Businesses in every industry are continuing to deal with the effects of COVID-19. With many previous predictions on the economy now registered moot, experts are now weighing on what it means to deliver relevant customer experiences.
Understanding where your customers are and how to reach them in a seamless fashion is the cornerstone of any modern customer experience. Unfortunately, by the time a customer typically reaches your contact centre it means you have failed to deliver an effortless experience.
Over the past 10 years we've seen this buzzword called “omnichannel” come into play. This has left organisations with a channel-first strategy that ironically led to less access and fragmented conversations due to poor hand-offs, technology introduced for technology’s sake and misuse of data.
It’s an incredibly disruptive time for the automotive sector in Europe. Right now, digital adoption, ride-sharing apps, and emission regulations are just a few factors that are reshaping a century old industry.
If we examine the space further, you’ll see that success in 2020 is not only about identifying the disruptors but knowing how to act on them as well:
The UK and the US have always inspired each other ‘across the pond’. One of the biggest imports over the years has been Black Friday. Kicking off in stores 29th November this year, with many sales the week before and after, Black Friday deals have transformed holiday season retail in the UK.