Posts Tagged 'customer experience'

May 242016
 
Call for Papers: Business-Driven Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is at the top of many executive agendas and organizations are investing substantial resources to make it happen. While there may be internal benefits such as efficiency gains, the primary driver for digital transformation is the customer. Customers are now in the driver’s seat with high expectations demanding what they want, when they want it, and how they want it – and they will go elsewhere to find it if not satisfied. Years of growth and change have created tremendous complexity and redundancy in large enterprises. This complexity has become more transparent to the customer and so improving the customer experience and achieving true digital transformation requires significant changes to the business and Read more

Dec 212012
 
Management Attention Will Become Systemically Focused

I see the emphasis on managing customer experience accelerating. Some progress has already been made in the area of customer-centric measurement, largely due to an increasing emphasis on Big Data and process analytics. In 2013, more organizations will begin to understand that this calls for a shift in management attention to a more systemic view of business. Some organizations may begin to appreciate that overall performance for customers is dependent on what the organization measures, manages, and rewards and therefore requires a systemic view that pays attention not only to customer-focused metrics, but also to business models, governance, and reward systems. [Editor’s Note: This post is part of the annual “Cutter Predicts …” series.]

Nov 162010
 

Why is it that in this new era of customer service automation technology have our customers become alienated and enraged instead of engaged? Why has rampant customer dissatisfaction become the new normal? “Rebooting” the customer experience is not about “rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.” It’s an opportunity for us to re-envision how we can leverage technology to attract, service, satisfy and yes — perhaps even delight customers. The February 2011 Cutter IT Journal seeks to unveil the solutions to a better customer experience. Proposals of interest are due 2 December. To respond, please visit http://www.cutter.com/content-and-analysis/journals-and-reports/cutter-it-journal/callforpapers01.html