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.
Customer journey analytics is not a monolithic approach designed to address a single problem. All customer journey analytics tools do not include an identical set of capabilities, nor do they prioritize the capabilities they do include in the same way. This post is designed to help you find the best customer journey analytics platform for your business needs.
Without a single customer view and real-time insights, organizations struggle with data integration, identity matching and delivering the quality experiences that customers are looking for today. This post provides 4 steps you can use to create a single customer view and deliver a better customer experience.