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Mila D'Antonio | August 11, 2014
For a growing number of companies, the effective use of customer data is like winning the lottery. Through proper collection and analysis of Big Data, as well as workable action plans, organizations can literally transform their businesses. Companies like Tesco and AT&T, for instance, have revolutionized their customer experiences by putting data at the center of their business strategies. Read more »
Guest Blogger: Rick Parrish | August 8, 2014
Ever notice how discussions of government customer experience (CX) improvement tend to get hijacked by debates about technology procurement? Neither did most feds I've mentioned it to lately. One senior official's response was typical but especially eloquent when he said "Huh, yeah. That's weird. Why do we always do that?!" Read more »
Judith Aquino | August 7, 2014
Focusing on customer centricity could be the glue that finally brings chief marketing officers (CMOs) and chief information officers (CIOs) together, according to recent studies. Marketing and IT functions are often on opposing sides in a company, with CIOs struggling to meet the demands of CMOs who are looking for quick access to information. Read more »
Anna Papachristos | August 6, 2014
Selling women's shoes can be as simple as ABC--affordable, beautiful, and comfortable. Hit those three nails on the head and you're golden. But, if you take your cues from Nine West's new ad campaign, you may be more apt to belittle and offend your target market instead. Read more »
Tom Hoffman | August 5, 2014
1to1 Media's Tom Hoffman speaks with James Buckley, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Customer Data and Location Intelligence at Pitney Bowes Software, regarding opportunities for using location-based intelligence in retail, healthcare, and other industries Read more »
Mila D'Antonio | August 4, 2014
At the Google I/O conference in June, inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil and Google's director of engineering, described how a computer can decipher between a human and an inanimate object, but it can't judge if a person is kind or mean. Read more »
Judith Aquino | July 31, 2014
Can an algorithm replace or supplement content created by your employees? Some businesses say "yes" as they adopt algorithm-based solutions that are designed to churn out marketing content and other materials. Read more »
Anna Papachristos | July 30, 2014
They say it's what's on the inside that counts. Yet, while we're still not quite sure who "they" are, this mantra certainly applies to IT. When it comes to implementing new systems and integrating the latest technology, companies must develop an infrastructure that allows staff to tap into customer data and improve the consumer experience effectively, with regard to both time and money. But, as businesses continue to balance new solutions with their legacy systems, streamlined internal operations are more Read more »
Tom Hoffman | July 29, 2014
I was recently reading a Forbes post by Micah Solomon which points to the importance of avoiding simple but critical language mistakes that often occur in customer service interactions. For instance, instead of an agent using terminology such as "You need to..." to a customer, a more appropriate and customer-friendly approach would be "We find it usually works best when...." Indeed, it's the little things that occur in customer interactions that can have a major impact on the customer experience. Read more »

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