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.
We’ve talked about 2020 trends and what to avoid in 2021. In fact, we’ve published several posts on CCM trends over the last few years. When we take a step back and plot the curve over time, we clearly see the trajectory of CCM. Here’s where we see customer communication management (CCM) software headed.
We all want to simplify our daily tasks. Why would anyone want to take 12 steps and 30 minutes to complete a task when there is a way to do it in 3 steps and 5 minutes? We wouldn’t, it just wouldn’t make sense to do it that way.
Organizations of all types are using more technology today in day-to-day operations than ever before. Marketing and communication professionals have not sat idly by as they now incorporate sophisticated software to segment and communicate with their audience.