Trust is central to any brand’s relationship with its customers. 9 out of 10 consumers will change supplier if they lose trust in a company. Yet brands are failing to build trust through basic customer service mistakes, according to the newly published 2019 Eptica Digital Trust study.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has had an enormous impact on every organization operating in the European Union. Yet, many organizations don’t seem to be fully compliant, with Google recently fined. What should brands be looking for from their suppliers when it comes to building trust around GDPR?
The reasons that consumers remain loyal to brands goes beyond factors such as product range and price. Essentially, consumers want to have meaningful conversations with brands, in the same way that they would have with their family and friends. How can companies achieve this and drive loyalty?
As we move into 2019, businesses are having to cope with unprecedented uncertainty. How can your brand win and retain consumer loyalty? It all comes down to trust – and these are the 5 foundations you need to start with.
As we come back to work after the holiday season and settle into 2019, it’s a good time to review last year and what we’ve learned. At the Eptica blog we’ve looked at all of our posts from 2018 and come up with a top 10 of the most popular and topical, based on the number of views, comments and general feedback. We hope you enjoy reading/re-reading them!
As we count down the days until Christmas, children all over the world are getting excited about the imminent appearance of Santa Claus, his reindeer, and his big sack of presents. But how good is his customer experience and what lessons can brands learn from him?
The balance of power between brands and consumers is shifting, with customers now wielding greater influence and control. This allows them to be more demanding and less loyal than ever before. But what makes these customers tick and how will their characteristics evolve? Here are five important traits that are likely to define the customer next year and beyond.
Retailers don’t need reminding that the peak Christmas season is now upon us, with Black Friday and Cyber Monday already in full swing. Given the importance of Peak to retail success and ever-increasing competition, it is no exaggeration to say that this Christmas will be make or break for many companies. How can they ensure that they thrive?
Understanding what customers want is central to business success - we find out how Eptica is applying the same logic across its operations by interviewing Lenka Stoklaskova, Customer Success Manager....
Delivering excellent customer service has never been more important to the bottom line. Ahead of National Customer Service Week we look at the key factors underpinning successful customer service today...