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Be Prepared For Transformation

Digital transformation is a hot topic among customer experience leaders, which is why TTEC has developed a thought leadership series around the issue. Join us in London (8th October) and Leeds (10th October) for the CX Tipping Point, a free breakfast networking event which will feature a presentation from Ian Jacobs of Forrester Research.

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For more information contact Neil Russell-Smith at neil.russell-smith@ttec.com or +44 (0) 7548 272050

 
What you will learn
 

How to bring together intelligent automation and human intervention to deliver optimal experiences efficiently

How to turn bots loose in your enterprise without letting the machines rise and conquer

The keys to building a team that isn’t afraid of data platforms, algorithms and dashboards to create a culture that uses insights to drive experiences

 
Find us in a city near you
 

London

8th October | 8am-11am
The Shard
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Leeds

10th October | 8:30am-11:30am
Aspire
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Featured Speaker
 
 

Ian Jacobs

Principal Analyst, Forrester

 

Ian Jacobs serves Application Development and Delivery Professionals. With a focus on the digital transformation of customer service, he is an expert in contact centeres. His research keeps a sharp focus on customer experience and agent experience issues. Ian is an award-winning columnist, is regularly quoted in major global publications and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.

Previous Work Experience
Ian comes to Forrester with two decades of experience as a marketer, journalist, and analyst in the software market. He has held several senior-level analyst roles in both the CRM and customer experience fields, and he most recently crafted corporate vision and messaging as the Customer Experience Evangelist at Genesys (Daly City, California).

Education
Ian earned a Bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature and Sociology from Rutgers University and a Master's degree in Journalism from Stanford University.