Does listening or analytics make you a leader in customer experience?

dynamic conversations are key to evolving customers into brand advocatesOne of the best things to do if you want to be one of the customer experience leaders  is listen.  This requires that you pay attention to trends, you try new social media channels and most important you effectively listen to your customers.  Through actively engaging customers in dynamic conversations (and then quantifying this data) about their needs, over time, you can proactively cause those customer relationships to grow and evolve making your customers brand advocates.  What your customers want (the how, what, when and how often), contributes to how your customers view your call center, your company, your brand and your products.  While there are many drivers to business today, the leaders in customer experience management are using analytics to improve their decision making. Why? Because, just when you think you have your customers pegged, their needs change, their standards are raised even higher and you must go back and re-evaluate your products and services.

What analytics (Newbies: this is more than surveying we are talking about here) are you using to stay connected to your customers needs?  What should you be doing to raise customer satisfaction?  Can you afford to ignore your customers?  These customers were heard and will surely be customers for life!

CTA-frost-and-sullivan-application-of-the-year“Thanks for adding a free three-day shipping option to your web site for orders over $50. I felt like with all the money I spend with your company it’s the least you could do.”

“The new 3-in-1 printer is everything I need!  I’m so glad you made a compact and affordable option for home offices.”

“I really appreciated you providing a direct customer service number with my appliance.  I had some issues operating it and it was so nice to get to a call center agent directly and not go through an IVR phone system.”

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