Apple has been forced to delay the launch of their latest iPhone because there is a global shortage of silicon chips - the most basic building block for any modern electronic device. Delays to new phones and computers might be the expected outcome from a crisis in supplying chips, but what about cars?
At a time when customers want great experiences at an increasingly faster pace, automation plays a crucial role in helping brands deliver.
Optimisation of customer experience architecture has been a priority for companies in 2020 given the effect the year has had on buying habits, customer needs and workforce logistics. Personalisation, automation at scale and cross-channel integration have never been more important. But with the myriad tools, processes and systems available, making effective structural changes to your CX stack can be a daunting proposition.
In today’s uncertain economic environment, customer experience and customer service have become critical topics. But while these terms are often used interchangeably, there are crucial differences between them.
When we last touched base on 31st Dec. 2020, the UK ended its transition period from the EU, closing one chapter of Brexit and opening another.
We’ve all made it through a tough year, and some of the year’s unique challenges will help to shape a more meaningful future. 2020 was more than recognising the new-normal; it was time to reimagine interactions with family, friends and coworkers, innovate everyday life and accelerate digital transformation.
In 2020, we can always use another round of happy hour. Luckily, TTEC’s Liz Glagowski reunited with CX expert Dan Gingiss for their second LinkedIn Live ask me anything, EX for What’s Next: Most Standout Trends in Employee Experience for 2021.
2020 has been a wakeup call for customer experience, but not everything will stick. In TTEC’s first-ever LinkedIn Live happy hour, guests from around the world raised their glasses for a Q/A discussion with famed CX coach and author Dan Gingiss: CX for What’s next – 2021 What’s Hot and What’s Not?