Come le aziende potrebbero utilizzare i dati che possiedono

 AICEX: La tecnologia ci consente di tenere facilmente traccia del 100% delle customer journey sui canali digitali, ma i processi e le organizzazioni aziendali talvolta rappresentano un ostacolo.

It is no longer enough for businesses to have a dedicated mobile website — in fact, Gartner predicts that 20 percent of brands will abandon their websites by 2019. Realizing this trend, some companies have already adopted a “mobile first” approach. Separate versions of a site are unwieldy and introduce unnecessary confusion, both when a visitor accesses a site via a different device, or when an IT department attempts to fix a bug on the back end. While individuals still advocate for a central company website, the growing importance of social media cannot be denied.

In a similar way that customers expect a consistent experience across multiple channels and devices, it only makes sense that advanced enterprise digital analytics solutions, such as session replay, click maps, and conversion optimization solutions will converge as well and be supported by web and mobile unified platforms. This convergence of analytics will enable companies to move away from a siloed channel-centric approach and embrace a truly customer centric approach. With 2017 being the tipping point for this shift, below are four predictions that will revolutionize the way enterprises look at customer data:

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Forbes: la Customer Experience serve per far star bene i clienti, non le aziende!


AICEX: Tanto per evitare incomprensioni, se i Clienti stanno bene quasi certamente stanno bene anche le Aziende di cui sono clienti! : )   

Photo: Shutterstock – Author: Micah Solomon,  Forbes Contributor

A great customer experience is one where customers feel good, even look good, during their time spent doing business. So, it’s important that a business invest in whatever will improve a customer’s feelings and self-esteem.

I was recently reminded of  this customer experience principle in, of all places, the bathroom. To be specific, it came to me while I was standing in front of my bathroom mirror at the gorgeous Old Edwards Inn, a luxury resort in Highlands, NC. (No, this isn’t how I always travel, I’m afraid. I was there for work. But I didn’t enjoy it any less.)

The version of my face that I saw smiling back at me had a healthy glow and an almost halo-lit appearance.  Optimistically, if preposterously, I was tempted to attribute this to my brief time in the North Carolina mountain air.  Whatever the source, looking good was an immediate boost to my spirits, particularly since I was slated to step onstage within the half hour.

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Ecco come Disney batte tutti sul Customer Service


AICEX: Nonostante siano cose che sappiamo abbiamo difficoltà a metterle realmente in pratica.

— It’s no secret that the Walt Disney Company offers some of the best customer service in the world. Achieving this high level of customer service is no accident; it is the result of a carefully constructed plan that is strictly followed. Disney doesn’t simply want to provide good customer service in certain places of the business; they want to provide excellent customer service in all areas.

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