The Survival Guide to Customer Experience

I wanted to reach out and share a Project I was fortunate to be part of. It is a new eBook from Sprinklr called, “The Survival Guide to Customer Experience.”

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I am joined by 19 other thought leaders including Jay Baer, Frank Eliason, Annette Franz, Stan Phelps, Richard Shapiro, John Goodman, Steve Curtin, Roy Atkinson and Jeanne Bliss.
Here’s a synopsis of the eBook:
It doesn’t matter what your ads say. In today’s world, the only thing that customers care about is the EXPERIENCE. Customers want a consistent brand experience each time they interact with your brand – and they want this across all channels. But how exactly do you pull this off? Through successful CXM (Customer Experience Management).What’s CXM? CXM is the process of providing unforgettable experiences to your customers at every touchpoint – online, on the phone, on social, and in person.The reasons to invest in CXM are clear:

  • Customers are twice as likely to share a negative experience with a business than a positive one.
  • 86% of customers will pay more for a better customer experience.

Interested in learning how to create a sustainable CXM initiative?

Download your complimentary copy of the ebook here.

quote-barry-daltonMy chapter in the eBook is called, “Bigger Isn’t Always Better in the Customer Business.” I hope you enjoy it.