If 2020 and 2021 taught us something key is that banks need to keep working to meet the ever-increasing expectations of their customers. Let's analyze the top 5 banking customer experience trends for 2022.
Topics: customer experience, next generation customer interaction, innovation, new trends, cxtrends, ocx, banking customer experience, banking trends
2022 will be the year of further digitalization as customers are now used to online or phygital experiences! They have no interest in going back to how it used to be and Customer Experience still will be the differentiating factor when it comes to satisfaction, loyalty and sales. So let's analyze the 5 trends for 2022!
Topics: customer experience, multichannel customer engagement, customer service trends, next generation customer interaction, innovation, new trends, customer experience improvement
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Today, if we want to explain what Black Friday is with a single word we would say "discounts", because many stores and eCommerce offer big discounts on many products, allowing customers to buy at very convenient prices. But what about Customer Care in these crazy days?
Topics: customer service, Next generation customer iteraction, self-service, millennials, new trends, ecommerce
2020 is foreseen as a year where businesses will show the biggest interest in tools, technologies and services to take care of their Customers.
In a world where doing Customer service right it's increasingly easier, a good Customer service experience might not be a differentiator. Customers require value.
Topics: next generation customer interaction, innovation, new trends
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Why use messaging apps as a channel for Customer Care? Simply because 67% of people expect to use it to talk to your business! Adding messaging channels like Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, and Twitter, improves Customer Care because makes interactions easier, allows secure information sharing and give off a fresh image of your company.
Topics: messaging, millenials, new trends
In recent years, evidence points to a new rise in self-service trends that range from food ordering to Customer support and financial operations. These trends don't show any sign of slowing down and there is no use in fighting change. So, what can we do? The answer may just be in integrated Customer support platforms.
Topics: customer service, mobile banking, traffic analysis, next generation customer interaction, self-service, digital banking, new trends