Customer CentricitySeptember 2018 Issue

Defeating SMB customer churn

By Jeff Tomlin Churn is a killer. It can be a painful part of doing business, financially and emotionally. It can stop growth in its tracks. Worse yet, it’s a common problem that organizations are not effectively solving. Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) provide opportunities for marketing agencies and software …

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Customer CentricityJuly-August 2018 Issue

How technology can help customer service

By Mike Thorne Striving to provide great customer service is the most important part of any business. It affects your bottom line, your reputation, referrals and repeat business. At JUSTJUNK we have developed key technological advancements to aid in constantly improving the customer service experience. Our online and front line …

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Applied AICustomer CentricityJune 2018 Issue

Enhancing the customer contact experience with AI

By Yishay Carmiel The federal government is betting big on artificial intelligence (AI), with the goal of making Canada a world-leading destination for companies seeking to invest in AI and innovation. Last year it announced that it was spending $125 million on launching the Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy, delivered through …

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Customer CentricityDigital

Manulife transforms customer experience as part of massive strategic shift to digital

TORONTO–Manulife plans to transform its Canadian business, including a program to digitize and consolidate a number of its back-office functions, optimize its head office real-estate footprint, retrain and hire employees with digital skills, and refocus its customer experience across all business lines to continue to serve the evolving needs of …

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April 2018 IssueCustomer Centricity

Thane Direct tunes in for future growth

By Brendan Read Thane Direct is one of world’s best known direct response and retail marketers, with a reputation for creativity, innovation and integrity. Thane has created highly successful brands in such diverse product categories as health and beauty, fitness, weight loss, kitchen/house wares, entertainment, self-improvement and pet care that …

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Customer CentricityMarch 2018 IssueMobile Marketing

How best to leverage mobile marketing trends

Customers are mobile and digital. So should marketing. Here’s how By Geoff Linton and Ryan Antooa According to Forrester Research, digital marketing spending in the U.S. will surpass $118 billion in 2018. Four of the top vehicles: paid search, display, on-line and email are growing between 8% – 18% compound …

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Customer CentricityMarch 2018 Issue

Harness the power of mobile analytics

Mobile data helps address your key business challenges By Paul Tyndall What would you do if you knew where your customers come from, where they go after they leave your store, or when your best customers tend to visit your location? You might say your loyalty program already tells you …

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Customer CentricityFebruary 2018 Issue

VISA Canada: Canadians will switch from passwords to biometric authentication

BY GORD JAMIESON How many passwords do you use in a day? There’s one for your email account and one to log in to your computer at work. There’s your online banking account, maybe a brokerage account for trading stocks. There are the passwords for your various social media accounts. …

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Customer CentricityCustomer Relationship ManagementEngagement & Analytics

Five Traits of Customer-Obsessed Companies

by Mandeep Singh Kwatra, VP of Solutions and Capabilities and CX Strategy Services Leader, HGS Today’s customers evaluate a company on the experience that they receive. The entire sales cycle (pre-sales, purchase, and post-purchase) experience is as important to them as the actual product or service. Today’s multi-tasking customers are …

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Customer CentricityIndustry News

Canadians want user-friendly information about privacy policies

While most read parts of privacy policies, many admit they do not read them at all TORONTO — In a study commissioned and guided by the Canadian Marketing Association (CMA)’s Privacy and Data Advisory Committee, it was found that consumers want to read privacy policies, but they have to be user-friendly. …

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