We’ve talked a lot about Artificial Intelligence (AI) on this podcast. But often we’re talking about it in a consumer-facing context. Our conversation with Noa Danon explores concepts that apply beyond the typical Business-to-Consumer (B2C) relationship. What's really interesting is how EverAfter uses the data they have to strengthen the relationship with Business-to-Business (B2B) customers, which can be really challenging.
A term we use a lot in business and customer experience is 'confidence', but where does that confidence come from? It comes from trust. It's easy to forget how fundamental trust is to any relationship, including economic relationships. When we talk about the whole customer experience journey, we need trust to move forward with all elements of the customer experience. This is such an interesting topic to unpack.
Customer service agents are getting better at referring to people using gender-neutral pronouns, but this can always improve, and it should improve. Leaders need to take action and work on this so every customer can feel at ease when dealing with your company.
There’s a big difference between customer experience and customer experience management, which is a central point that will be elaborated on in this episode. It's a distinction that should interest every leader and anyone working in the customer experience sector.
Alison has a lot of exciting advice to give to all types of leaders looking to improve their companies' customer experience. She particularly has a bit of advice for leaders of companies that haven't had customers in the past but suddenly need to change to a more customer-centric model.
AI is everywhere, and it influences every life in one way or another, yet people rarely understand it. But Ovetta Sampson has a lot of interesting advice to give leaders who are not yet familiar enough with AI and data.
AI is beneficial to some, but a complete mystery to most. It’s a problem that should be remedied as AI can be incredibly helpful to a lot of companies, as long as they implement it correctly. Riaz Raihan and his company Alida know that well, so he is here to talk about how to use it in customer experience, how to deal with the problems that that many experience with AI, and so much more.
The tension between customer service and efficiency creates many problems, and you'll hear about some interesting examples in this episode. What's more, Jeannie and Adam will discuss the possible solutions, so tune in if this age-old problem has been bothering you as well, so you can finally get rid of it.
Chip looks at customer experience differently than many do today. He is interested in the human stories and the service customers truly want to see, even if they don't ask for it. If you want to learn more about this compelling way of improving customer experience, and get a lot of practical advice, tune in, as this is not an episode you want to miss!
The 2021 Customer Expectations Report by Gladly is out, and Adam and Jeannie talk about some of the more interesting findings from it. These numbers are bound to influence your business, especially since the findings are significantly different than before, and yes, they are partly affected by the global pandemic.
Ramon Ray talks to us about how important customer experience is for small businesses and why technology is the biggest part of improving the experience today. Ramon explains how to determine which technology you need and gives you some advice he’s learned as a small business owner himself.
Do you know how valuable the insights gained from active communities can be? If you don't, then this is certainly the episode for you! Jeannie and Adam will discuss things that haven't been covered before yet are extremely important for CX, especially today.
There’s no going around the pandemic when we’re talking about CX, so it’s crucial for every business to consider what will return to normal and what will stay as it was for most of 2020.
Steven understands the nuances of customer experience and the small details many others tend to miss. He also knows how smaller companies can improve their customer experiences, so there's a lot of value you can gain from his words.
AI and machine learning are changing the game, and we are bound to see more benefits for the world of customer experience very soon. The current goal is to automate routine interactions and leave humans open to deal with the more complex ones.
2020 changed a lot of things for both customers and customer experience leaders. Christine Rimer works with customer experience leaders and knows exactly what troubles them and how to help them.