Does Your Company Have the CX Factor?
Companies are no longer fighting to prove they have the latest product or most advanced system—instead, they are fighting to prove they can create the best customer experience (CX). According to Forbes, “Today, 89% of companies compete primarily on the basis of customer experience – up from just 36% in 2010.” This shift comes directly from the customers and their heightened expectations.
Customers are now forming opinions of companies based primarily on the experience they have with that specific company. If a customer has a negative interaction with your company, they are much more likely to abandon ship and find a new company that can give them the CX they seek. This is so important, in fact, that Forbes states, “Consumers are willing to spend up to 16% more on products and services with companies that offer a better experience, and they’re more loyal.”
Creating a positive customer experience can involve a multitude of things, but it essentially breaks down to ensuring that each interaction your customer has with your company is positive and relevant. This can entail anything from personalized messages on their bills to creating an omnichannel communication strategy that allows a customer to reach you through whichever channel they choose. Whatever form it takes, it is critical for companies to make the customer central in the decision-making process.
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