Customer journey mapping is a hot topic in the world of customer experience (CX). It is a powerful tool that enables companies to monitor the many customer touchpoints within their organisation, while continuously improving processes and developing a world-class customer experience.
Even though it seems like a relatively new concept, the reality is that we have been following customer journeys for centuries without really knowing it. Take the local tailor in a small rural town for instance; the tailor would stand out on the street calling customers into the store, he/she would then help customers to choose the perfect outfit, would wish them well as they leave the store and would provide personalized customer service if any issues arose.
The difference nowadays is that not only are we aware of the customer journey, we also have the technology and tools needed to map that journey, continuously monitor each touchpoint with feedback and immediately implement changes based on real data.
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Improving customer experience is fast becoming one of the most important strategies for businesses. In fact, Gartner reported that:
“By 2018, more than 50% of organizations will implement significant business model changes in their efforts to improve customer experience”
Most CEOs now agree that improving customer experience is vital to their company’s success, but often forget that their employees are the key ingredient to making those improvements. Customer experience strategies require a far wider variety of process changes than most CEOs generally consider, leaving a chinks in the armor of their organization.
One such process, which is often omitted from customer experience models, is the “employee experience”. In this blog post we will explain how employee experience can boost your CX plan, and highlight how feedback can be used to strengthen your strategies.
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