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  • This is the Experience Landscape. The data is based on thousands of customer reviews and is normalized on a scale of 0-5.The Blackberry Storm launched in Nov 2008 expecting to track with iPhone, but it didn’t. RIM was not measuring the user experience. Needless to say…the shipments were lower than expected. RIM saw zero growth in shipments due to weak demand for Storm. The cost of having inventory can disappoint when users are not enjoying the experience. RIM could have leveraged experience-based measures to build a competitive product and maintain leadership in the smartphone market. By monitoring market response to the Storm, RIM could have and both slowed production and targeted firmware upgrades on issues that matter most to customers.
  • Argus snapshots for d3

    1. 1. Brand can destroy or resurrect theexperience Tales from
    2. 2. RIM’s Uncanny Valley
    3. 3. Blackberry + Touchscreen != iPhone 30.0 1 % change in RIM shipments quarter over quarter Experience Landscape RIM shipmentsCumulative Delight iPhone (Gen.1) Blackberry Storm iPhone 3G -1 0.0 Retail Launch © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 3
    4. 4. TouchPad and iPad, summer of love and hate
    5. 5. Worst Launch and Best Recovery of 2011 © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 5
    6. 6. Nokia vs. Apple
    7. 7. Nokia reenters the US market with two brand stories 350 300 250 Beta Test CampaignNumber of Mentions 200 Amazing Everyday Campaign 150 100 50 0 © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 7
    8. 8. News of data access bug did little to dampen campaign 1200 1000Number of Mentions Beta Test Campaign 800 Amazing Everyday Campaign 600 Data Services Bug 400 200 0 • Though the response to the data services bug was significant, the impact was short lived • Nokia’s response dampened concerns quickly © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 8
    9. 9. “Beta Test” shows up four times (4X) more than “amazingeveryday” in customer reviews for Lumia smartphones7 Apr 2012 – “you will never feel having same phone everyday because it isamazing everyday”Vs.12 Apr 2012 – “ For people who wants to stick with iPhones and Androids - Solong beta testers!’”18 Apr 2012 – “super smartphone does everything including RUNS MS Office! Thebeta test is over.”25 Apr 2012 – “Those new TV ads are right -- every other phone looks and feelslike it was a beta test after you use one of these.”24 May 2012 – “Great speeds both on 4G and on my wireless. Glad the mobilephone beta test is over!”Not only does the Beta Test campaign show up more but the impact is stillresonating with consumers well after the launch © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 9
    10. 10. What about the launch? Turns out Siri was right!• Analysis of verified customer responses shows Lumia 900 to be the highest rated Smartphone in North America• Other Lumia launches did well but the 900 made both a bigger splash and has staying power*Size of bubble is buzz volume, height of bubble is market delight © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 10
    11. 11. Lumia 900 launch bests every iPhone launch since 3G• When compared to most all other iPhone launches, the Lumia 900 comes out on top• Delight is amplified when customer expectations are met or exceeded, meaning that the brand story and product experience align• “Beta Test” not only drove increased awareness but set customer expectations perfectly for product release *Size of bubble is buzz volume, height of bubble is market delight, as measured days from product release © 2012 Argus Insights, Inc. Confidential: Do Not Distribute Page 11

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