An agile manifesto for customer success – Interview with Todd Eby of Success Hacker

Today’s interview is with Todd Eby, the Founder & CEO of Success Hacker, a boutique customer success advisory firm focused on education, recruiting, consulting and success hacking services. Todd joins me today to talk about why he thinks the the future of customer success is agile, why that is and what firms need to learn to do in order to be more successful. This interview follows on from my recent interview – Bringing together disparate data sources is key to

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Bringing together disparate data sources is key to creating stand out customer experiences – Interview with Dave O’Flanagan of Boxever

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Today’s interview is with Dave O’Flanagan, CEO & Co-Founder at Boxever, a data science and customer intelligence technology company that helps airlines, travel companies and others generate more incremental revenue quickly by leveraging data they already have. Dave joins me today to talk about what they are up to, the impact their technology and approach is having and the single view of the customer. This interview follows on from my recent interview – The power of social recognition in employee

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The transformational impact of technology on knowledge management and customer service

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This is a guest post from Robin Singh, a resident knowledge management expert at ProProfs. If you are not a techie and not keeping up with the latest advancement and gadgets, it may seem like technology is rapidly evolving. Communication methods, graphics, processing speeds, etc. everything is improving fast on an annual basis. However, all these technological improvements are there to make our lives more pleasant, to make healthcare more efficient, and to improve our organization. Basically, every aspect of

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The keys to customer success

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In December of last year, I was asked to participate in an expert panel on customer success team performance. The invite came from Darren Noy, Chief Science Officer of Kannetic, a start up that is building solutions that tap into the power of collective intelligence to help build high performing teams and organizations. Using a process similar to the Delphi-method, Darren asked myself and 14 other participants to answer three surveys (one 10-minute, one 20-minute, and one 30-minute survey) where

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The implosion of trust and what to do about it

For the last 17 years, Edelman, a global communications marketing firm, has published it’s Trust Barometer, an annual survey of more than 33,000 respondents from around the world that investigates the state of trust and credibility that exists between individuals and different types of organisations (government, media, business and NGOs). Earlier this month they published the 2017 edition of the Trust Barometer and their results suggest that over the course of the last year there has been an implosion of

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Most organisations are ignoring the behavioural element of customer experience – Interview with Morris Pentel

Today’s interview is with Morris Pentel, who is the Chairman & Founder of the Customer Experience Foundation, a leading organisation in Customer Experience Science. Morris joins me today to talk about Customer Experience Science, Behaviour As Technology and his view on the biggest and current challenges for organisations trying to design and deliver a great customer experience for their customers. This interview follows on from my recent interview – Messaging, chat bots and improving the customer experience – Interview with

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What does customer engagement really mean?

We’re now firmly in the last quarter of the year and many firms will be busy thinking about strategy and budgets for next year. Amongst all of the planning and strategy making, how to improve customer service, customer engagement and customer experience are likely to be playing a large part in many of the discussions. Now, customer service and overall customer experience is pretty easy to understand. At least, it’s pretty straight forward to gauge what is good, what is

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The need to (re)consider the technology and human balance in customer experience

We’re currently at that time of year where many firms, large and small, are starting to make plans and set budgets for what they are going to do over the course of 2017. As such, we are in the midst of conference season and many firms are looking for ideas and inspiration on how they can develop and improve their strategy for the coming year. I’ve been lucky enough to have spoken at a few of these conferences and have

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Over 50% of a customer’s experience is driven by how they feel – Interview with Colin Shaw

Today’s interview is with Colin Shaw, Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy™, a global customer experience consultancy. Colin joins me today to talk about his new book (The Intuitive Customer: 7 Imperatives For Moving Your Customer Experience to the Next Level – co-authored with Ryan Hamilton, a Professor of Marketing at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and a Beyond Philosophy colleague) and what insights companies can draw from neuroscience and behavioural economics to make their organisations and customer experience better.

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