Man in hardhat

by   |    |   3 minutes  |  in Service Management

A recent Forrester research study pointed out that organizations leading in customer experience outshined laggards by a significant margin in terms of compound average revenue growth. Geofencing can play a vital role here, creating opportunities for organizations to expand relationships with customers and create a more valuable service experience. Geofences are virtual geographical fences set…

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by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Service Management

In my last blog I explained the experience outcome economy using a cup of coffee as an example. In this second blog in the series we will take a look at the first of the buzzwords — ‘seamless’. It might seem a little counter intuitive, but a customer doesn’t care if their printer is working,…

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city skyline

by   |    |   2 minutes  |  in Service Management

It’s an exciting time to be involved in the service industry, but with so many technology buzzwords flying around—artificial intelligence, cloud, IoT, customer-centric, omni-channel, personalization to name just a few—sometimes it can be difficult to determine which ones matter to your service organization. So I’ve narrowed down what I consider the most important, and the…

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Is unified commerce putting the customer experience back on center stage as it should be?

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Business Technology, Creativity & Innovation, Research, Retail, Strategy

In these days of fake news, there is a tendency to dramatize the fact that change is constant and occurs gradually but happens suddenly. I would like to shed some light on the retail apocalypse, the digital revolution within retail and the fact that the industry will never be the same again…ever. Is this true?…

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