Customer Experience: The Difference Between Failure and Success
CRMXchange Webinar to Explore the Difference between Customer Experience Failure and Success
The difference between delivering a customer experience failure or success can be razor thin.
A colleague worked with a technology company that differentiated their commodity services with a brand promise of superior customer support. The brand promise was difficult to prove until a customer had a problem—the company invested heavily to proactively prevent problems.
When a customer contacted their company the first time for support, it was a critical “moment of truth.”
- Would this first interaction prove or disprove their brand promise?
- Would this first interaction result in positive or negative emotions?
- Would this first interaction increase or decrease customer loyalty?
I placed the word “failure” before “success” in this blog’s title to emphasize the emotional impact of every “moment of truth.” The negative emotions from a single customer interaction can destroy years of successful customer experiences.
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