“Highest PaidPersons Opinion” – business as usual – vs. real customer centricityHighest Paid Person vs. Highest Paying PersonWho should rule the day?
Generic Visualization.Outline where Sierra collects feedback from, how we collect it and how we go about analyzing it. Tools – Survey tools, email integration, collection of web tracking data, link into customer databaseTouch-points – transactional surveys, market research [traditional, brand awareness or affinity consumer surveys] generic feedback from web, letters to Keith…
Example of the depth some go to really understand the customer experience from Starbucks CxP consultants.
Example of our Net Promoter Score Program in the Contact Center and Closed loop system to support agents, supervisors, managers and most of all the customers.Goal of turning Detractors and Passives into rabid Promoters of our company
Marketing to Customers and tracking Customer Relationships have changed dramatically over the last 4-5 years.BlogsMySpaceFBTwitterLinkedInDiggGet Satisfaction (customer service crowd-sourcing)
Sierra has 700,000 thousand reviews on BizRateThousands more in Google Check out and Epinions sitesEven on our own site with PowerReviews and AnswerBox tools where customers have their voice included
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Denver University Presentation
Getting at the <br />“Why” of Customer Relationships <br />
Sierra Trading Post at a Glance<br />Background<br /><ul><li>Founded in 1986
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