Tracking metrics is an integral component of any company’s quest to maximize a company’s profitable growth and the overall customer experience. The real trick is in understanding the relationship between these two things.
The customer is always right. Right? Well, as time-tested as that may be, the underlying concept determining customer satisfaction is much more nuanced than someone being right or someone else being wrong. Businesses exist only because customers exist. To put it plainly, without buyers, there is no selling. Narrow down the scope and you find that businesses failing to prioritize the customer experience quickly fall out of grace and even risk going out of business.
A little while ago I wrote an article titled How Cloudy is Your CCM?, where I cautioned that not all “cloud” deployments of customer communication management (CCM) software are the same. Some CCM vendors define that term very loosely.
Content creation continues to play a key role in evolving modern business. However, content creation if left unchecked could cost your organization more time and resources than you necessary. To most effectively utilize content creation, successful businesses invest in a centralized system that allows them to manage their content for maximum reusability in the process.
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many companies’ digital transformation initiatives. Whether it was healthcare providers prioritizing the evolution of telehealth or insurers increasing the adoption of digital channels, the business world has seen a greater reliance on digital communications to create a unique and user-friendly customer experience.
New technological advances and developments will always prod human innovation. Sometimes, though, if we’re always looking forward, we forget to pay attention to the present that is exposing the future of things that is developing right now before our eyes.