Customer Culture & Centricity
Implementing Multichannel Customer Initiatives in your Organisation to Maximise your In‐Store Experience
Every customer wants a consistent experience that is unique to them, regardless of which channel they choose to use. Combining the instore and online experience can be tricky, but through implementing the correct technology in your stores, you have the opportunity to truly understand how customers make purchasing decisions, and use this to drive customer initiatives, such as click and collect technology
Keith Nesbitt, COO of TM Lewin, takes you through some of the practical approaches TM Lewin have taken to combine a multichannel approach with the overall instore experience.
Every customer wants an experience unique to them when they interact with their retailer. Despite retailers striving to deliver this, few companies are able to gain sufficient detail and insight from their customers to make this achievable. As eCommerce transforms the way we shop and technology reduces the time required to get new products in front of customers, the future belongs to those retailers who use this to their advantage and tailor each user experience as much as the customer wants. Providing a wealth of experience from a number of world renowned brands, Mark Dunhill, CEO of Whittard discusses the key elements that lead to a truly world class customer experience, together with how to effectively implement them at a time where technology is moving at a breathtaking speed.
Ensuring a great multi-channel customer experience, hinges on an organisations ability to put the customer at the heart of the business. This video, produced by the Customer Management Exchange Network, serves to demonstrate the importance of customer experience in today’s environment touching on critical strategic issues such as customer loyalty, accountability & ROI, social media and customer centricity.