A “best practice” may not be the right thing for an organization to chase for a myriad of reasons. Your current environment limitations, the expense of changing to adopt to the “best” practice (the technology, the process, roles and responsibilities, the organizational implications) - AND potential overkill stemming from the “industry-accepted” practice that you may not really need, be it “best” or not
Given the proliferation of best-of-breed and suite solutions alike, with corporate buying strategies often resulting in a mix-and-match approach, it is fair to say that IT landscapes have grown ever more complex. Thus, the age of function-feature has come to an end. All hail the age of integrations.
Learn how to succeed in the Experience Economy this spring at Modern Customer Experience 2019. From March 19-21, thousands of customer experience practitioners, partners, and industry experts will congregate in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay.
CX professionals that want to increase customer satisfaction and grow customer lifetime value can’t do it with siloed customer data. Optimal customer experiences require a comprehensive view of your customer that connects data across every customer interaction. What if you could?
If your management team announced that AI was being factored into the strategic plan for the coming year and that its focus would be how it might help increase the ability for the organization to advance the needs of end users, what would you think? Would you be immediately worried about your job?