Most companies are only now waking up to the idea of applying AI to improve customer experience measurement—so most don’t even know how or where to begin. In this blog post, I detail eight uses of artificial intelligence to boost your customer experience measurement program by improving your understanding of the rich customer experience data you’re already collecting and making that data actionable.
To take your customer experience measurement program to a level where it starts producing actionable results, you need to measure the right things within the context of the customer journey, and make use of those customer experience metrics in the best way possible. This blog post lays down five detailed ways in which you can use the customer experience metrics you collect to take direct actions that improve your customers’ experiences and maximize gains for your organization.
In this two-part blog series, we help you create a successful customer journey analytics implementation plan. Whether you are a potential journey analytics user, a champion trying to introduce it in your organization or a CMO/CXO about to sponsor a journey analytics project, this blog series is for you.
Customer journey analytics is a lot more than a software solution—it is a whole new approach to analytics that involves having a journey-based mindset and becoming customer-obsessed. This first post in a two-part series describes detailed steps to help plan your customer journey analytics implementation strategically.
What’s better than acquiring one new customer? The answer isn’t acquiring two new customers. It’s actually retaining an existing one. This post takes an in-depth look at why customer retention matters and ten powerful ways in which customer journey analytics can help you immediately improve customer retention.
Annette Franz, a customer experience expert, sat down with Pointillist’s Swati Sahai to talk about how companies are organizing and operating their still early-stage customer experience functions, the challenges Chief Customer Experience Officers are focusing on, how they are measuring customer experience, and why employee experience is also in the mix.