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Why You Need a Service Experience Architecture (SEA) Practice

by Managing Director at Adaptive Path on Mar 07, 2013

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Experience maps. Experience principles. Cross-channel scenario design. We’ve seen a rapid increase in investments by organizations to better understand their customers’ journeys and to conceptualize how to create more seamless and meaningful experiences across channels. This outside-in approach, however, will only take you so far. If your goal is to bring more cohesion to a system of customer touchpoints, you’re going to need to actively engage with the complex world of business processes, roles, and systems intended to support them. In this talk, Patrick shares his perspective on the value of service experience architecture (SEA), an emerging practice that aims to orchestrate multiple layers of service delivery to create better customer experiences.

Presented March 4, 2013

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