Customer journey analytics can calculate NPS within the context of millions of unique customer journeys to reveal the customer behaviors that most impact your Net Promoter Score. This blog post shows you step-by-step how to calculate NPS for your key customer journeys using journey analytics.
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.
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.
Providing an exceptional customer experience consistently is hard. Measuring customer experience and tying it to tangible business outcomes is harder still. This post discusses which customer experience metrics to use and how to improve them to quantify, monitor and enhance your customer experience by taking a journey-driven approach.
The debate on the importance of customer experience is over. Nevertheless, CX leaders are finding it difficult to make the quantitative link between customer behavior and business outcomes, so they can move beyond relying on gut feel and qualitative data to prioritize decisions. In this post, I’ll describe how customer journey analytics can help you improve customer experience and make it actionable by directly tying customer experiences to hard metrics like revenue and profitability.