Big Data holds a big promise. For companies and for Customers. Only If we choose so though. If not, Customers will refuse to be the product and the return of trust will too remain a promise.
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Today I would like to get back to the omni/multi/cross-channel theme in Customer Experience Management, for I’m seeing some hard to get rid of “myths” that I feel need to be “busted”..
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I believe one can be extremely Customer centric without having a Customer Relationship Management or (Branded) Customer Experience strategy.. You can read why and how in this post.
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Chris Bucholtz released his annual overview of Top 20 CRM blogs. Last year he put me on spot number 12 and this year on number 10. I’m proud to be on the list with 19 other bloggers worth your time. Check them out here.
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Many say we don’t need more definitions of Social CRM. I don’t agree! Please take into consideration my “5 things you need to know about (Social) CRM (definitions)” why.
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This is part 2 in a short series on Service Design. I would recommend reading part 1 before reading this. Recap: What is Service? As I tried to explain a couple of days ago, I think Service Design is about designing for Service, not serviceS. Where I defined Services as: Service is the personal sum […]
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I’ve read many papers, blogs and articles telling me what being Customer Centric is all about. I agree with most of them when they provide lists of the differences between the product centric and the Customer centric organization. My issue with the many views, explicit or implicit, on Customer Centricity, is that they always seem to tell you what you need to stop and start thinking of or doing, but they hardly discuss or let you know where the boundaries are. Or at least discuss the notion of boundaries and their importance…
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