Feb 07, 2018
From Advisory Institute
Successful companies focus on the economics of the customer experience, striking the right balance between what customers expect and what makes financial sense.
To ensure profitability, many companies are focusing on their supply chain and are rethinking their processes for ordering, fulfilling and returning. Should you drop ship products? Offer in-store pickup? What kind of return policy can you afford to offer, yet still have your customers feeling satisfied?
To answer these kinds of questions, operational professionals are increasingly considering customer lifetime value, a metric that has traditionally lived in marketing and advertising departments. Connected enterprises - organizations that connect the front, middle and back offices - are breaking down the walls that traditionally kept valuable data in silos, allowing the entire enterprise to benefit from it.
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Discover the eight fundamental capabilities that high performing organizations are investing in to maximize the value of the customer experience.
Explore our findings.
Achieve the appropriate balance of value across marketing, sales, and customer service, explore
The economics of CX.
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Learn more about how we are helping companies create a connected enterprise by improving efficiencies and establishing a data-driven, shared understanding across the entire supply chain and at every customer touch point. You can also take our free diagnostic to measure how your organization stacks up on customer-centricity.