Category Archives: Customer Experience

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Beyond Big Data: Big Text Analytics

Big Data is valuable for businesses because it can identify trends, uncover emerging issues, and forecast business outcomes. Yet leading companies are thinking beyond Big Data, and using Big Text Analytics to create a more comprehensive, intelligent customer analysis. Businesses can enrich Big Data with Big Text to develop a better understanding of customers, and

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Powering customer experience in the utilities industry

You’re a big, bright utility company, and you’ve often been squeezed by rising costs, aging infrastructure, and regulatory concerns. But one thing you rarely worried about was customers. They were just there. However, now the landscape is changing and consumers have a choice. How will you meet evolving demands and differentiate your company to win

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It’s never about you: Emotional appeal and your customer experience

There’s a strange paradox that occurs in the business world: at some point, people forget what it’s like to BE a customer. We’ve all done it – gotten so wrapped up in the daily grind of meetings, budgets, and deliverables that we grow detached from our customer because they are outside the company. We may

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Building customer empathy with insights from advanced analytics

Co-author: David Julian Can your customers “feel the love”? It’s more important than ever to build a customer-centric organization that infuses a sense of empathy into every customer interaction. Creating a positive emotional connection to your brand can be a powerful driver to increase customer retention and profitability. It usually starts by finding and fixing

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Driving adoption of mobile wallets: convenience isn’t enough

Mobile wallet providers made a huge push to acquire users this past holiday shopping season – encouraging consumers to manage card payments through smartphone apps. Google Wallet, for example, offered a compelling incentive by promising users $5 for each person they referred who signed up. Smartphone users could refer up to 20 friends (earning up to

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Online hacking concerns fuel banking innovation

Co-author: Corina Jordan While more and more customers want the convenience of online and mobile banking, concerns over cybersecurity are an increasing challenge for the financial services industry. Consumers fear their financial safety may be more at risk of being hacked as fraudsters reach new levels of sophistication. But will it drive them into the

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