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Adobe and ServiceNow announced a partnership at Adobe Summit to empower brands with an industry-first solution for stitching together Adobe customer experience data and customer data, that aims to provide seamless digital workflows and personalised customer experiences across all touchpoints. Organisations use customer engagement solutions to better understand and personalise

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Companies of all sizes across industries and geographies aren’t equipped to keep up with ever increasing customer expectations, according to a new report from Zendesk. In Australia, a majority of consumers (88 per cent) view customer service as a key factor when making a purchasing decision. Equally important is price

A culture of innovation and customer experience helped Lego ward of disruption in the 1990s when it was beset by higher tech competitors and a shrinking market. Today the Danish toy giant is still enjoying the fruits of that culture, consistently amongst the world’s most valued brands. Register now for Which-50’s

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the language of customer experience. I have hundreds of conversations with clients every year, and my job is to efficiently get to the heart of a CX problem and expeditiously offer practical guidance. My advisory sessions start with clients describing their CX goals or

While using data to deliver experiences has become table stakes, leaders are leveraging data in more nuanced ways, according to Ben Sharp, head of revenue ANZ at Pureprofile. Understanding and comprehending consumer data from different sources is what is separating experiences, according to Sharp. At the top end organisations are

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Disparate data systems and teams are amplifying the already considerable challenges around cross channel marketing. That is why many marketers feel their customer’s experiences are “broken”.  Many, in fact believe their organisations struggle to even accurately identify customers across channels and devices. Download Oracle Marketing Cloud eBook: Four Hard-Won Cross-Channel

Brands do not (and should not) improve customer experience (CX) simply because it feels right to have happier customers. The reason to invest in CX is to deliver more loyal customers—customers who spend more, churn less, are less costly to serve, inclined to recommend or refer others, and more likely

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When it comes to customer experience in Australia, 54 per cent of consumers say brands are failing expectation for good customer experiences, according to a new study. The report, Closing the CX Gap: Customer Experience Trends Report 2019 by Acquia shows two-thirds of those questioned could not recall when a

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Customer experience sounds like a glib throwaway phrase used to try and hook a business into either buying a new sales system or marketing plan. After all, it’s obvious isn’t it – keep the customer happy they buy more. Surely, it’s as simple as adding comfy chairs and good coffee

The days of casting the great business conflict of the age as one between incumbents and digital natives no longer adequately describe the forces driving change in the market. Instead, the demarcation is between companies that truly understand customer experience and those that do not. That is the message delivered by