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  1. Most brands ‘get’ that Customer Experience is important – but often struggle to balance long-term drivers with short-term priorities. And, while 89% of companies expect to compete mostly on the basis of Customer Experience in the future, they’re still stuck competing where they’ve traditionally fought – on price and on product. They’re trapped in the day-to-day and can’t make the necessary gear change.
    http://ravingcontent.rantandrave.com/how-to-show-the-value-of-voice-of-the-customer-on-the-bottom-line/
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  2. Most companies don’t have a robust voice of the customer (VoC) program. Only 42% use technology to support a VoC program, which means they either don’t have a program at all, or the program is ad-hoc and limited in its reach. When companies do adopt a technology platform (commonly referred to as a customer feedback management (CFM) platform), they often underutilize it and don’t reap maximum value from it. We have examined the reasons companies aren’t satisfied with the return on their VoC technology investment and found that in many cases, the reason is a lack of strategy.
    http://www.lenati.com/blog/2017/11/case-voc-strategy-building-strong-foundation/
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  3. When was the last time you sat back, hands resting behind your head and though, "I think we’ve totally nailed our approach to Customer Experience?”
    I’m going to guess it’s not something you think often/ever. What your customers want is complicated - and it’s changing all the time. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to achieve.

    Not every CX success comes from a significant initiative or programme. Sometimes, it's the little tweaks and quick wins that can boost your approach and the subsequent results.

    Here are four quick wins to prioritise, to help you nail your approach to Customer Experience.
    http://ravingcontent.rantandrave.com/4-quick-wins-to-move-your-cx-programme-to-the-next-level/
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  4. Customer-centric businesses put customers at the core of the business, then make policy and process design decisions centered on the needs of those customers. That customer focus compels naysayers to label customer centricity as an ill-advised business strategy.

    What happens, those naysayers ask, when your heart pushes you to take action that interferes with a long and prosperous future?
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/an-introduction-to-building-customer-understanding/
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  5. It’s the age of the customer and the world’s biggest brands are duking it out every day for a greater share of our hearts, minds, and wallets. Customers hold more decision power than ever in an era where information about any company’s products and services is just a mobile search away.

    Where does the Voice of the Customer (VoC) land in the priorities for your company’s overall strategy? Forrester’s Customer Experience Council 2017 member survey shows that 79% of all respondents believe that measuring customer experience is a top priority.
    https://www.peoplemetrics.com/blog/12-reasons-to-invest-more-in-customer-experience/
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  6. If you’re reading this it’s probably safe to say your business has decided to implement an online customer feedback programme. Excellent choice! The next step is to start setting things into motion (in other words, collecting feedback), which can be challenging without the proper guidance. If you already have goals set out for your business, you’re certainly on the right track. Now all you’re going to need is a strategy that encompasses those goals, which – in the case of feedback – can be as simple as using a feedback form template, or at least understanding how a feedback form should be designed…
    https://mopinion.com/the-best-feedback-form-templates-for-your-website/
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  7. It's fair to say companies have recognized the power of customer experience (CX). Think of the great lengths businesses have gone to provide features such as one-click ordering or same-day delivery. We at Walker predicted this in our 2013 report “Customers 2020,” in which we revealed a rise in the influence of customer experience and a decline in traditional methods of differentiation based on products and price. It appears we got that one right. CX is now widely considered one of the best ways to establish a competitive advantage.

    However, it’s clear that not all companies have caught on. In particular, new research shows business-to-business (B2B) firms are not keeping up with these trends.
    http://www.destinationcrm.com/Articles/CRM-News/CRM-Featured-Articles/Voice-of-the-Customer-B2B-Companies-Are-Falling-Behind-in-Customer-Experience-121782.aspx/
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  8. Strategic customer experience results require a strategic approach in the way we collect data and in the way we take action on it. Of all the strategies within a company, what has the potential to be more far-reaching and impactful than how we understand our funders (customers) and how we cater to their propensity to continue funding us? What may come to mind is an acquisition or merger or reorganization or new product. But even so, these same funders are in-play in each of these scenarios. There’s really no way to separate customers, as our ultimate funders, from any other business strategy.
    https://clearactioncx.com/strategic-customer-experience-action-voice-customer/
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  9. The ability of customers to influence smart and connected product conceptualization is growing. It will be critical that OEMs reorient their products, services, internal processes and workforce to deliver desired customer outcomes.
    https://www.automationworld.com/article/topics/industrial-internet-things/amplifying-customers-role-digital-machine-technologies/
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  10. Picture this: in deciding whether to rebuy from your company, the customer’s general manager and purchasing agent are neutral, the end-users are supportive, the safety department gives their approval, but the facilities manager rejects it. Your company loses the sale. Because your team was focused on the end-users and general manager, everything looked like it was on-track for renewal, yet one influencer of the buying decision derailed your relationship and your anticipated revenue. After that happens, it’s difficult to get another chance. It’s best to be aware of all the drivers and factors, and manage them proactively.
    https://www.business2community.com/b2b-marketing/b2b-voice-customer-integrating-decision-influencers-views-01956648#yiAvqLByw3fVvcRC.97/
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