Compass Group and Nudge Rewards share how mobile technology is creating big wins both on the customer experience front and in the operational trenches.
Premier gourmet food and gift retailer debuts updated brand look, feel and tone, from its website to its catalogs and across social media. It's all focused on elevating the retail gift-giving customer experience.
David Rosen, digital transformation technologist and strategist,TIBCO Software, shares how industry leaders, like Amazon, are laser focused on innovating the best means to continuously drive a positive customer experience, all while reigning in costs.
Nick Francis, CEO of Help Scout, shares how automation, if done well, can lead to higher customer satisfaction and a better experience. Instant gratification, he explains is the key benefit automation has over other forms of one-to-one communication, and it's tough to beat.
Michael Ringman, CIO, Telus International, explains why omnichannel customer service isn't just about who has the longest list of 'contact us' options available, but about making the customer journey seamless from one touch point to the next.
Kevin Nix, CEO and co-founder, Stellar Loyalty, explains why tech-savvy frontline employees must have five specific skills and why retailers must invest in identifying candidates who naturally have these talents.
The retailer is tapping a new creative platform developed by consultancy Persuasion Arts & Sciences to refresh the brand, build deeper engagement with customers and better connect with new customers.
Tom Schoen, president and CEO, BTM Global, explains how there is often a gap between what a retailer wants to know and what's truly important to operations and why analytics is critical to eliminating that gap.
Mobile is key when it comes to frontline employee performance whether it's retail, foodservice or hospitality. Find out why global brands are embracing the mobile device and how to hurdle challenges from Compass Group in this Nudge Rewards webinar on Nov. 7 at 11 a.m. EST.
Scott Voigt, co-founder and CEO, FullStory, offers up best practices to keep customer support quality high and costs low while delivering a great customer experience.
A mobile-first community and customer insight platform is not only booting customer engagement and interaction for the home furnishings retailer, but spurring faster and better product and services decision making.
Jim Dicso, CEO of SundaySky, explores how retailers can personalize engagement in an entertaining, valuable and non-creepy way and create superior customer experiences.
Jeff Kagan wants Walmart and Walmart.com to be successful, but he believes the level of success will come from respect for the customer. The big question is this: Are they up to the task?
The luxury retailer is finding Theatro's content delivery management platform is not only delivering an enhanced customer experience, but boosting store associate and in-store communication experiences as well.
Alexander Shporer, project manager at starrdesign, explains why retailers need to create a distinct shopping experience where guests can see, touch and connect with products.
With its own mobile app already in place, and a new YouTube customer engagement platform, Govberg Jewelers is all about winding up a rewarding customer experience and Claudio Terjanian is at the helm of the retail strategy.
1-800-Flowers.com delivers another AI shopping channel to meet gift givers wherever they're shopping
The online florist and gift retailer is tapping artificial intelligence technologies, such as Google Assistant, to ensure it's always in quick reach of customers.
Evan Magliocca, brand marketing manager at Baesman Insights & Marketing, explains why the in-store experience must be new, exciting and something nothing ever imagined in which product is secondary, but emotion, enjoyment, and exhilaration are integrated with brand culture and image.
For many analysts, observers and pundits, the Sears story serves as a kind of moral or object lesson to Amazon. But ICXA Managing Director Christopher Hall also see the Sears story as a fascinating reverse-parallel to what seems to be going on in a bigger-picture sense in retail today, with a bit of a twist.
Chris Petersen writes on how Amazon and Alibaba, two great disruptors of traditional bricks and mortar retail, are focused on creating new models that will serve the rising expectations of today's customers.