Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently the hottest topic in customer experience, with brands exploring how they can use digital technology such as chatbots to deliver the fast, accurate and personalized service that consumers demand. AI will radically change how customer service teams operate, with Gartner predicting that it will disrupt the jobs of 1 million phone-based customer support agents...
The relationship between customers and brands has fundamentally changed. Consumer expectations are continually rising, and much more of the customer journey is now self-directed, across multiple different channels. When they do make contact, these ‘autonomous customers’, as BT has described them in a global research study, want fast, accurate service that minimizes their effort
+7! “Gartner award demonstrates our position as a leader of digital customer engagement platforms for the digital customer experience””, Olivier Njamfa, CEO
Olivier Njamfa, CEO, explains Eptica’s mention in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for the CRM Customer Engagement Center
Anne-Sophie Pouyau, Head of International & European Customer Service, L’Occitane explains how the company is delivering a consistent global customer experience with Eptica
This week’s Gartner Customer Experience & Technologies Summit (10-11th May 2017) provides everyone in the sector with the perfect opportunity to take stock of the current state of customer experience – and to help CX teams to plan for the future.
Be it broadband internet services, pay TV, landline or mobile, the telecoms market is incredibly competitive. The pace of technological change means that new services are constantly being launched while there is ongoing pressure on prices, with consumers demanding more for less at every contract renewal. All of these factors make customer service a key battleground...
Winning and retaining customer loyalty is vital for every business. In the face of increasing competition and more demanding consumers, organizations therefore need to go beyond simply delivering excellent service and put customers at the heart of what they do. They must provide a consistent, high quality and personalized experience across every channel and touchpoint.
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to dramatically change the relationship between people and technology. By "smartifying" all sort of devices, from white goods to lamp posts, to communicate without the need for human intervention the IoT will automate many routine tasks, making life easier for everyone.
Given its importance to the bottom line, customer experience is high on the priority list of CEOs, CMOs and CIOs alike. Research from Gartner found that nearly a third (31%) of CEOs had customer projects as their number one strategic priority for this year, and 37% said that customer experience management was their most important area of technology investment over the next 5 years.
The insurance industry is facing enormous pressures. Customer expectations are rising, regulation is increasing and digital transformation is fundamentally changing how insurers operate, while lowering the barriers to entry for new competitors. No wonder that a new article from McKinsey is headlined “Time for insurance companies to face digital reality.”