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When it comes to transforming a large established enterprise with many compliance issues, businesses need to be able to look in the rearvision mirror and, at the same time, picture what the organisation will look like in three years time, explains Tanya Graham, chief transformation officer at Alinta Energy.  The

Businesses are investing more money in technology to differentiate the experience between various channels, however consumers are almost equally as satisfied on dissatisfied with different channels.  That’s according to Vikram Sehgal, VP analytics strategy APAC at Forrester. During the Forrester CX event in Sydney last week, Sehgal told attendees when

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There are three key reasons to why customer experience is vital in child sponsorship, according to Teresa Sperti, chief marketing, data and product officer at World Vision. At the Forrester CX event in Sydney last week Sperti said the charity sector is one of the most competitive markets in Australia

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Digital maturity varies widely across sectors. Generally, digital leaders have a leg up when it comes to delivering experiences. But other brands will get little sympathy from consumers, who increasingly demand more and benchmark every experience against digital leaders. That is according to Des Cahill, Oracle CX VP and CMO.

Brands claim to compete on experience, rather than just products or services. It is a widely used tactic, employed by both the brands themselves and the vendors selling the technology that helps deliver them. During an Oracle CX event in Sydney this month, executives from Oracle CX and local customer

Recent visits to three different AMC movie theaters highlighted a clear success factor for building a great digital business strategy. Customers must be the primary beneficiaries of digital business strategies, certainly before the organisation attempts to reap substantive benefits. The single most important aspect of a digital business strategy must

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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

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Only 28 per cent of Australian enterprises have a company-wide strategy for sharing data which is hindering their ability to successfully orchestrate customer experience (CX) projects, according a a new study. Furthermore, 37 per cent of Australian organisations said that between 20-40 per cent or more of their CX projects

Nobody gets out of bed in the morning determined to make life hard for their customers — yet many brands still struggle to meet the expectations of their customers. The internal complexity of business is a big part of the problem, according to Charmaine Chua, head of product at Singapore

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Nicole Fishers, Deputy Chief Information Officer at Flinders University, and Dell’s Chief Privacy Officer, Sooji Seo, were among the speakers on the Future of the Connected Workforce panel at Boomi World, discussing the favourable impact a robust application and data integration solution has on customer and employee experience. Flinders University