Omer Minkara presents a webinar on why retailers need a well-developed mobile strategy.
2016 has begun and that means at least two things for customer care executives: It’s time to look back and analyze what worked and what didn’t in 2015, and it’s time to predict and prepare for the trends that will influence your customer service activities in the coming year.
In this post, we’ll take a look at how customer service organizations were influenced in 2015 by three key trends: journey management; workforce optimization; and knowledge management.
We’re almost at the end of 2015 and it’s been yet another year of great changes in the customer service space. In this post, we’ll focus on changes in omni-channel, mobile, and social customer care.
Omer Minkara reports on what he saw at G-Force 2015 and shares his thoughts on omni-channel engagement, workforce optimization, employee desktop optimization, and analytics.
Omer Minkara went to Dreamforce. Here’s what he learned about their latest initiatives.
Airlines that are solely focused on squeezing every dime possible out of passengers — without providing stellar service — are likely to lose these customers in this competitive marketplace.
A recent Aberdeen study on B2B ecommerce highlighted a vital trend companies must address: the convergence of B2B and B2C ecommerce.
As we rapidly advance towards the middle of 2015, it’s vital that businesses get their channel-mix right, an area we focused on in the 2015 Customer Engagement Channels Adoption study.
Branding 101: Make your business what your customers want it or need it to be. It doesn’t get much simpler than that.