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  1. Halloween is almost here. The skies are growing darker. Leaves are covering the sidewalks. Pumpkins are sprouting up on nearly every front porch. And shops are dressing up their front windows with decorations of spiders, skeletons and scary masks! One thing is for sure, here in the Netherlands Halloween is definitely gaining ground. But while all the scaring and getting scared continues to become more popular and celebrated, this theme isn’t exactly something you want reflected in your business. In this article, we’ll provide you with 5 tips that will help you avoid scaring off your customers with feedback forms!
    http://mopinion.com/stop-scaring-off-your-customers-try-these-5-online-feedback-tips/
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  2. Financial institutions have always been at the forefront of innovation and new technologies. In fact, quite recently, increasing automation and the use of electronic trading and payments were some of the largest focuses in this industry. All customer data and accounts were centrally managed by a third party system, which was the standard at the time.
    But times are changing. Nowadays we’re seeing that consumers in this industry are evolving. They’re raising their expectations and changing their habits, and focusing on obtaining a better overall experience rather than a better price point. So how can financial institutions stay in touch with their customers? The answer is digital feedback.
    http://mopinion.com/new-white-paper-digital-feedback-and-the-finance-industry/
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  3. We hear companies throwing around common phrases like, ‘Customer centricity is at the heart of our organisation’ and ‘We’re very much in tune with the needs of our customers’. Not surprisingly, seeing as how according to a study carried out by Bain and company, 80% of organisations they surveyed believed that they were providing a superior customer experience to their customers. Meanwhile, just 8% of their customers shared this opinion. Only eight percent! This is a huge disconnect and gap in perception, one that is commonly referred to as the customer experience gap.
    https://mopinion.com/what-is-the-customer-experience-gap/
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  4. When you hear the term “intelligence”, some of the first things that leap to mind include super-secret governmental reconnaissance and AI (artificial intelligence) technology. Although CI (customer intelligence) seems like a completely different story, it bears a little bit of resemblance to the former, in a benign sense, and leverages the power of the latter as machine learning algorithms come into play.

    CI meaning boils down to harvesting and analyzing information about customer behavior. It sheds light on the whys and wherefores regarding the events and trends in a company’s consumer ecosystem in order to provide the business with actionable insights for more effective CX strategies. Importantly, this concept isn’t only about collecting the relevant data, but it’s also about harnessing that information to understand the customer’s needs, introduce improvements, and derive better results.
    https://smartercx.com/ci-meaning-insights-into-customer-intelligence/
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  5. According to McKinsey, 75% of online customers expect service within 5 minutes – and successfully delivering that requires an effective technology foundation. The right CX platform is a critical part of that foundation. On premise, off premise, in the cloud – there are so many different options companies face when building a CX stack. Let’s take a closer look at what on premise cloud is, how it can support your CX technologies, and the steps you can take to maximize its effectiveness.
    https://smartercx.com/can-on-premise-cloud-improve-cx/
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  6. You’re overhauling your systems and looking for solutions to streamline how your business runs. Your goal is to make the jobs of your employees easier and find a way to wow your customers and improve their overall experience. You know you need a better quoting and proposal system, but you’re wondering, What is CPQ, and Is it right for me?

    Think about the last time you went to the grocery store or out to eat at a restaurant. Did you quickly check your receipt before cashing out? Most likely — consumers want to feel confident they’re paying the correct amount when purchasing goods or services. You wouldn’t want to be overcharged, and you certainly wouldn’t want to leave the building without what you ordered. The same goes for your prospects and current customers. They want the process of purchasing from you to be streamlined, and most importantly, correct. It’s important they trust your sales team’s estimates, and they understand that if a mistake does occur, it can be fixed quickly and in real time.
    https://smartercx.com/what-is-cpq-and-will-it-improve-cx/
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  7. As you think about your experience management (XM) efforts, it’s important to understand how people flow through the experiences in their lives — as customers, employees, patients, fans, citizens, students, etc. To help deepen that understanding, I’ve created a simple model, the Human Experience Cycle (HxC). As you can see in the chart below, the HxC is made up of five elements:

    Expectations: What a person anticipates will happen during an experience.
    Experiences: What actually happens to a person during an interaction.
    Perceptions: How a person views an experience based on their expectations.
    Attitudes: How someone feels about the organization.
    Behaviors: How a person choses to interact with an organization.
    https://experiencematters.blog/2019/03/20/the-human-experience-cycle/
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  8. Survey emails are one of the best ways to get customer information straight from the source. But times are changing, and getting your customer’s attention over email is difficult. 20 years ago, when the world was just discovering the email, there wasn’t a whole lot more to do than simply sending your email. These days, we get bombarded with so many messages it’s hard to keep up with everything or know what’s worth looking at in the first place. Quite simply, your customers are overwhelmed.


    There are about 2.2 billion email users in the world and around 100 billion emails sent a day. The reality is that anyone you’re hoping to talk to has a ton of others also vying for their attention. There’s so much noise online it can be extremely difficult to get anyone’s attention. Even that of a current customer.

    In this article, we cover 5 ways to improve your survey emails. With these tips you’ll be able to cut through the noise, gain more insight, connect deeper with your customers, and start down the path towards more loyal customers.

    Read article.
    http://www.customerexperienceupdate.com/?open-article-id=10496391&article-title=survey-emails--how-to-grab-your-customer-s-attention&blog-domain=getfeedback.com&blog-title=getfeedback/
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  9. Here’s the unfortunate truth: in today’s business climate, odds are your customer experience (CX) just isn’t cutting it. It’s understandable. Customer expectations and new digital capabilities are evolving so fast it feels like only the Googles and Amazons of the world can keep pace. In a 2018 survey my company, West Monroe Partners, did with the Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA), 61% of respondents said their company’s ability to quickly adapt is a top strategic priority — yet only 17% thought efforts to do so were currently mature.
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/how-to-set-your-brand-apart-through-customer-experience/
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  10. I recently took my car in for servicing and got it back the same day. But after less than an hour, the problem reappeared. I took the car back, and after some delay, the issue was resolved. While I was collecting the vehicle the service associate informed me I would be receiving a survey, and asked if I would kindly give him a 9 or 10.

    After sharing my story with friends, I realized that my experience was no exception, which prompted us to launch our own survey on the premium and luxury automotive segment. We found that the customer experience (CX) with most brands was poor, yet most of them were boasting about their high customer satisfaction rates. This inevitably led to the conclusion that CX measurement is flawed.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2019/04/30/customer-experience-cx-programs-past-present-and-future/#103083671b26/
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