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Connected Customer Experience

Improving the Cross-Channel Customer Experience

Author Bruce Burke on Apr-25-2014

Temkin Group recently released a report detailing the current state of customer experience management. The executive summary of the report relates that Bruce Temkin and his group surveyed more than 200 large companies and found an abundance of Customer Experience (CX) ambition and activity.

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Blurred Lines: Integrating Physical & Digital Worlds

Author Bruce Burke on Apr-4-2014

Blurred Lines is a song recorded by American recording artist Robin Thicke for his 2013 album of the same name. The song has been a worldwide hit, topping the charts in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom.

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Mapping the Customer Journey For CEM Success

Author Bruce Burke on Feb-18-2014

A customer journey map is a very simple idea: it's a diagram that illustrates the steps your customer(s) go through in engaging with your organization, whether it is a product, an online experience, retail experience, a service, or any combination thereof.

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Customization and Self-Service | The Way of the Future?

Author Erin Nelson on Jan-2-2014

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Voice of the Customer (VOC) | Acting on Feedback

Author Adam Parson on Dec-18-2013

What are your customers saying about your products? How many bad reviews does it take to deter shoppers? According to a recent study, 64% of customers surveyed said they trusted product reviews from other consumers; but between one and three bad online reviews would be enough to deter the majority (67%) of shoppers from purchasing a product or service.

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Real-Time vs. Right-Time: Engaging Social and Mobile Consumers

Author Bruce Burke on Aug-14-2013

Everyone seems to be asking the same question these days; “How do I engage today’s disengaged consumers?”  Present-day mobile and social consumers don’t watch television shows during standard broadcast hours, they don’t read newspapers, and they surely don’t listen to the radio.  Modern consumers get breaking news, in the minute, from social media networks instead of waiting for the nightly 7:00 PM broadcast.  

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