Improve Customer Experience
Aiming to further improve customer experience is attainable even without spending huge sum of money. Believe it or not, there are so many companies who’ve got untapped resources from within. Those who have succeeded both during and after the down-cycle are the ones that embraced slowdown as opportunity to strengthen business processes and innovation. This strengthening better aligns with offers and ways of doing business to which, fairly difficult to copy by your competitors.
You might want to consider complaint logs, sales call and service reports, data residing in survey reports, win-loss analyses, blogosphere, CRM databases and so on. If they’re pieced together, then a deeper and broader picture of customer experience will soon emerge. A small team may peruse these sources to either enhance or create customer segment persona.
What’s more, valuable insights can actually go beyond the typical persona definition from purchasing decisions focused towards panoramic view of full spectrum customer experience. This particular spectrum has to be defined via customer interviews and it usually starts with his or her awareness of a desire or need for a solution and then extending through full use of the purchased service or product including after new models have been released and the eventual disposal, upgrade or downgrade. With these insights, there are plethora of new avenues will open.
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CLV or Customer Lifetime Value is the cumulative profit stream over the period of interest a customer has in a certain brand category. Actually, CLVs can be revised to be able to sharpen prioritization of panoramic experience persona segments. Prioritization is helping executives and frontline employees of the company to be able to think of strategic and tactical decisions. Executives and frontline employees as well should be provided with tools to keep CLV policies a priority to allow CLV based decision making. Prioritizing CLV additionally helps in listening strategies and even experience improvement initiatives.
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Reviewing customer sentiment monitoring methods is the next move after referring to experience persona as well as CLV findings. For this, there are a number of questions that you have to answer such as is the full customer experience reflected, are CLV prioritized segments are accordingly represented, are these adequate representation of influencers across the experience spectrum, does it integrate the typical latent data that’s listed above to provide panoramic view and are employees at different levels involved personally in formal customer listening. All the answers that you would get from these questions will help you determine whether data collection has to be adjusted for higher ROI in regards to its use for internal branding, affinity development and innovation.