Published By: Genesys
Published Date: May 10, 2016
When people engage via digital touchpoints with your organization, they may forge seemingly random, winding paths along their journeys. Yet, no matter how many channels or interactions are involved, for the customer it is a single experience.
As media and channels proliferate with the upsurge in digital touchpoints, we have access to massive volumes of customer data. This leads to the personalization of customer interactions that drive customer strategy as a business strategy.
Digital touchpoints support an increasingly large percentage of the overall customer experience. 2012 saw the emergence of several important digital customer experience trends that will gain momentum as firms look to unify the cross-touchpoint experiences they deliver in 2013. This report outlines key trends that will make up the landscape that customer experience professionals will be working in as they take strides to improve their digital customer experiences in 2013.
Forrester states that businesses today struggle to understand and leverage the tools necessary to create and manage unified, multichannel Digital Customer Experiences across multiple touchpoints including, web and mobile experiences for customer transactions and mobile applications.
Read this report to understand how IBM's Digital Experience software is delivering solutions for the emerging Digital Customer Experience platform and integrating best-of-breed components into software offerings that manage multiple facets of the Digital Customer Experience.
This report gives customer experience professionals the tools and processes they need to act on digital customer experience improvement across touchpoints like websites, mobile phones, and tablets. Forrester recommends 10 tactics for evaluating digital touchpoints and determining customers' needs, proven and emerging methodologies for redesigning digital interactions, and best practices for ensuring that your digital experiences support your business objectives.
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Feb 25, 2015
The forces of digital disruption have empowered consumers and inverted the power relationship between buyers and sellers. Competitive advantages based on manufacturing, distribution, and IT are no longer sustainable. Customer loyalty has all but disappeared; buyers can and will shift their allegiance immediately if disappointed. In the era of the empowered consumer, business success depends upon offering consistently outstanding customer experiences across multiple touchpoints and over the entire customer lifecycle.