Business-to-Business Customer Experience

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggB2B (Business-to-Business) customer experience receives less attention than its B2C counterpart and can often struggle for attention against other corporate priorities. B2B brands who embrace CX, however, can seize the opportunity to make more revenue and profits. Paul Robertson, Marketing Director at Inspectorio, believes creating positive customer experiences in a B2B context can be …

Why you need a ‘Customer Centric’ culture to succeed at customer experience

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggThe ability of a business to deliver an exceptional experience to customers is dependent on one thing – it’s culture. Successful CX requires a culture that puts the customer at the heart of every decision and action made. Unfortunately, for most organisations, that’s easier said than done. You can build as many customer journey …

From despair to prosperity: Reimagining the future of Australia’s auto Industry

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggThe COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the world. While many of the changes posed by this global crisis have never been seen before – others were predictable and perhaps, expected. The alarming pandemic has accelerated the rate of digital transformation in the Australian auto-industry, revolutionising the experience of purchasing and maintaining a new car. …

Tell authentic human stories that inspire your customers

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggThis article was originally published on the Sprout Strategy website. Telling stories is an essential part of being human. Stories let us communicate and share ideas in a way that establish strong emotional connections. An authentic and engaging story can elevate a brand above its competitors. A story is an account of characters (real …

Volkswagen’s CX success shifts into top gear

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggVolkswagen Group Australia’s obsession with improving the customer experience and making life easier for customers, has placed the company in the top spot for brand loyalty in the Australian automotive industry. Jason Bradshaw, chief customer and marketing officer for Volkswagen Group Australia, talks about their customer experience journey. Back in in 2015, Volkswagen Group …

Why is local government investing so much in CX?

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggMany local councils across Australia have started their CX and digital transformation journeys. They are all at different stages of their journey, have different objectives and have greatly differing requirements but they all share one key objective – to promote ‘trust’ between citizens and the local governments that are meant to serve them. Local …

The Employee Experience post COVID 19

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggMost Australian employees expect things to improve in their workplaces as a direct result of changes being made by employers and their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They expect to see more flexible work schedules, greater focus on hygiene and for employers to take greater notice of employee feedback. Will Australian employers live up …

Do you have what it takes to be a Chief Customer Officer?

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggIn 2003 there were fewer than 30 CCOs in the world. By 2010 there were 450 executives worldwide with the title. Now there’s 10s of 1000s scattered across the globe working in almost every industry sector. What is the career background of these new executives and what skills and attributes are required for them …

Using CX Data to grow your business

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggResearch tells us that most companies who spend more time listening and responding to customer feedback grow faster than companies that don’t. However, drawing a line to connect actions based on customer feedback to financial performance is a significant challenge. In the broadest sense CX data refers to data and information an organisation collects …

How useful are NPS, CES and CSAT scores in measuring CX success?

Please shareFacebookTwitterLinkedinDiggAs companies pour resources into CX projects and initiatives they want to know the success of their efforts. The use of NPS (Net Promoter Score), CES (Customer Effort Score) and CSAT (Customer Satisfaction) to measure CX have come to dominate. Many business leaders, however, have come to question this over reliance on these metrics …