Stay Ahead of Changing Food and Beverage Tastes
Tastes change. Fads come and go. Food and beverage companies have to stay on top of consumer preferences or risk losing market share. In this environment, Big Data analysis and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly being used to spot new taste trends.Read More
Targeting the Right Customers with Digital Communications
For too many businesses, marketing can be a lot like playing darts while blindfolded. To guide their efforts, successful companies build a thorough understanding of customer data and insights into how best to reach them.Read More
Recruit your All-Star Team with Machine Learning
Building the perfect C-suite team can be a leadership challenge in any economy, especially during the tightest job market in 50 years. Machine learning and Big Data analysis can give CEOs and their companies better tools to reduce recruiting time and expense, cutting down on bad hiring choices.Read More
From AR to Point B
Augmented reality (AR) technology is giving businesses in the travel, tourism and hospitality sector new opportunities to help guests better navigate the real world and venue services.Read More
Using Data to Power the Shift from Restaurant to Home
Consumers are increasingly opting to dine in rather than out, ordering food from their favorite restaurants via smartphone apps for pick-up or delivery. The growing enthusiasm for delivery services like GrubHub, Uber Eats, and DoorDash is transforming every aspect of restaurant operations from logistics to physical facilities.Read More
Why Brands Use Contractors for Software Deployment Operations
The journey to offering new software services and products can be a challenging one for businesses. Without careful planning and attention, deploying new technology can become an expensive and risky proposition.Read More
Are You Targeting the Right Travel Customers?
The consumer shift to online services and mobile applications for booking travel opportunities gives companies in the tourism sector the opportunity to better target potential customers.Read More
Building the Right Team for the Right Solutions
Team building is the foundation of success for businesses — from the C-suite all the way down to individual projects. Teams should be built as specifically as possible around projects for the right combination of skillsets and experience.Read More
How Can CX Reduce Travel Stress?
Travel is an inherently stressful experience. Depending on other people to get you to your destination on time is guaranteed to stress out even the most experienced traveler.
Fortunately, technology and data analysis offer solutions to create the best possible trip and minimize customer frustrations.
Applying Design Thinking in B2B Marketing
Design thinking is an invaluable tool for improving the customer experience in the B2B sector. When you put the customer’s needs first in your marketing efforts, you are more likely to convert leads into sales.Read More
Top 4 Methods to Give the Gift of Customer Experience this Holiday Season
The holiday season can be hectic for consumers, from hunting for the best deals to deciding on brand purchases. However, companies can provide a seamless guest experience to eliminate holiday stress and retain the hearts of customers for years to come!Read More
How to Manage Consumer Stress Through CX
The customer journey can be a stressful one, whatever the industry. Shopping is known for its frustrations — dealing with crowded stores, insufficient staffing, and confusing layouts. Travel can be challenging, as well, with unscheduled delays and a lack of real-time information about conditions.Read More
The Secret Sauce: Using Data to Improve Restaurant Service
For consumers at restaurants, a quality customer experience is about more than just food arriving on time or servers who remember to refill their drinks. It’s also about enjoying the dining experience and not walking away with a foodborne illness or an allergic reaction.Read More
How Customer Experience Depends on Design Thinking
The quality of the customer experience makes the difference between success and failure in the modern marketplace. As companies wrestle with the issue of how to improve the customer journey, design thinking is proving to be an invaluable tool in creating systems to better serve customers.Read More
The Top 3 Reasons Why the Customer Experience Ecosystem Matters
Steve Jobs said, “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back toward the technology, not the other way around.” These words ring true because you can’t serve your customers without knowing what they really want.Read More
Customer Experience Vs. Customer Service
The best customer service is no customer service at all. To thrive in the modern marketplace, companies must move beyond the traditional, reactive model of customer service to focus on improving the entire customer experience.Read More