Podcast: 4 Key Considerations For Your CX Strategy
Joining TNC’s podcast host, CTO Craig Northveth, to share her expertise is TNC’s Principal Consultant, Clare Tyndall.
In this episode Craig and Clare discuss TNC’s 4 key considerations for your CX strategy. This subject is topical now because customer expectations are changing, and legacy technology has serious limitations in our digital world.
There are several lenses through which to approach a successful CX strategy and our discussion will focus on the following:
- Acceptance of digital channels
- Changing demographic
- Acquisition and retention opportunities
- Hybrid working
- Cost challenge
- Agent experience
- Legacy lifecycle
- Supplier landscape
- Rise of AI
- Business case complexity
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