it's important to note: having customer data and following up with individual customer and employee feedback is not enough to move your overall Net Promoter or Customer Loyalty scores.

    Yes, you will be improving the experience for customers who share their insights and experiences with you.

    But moving the overall scores will take a keen eye and a lot of analysis of customer insights. You'll need to pinpoint the one thing to do next to improve your business. Whether it's adapting a solution, adding a feature, or emphasizing a capability, it takes systemic changes to impact the experience of customer segments (or for all of your customers).
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/how-to-define-your-priorities-and-build-a-plan-for-customer-centricity/
    Comments - Voting 0
  3. f you want to grow your bank by acting on individual customer feedback, your success depends upon a fundamental principle—you have to engage and encourage customers to provide feedback. In this regard, we advise our clients to follow the five tenets listed below. Take note of each, because they'll help you maximize the quality and quantity of the feedback you collect.


    Keep your survey short.
    The optimum length for a post-transaction survey is two or three minutes. You should be able to get all you need from your customers in that length of time. (Any longer, and we’d argue you're trying to do too much with one feedback channel.)

    Read the full article.
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/designing-a-customer-feedback-survey-that-helps-you-and-doesnt-annoy-customers/
    Comments - Voting 0
  4. It has become all too common for B2B SaaS companies to survey their customers once a year through a moment-in-time customer relationship survey, with at least one section addressing the ultimate question of Net Promoter Score (NPS).

    Assuming the results are positive, the company then proudly presents their board with the survey results compared to industry benchmarks and proceeds with the board meeting. “Let’s move on to how many new customers you acquired” is likely the next agenda item.
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/saas-companies-implement-a-product-nps-program-in-5-simple-steps/
    Comments - Voting 0
  5. Your customer experience management (CEM) system is up and running. You are actively listening to your customers and have an impressive 20% survey response rate. You’re measuring NPS and CSAT, and real-time alerts are coming in. That’s great! All signs point to a successful Voice of Customer (VoC) program.

    But wait!

    Do your customers know that you’re actually listening to them?
    Most CX programs today gather customer feedback data and use it to inform company decisions; but not many are coming back to their customers to let them know that their voice was heard. Every survey response is a chance to either improve on a not-so-great experience, or to reinforce and continue building upon an already stellar experience.

    Your survey-taking customers are likely out there in the world wondering what ever happened to the feedback they sent you.
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/are-you-there-company-its-me-your-customer/
    Comments - Voting 0
  6. Over 150 customer experience professionals completed a PeopleMetrics online assessment about the presence, or absence, of customer-centric practices in their organizations. In our blog, we commented on the slow progress revealed by the trends in this data, with few disciplines improving over time.

    However, one exception to this stagnation in activities exists: the practice of customer journey mapping. On average, in 2014, one-third of participants (32%) said that their organization had practiced customer journey mapping as part of their customer experience improvement efforts. So far in 2015, the proportion of practitioners who say they are familiar with journey mapping has increased to nearly half (48%). That's a 50% growth in this activity in just a few short months.

    Read full article.
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/the-basics-of-customer-journey-mapping/
    Comments - Voting 0
  7. When entrepreneurs and early-stage founders want to make smart decisions with their customer data, they may use third-party tools such as Google Analytics, but in fact there are dozens of other software tools out there to think about.

    Those choices include business intelligence software, data warehouse software, customer service help desks, CRMs, attribution tools, heat maps and behavior marketing automation software -- all powered by customer data.

    In addition, when you combine some of these tools in the right way, you can harness behavioral data and user information to allow your marketing and product teams to facilitate your customers journey to conversion.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/323652/
    Comments - Voting 0
  8. A 360-degree customer journey is a set of ideas and methods meant to take you from vague promises of being “customer-centric” to a concrete process for measurably offering more value to customers. By better understanding individuals and groups of customers, you’ll find ways to make your products more useful and smooth out the buying process, building an engaged audience for your brand along the way.
    https://mopinion.com/360-degree-customer-journey/
    Comments - Voting 0
  9. By 2020, customer experience (CX) will overtake price as a key product differentiator. While there are many ways to improve CX – ease of use, innovation and speed are just a few – personalization has recently been found to be the #1 priority for organizations looking to improve their customer experience.
    https://www.business2community.com/customer-experience/3-ways-to-do-more-with-customer-experience-personalization-02134112/
    Comments - Voting 0
  10. "Growth for B2B is hard. It used to be that you could accelerate growth with huge customer acquisition. Ramping up your sales and marketing is not enough to sustain growth. Today, the best companies are growing through customer success. That’s why I interviewed Kia Puhm (@kiapuhm), CEO at K!A CX Consulting to talk about customer success."
    http://customerthink.com/transform-your-customer-journey-and-accelerate-growth/
    Comments - Voting 0

Top of the page

First / Previous / Next / Last / Page 1 of 3 Website Feedback News: Tags: customer-journey

Make sure to check out our other labels too:

About - Made with in Rotterdam

Mopinion: The Leading User Feedback Tool

Mopinion is a proud sponsor of Website Feedback News. The voice of the online customer is taking on an increasingly important role when it comes to improving websites and apps. So web analysts and digital marketeers are making more and more use of User Feedback Tools in order to collect feedback from the user. Mopinion takes it one step further and offers a solution to analyse and visualise user feedback results from your websites and apps wherever you need them. The real challenge for companies is not about capturing feedback, it is about how to make sense of the data.