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  • Building a winning customer experience with an omnichannel approach

    Missy Heck | Oct 10, 2017
    Innovation is exciting. Constant advancements in technology and research mean there are so many different ways to make an impact on your customers—you can do it online, in-store, on mobile devices, through social media, and more. But turning those touchpoints into a seamless customer experience is easier said than done. To stay ahead of the curve, it’s critical to understand how each of these touchpoints functions, how they work together, and how to listen effectively to what your customers are saying along the way.
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  • Don’t trip up your brand experience—5 CX survey pitfalls to avoid

    Jennifer McKenzie | Aug 17, 2017
    Surveys are the driving force behind understanding the customer experience. Customers see surveys as an extension of your brand, and when done right, they can positively drive your business strategy. To position your CX program for success, we’ve got 5 common pitfalls to watch for in survey design.
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  • Streamline your unsolicited feedback for better insights and better business

    Charlie Moore | Jul 27, 2017
    Unsolicited feedback can give you insights your brand didn’t even know it needed. Customers can tell you aspects of their experience beyond what you’re asking in your surveys. Offering your customers an open-ended way to reach out to you is critical to running a successful CX program—but knowing how to manage that feedback can be a whole other animal.
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  • 3 tips for traditional retailers navigating a world gone omni

    Todd Leach | Jul 24, 2017
    If you work in retail and are lucky enough to find a moment to stand still, you might feel the ground moving beneath you. That’s because the seismic shift from traditional retail to omnichannel dominance has quickly gone from headline fodder to harsh reality.
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  • 3 key ways omnichannel is changing expectations—part 3

    Todd Leach | Jul 13, 2017
    Customers have more power in the marketplace—and more information—than ever before. That may feel like a loss of control for retailers, but it shouldn’t if you know how to field the change in landscape. Understanding how to pivot your approach to customer service can turn this change in customer behavior into an advantage—and differentiate you from your competitors.
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  • Third-party delivery—why it matters and 5 ways to prepare

    Jim Sellers | Jul 6, 2017
    If you’re not exploring third-party delivery (3P) for your restaurant brand, you’re already behind. But trusting someone else to get your product to your customer can make plenty of brands nervous—and with good reason. Introducing an outside delivery service to your customer journey means a loss of control over many factors that contribute to a highly satisfying customer experience. And a poor delivery order can have a big effect on your brand perception.
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  • 5 ways to leverage your contact center to build a better omnichannel experience

    Charlie Moore | Jun 9, 2017
    Brands may aspire to be omnichannel—but most are still multi-channel. But what’s the difference? Omni is Latin for all—and when we talk about omnichannel, it really means all customer channels are integrated. That integration is what makes every interaction with your brand a seamless customer experience. Multi, on the other hand, means many. And in the world of CX, that means there are many channels for customers to connect with—physical locations, phone, chat, email, social, websites—but not all are integrated. Studies show less than 1 in 3 consumers agree that brands make it easy to switch between different channels, and yet 81% of consumers want different channels available to meet their needs. It’s clear a gap exists.
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  • 3 key ways omnichannel is changing expectations—part 1

    Todd Leach | Mar 10, 2017
    Delivering on speed is a no-brainer when it comes to meeting on customer expectations—but what does speed really mean? In part one of our three-part series on how omnichannel is changing the CX game, we dive into all the ways speed factors into the customer experience—at every touchpoint and across every channel.
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  • Defining omnichannel—a first step on the path to better experiences

    Todd Leach | Sep 9, 2016
    It’s no surprise to anybody that omnichannel capabilities have drastically changed the game—for both retail and restaurant. It’s no longer enough to focus on the customer experience you provide in your physical locations. To be successful, you must consider your app experience, online experience, contact center experience, and others—and how all of those channels interact with each other. Because your customers are using all of them. What is omnichannel?
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  • What does your customer survey say about your brand?

    Shad Foos | Jun 29, 2016
    We all know customer feedback is critical for creating loyalty and driving financial performance. We all know customers are interacting with brands across more touchpoints than ever. And we all know customers will happily tell us the truth about our performance as long as we ask the right questions and take the right actions. But are we all thinking about our customer survey as a brand touchpoint? What type of brand experience are your customers having with your CX program?
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  • 3 Ways to take your CX program to the next level: Part 1

    Jack Mackey | Jun 23, 2016
    There’s never been a more exciting time to be a customer experience professional. You have more tools that enable you to listen better, act faster, and outperform competitors than you’ve ever had before. In this series, we’ll explore 3 ways smartphones can take your CX program to the next level.
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  • The ultimate key to launching a successful customer experience program

    Peter Berger | May 26, 2016
    As business professionals, every week we tackle simple projects and tasks among the bigger programs and enterprises in which we work. How many times have we all had a project—even a simple one—fail due to someone assuming that information was shared, or simply not communicating a critical piece of information?
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