To say the modern customer is mercurial may be an obvious overstatement. While many companies may have little understanding of what their customer really wants from them today, far too many have much less awareness of what their customers expect tomorrow.
As organizations increase their focus on the employee experience in the digital workplace, many companies are pursuing integrated workspaces that combine multiple applications. Not surprising, as research shows us that there is a cost incurred every time an employee switches context.
Let’s face it, customer communications management (CCM) software is now required by businesses of all sizes for creating consistent, contextual, and compliant customer communications. The marketplace is expanding, and so are the expectations of customers. Homegrown solutions, word processing software and CRM extensions are no longer sufficient. Today, even an enterprise-grade CCM solution is not enough by itself. To get the most out of your investment, CCM software should be integrated with the systems of record (i.e., data sources), systems of engagement (e.g., your customer web portal), and the other digital experience components of your enterprise architecture. Here’s a look at three of the most important CCM integrations available today.
ROCKVILLE, Maryland, USA — Top Down Systems Corporation (“Topdown”), a leading developer of customer communication management (CCM) software applications, and Infosys, Ltd. (“Infosys”), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, announced today that they are teaming up to provide 100% cloud-based CCM solutions which will help companies across the globe accelerate their digital transformation efforts.
We have long been writing about the importance of building a seamless user experience into digital experience (DX) delivery solutions. In fact, seamlessness has become the dominant focus in the age of digital transformation.
At Topdown, we’ve written a lot about why integrating customer communication management (CCM) with a digital experience platform (DXP) makes a lot of sense. We’ve also written about the differences we see between a digital experience product and a digital experience software stack (i.e., a true “platform”).