Q-nomy's Blog: Customer Experience And More

  • Never Resting On Our Laurels: Announcing Q-Flow 6.1

    Q-Flow 6.0 that was launched earlier this year has revolutionized customer journey management. Today, we are moving forward with Q-Flow 6.1...

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  • Welcome, Q-Flow 6: A New Suite of Software Products

    We've been preparing you for the launch of Q-Flow 6 since November last year, and now it is finally happening! And it's not just one product – today we are actually launching a whole new family of products. Yes, Q-Flow has become so big that we cannot fit its many functions and capabilities into just one product...

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  • Appointment Scheduling Gets Better With Q-Flow 6

    Appointment Scheduling is one of the key user experiences Q-nomy addresses. Now, with the release of Q-nomy's Q-Flow 6, it gets even better. "Better" as in "Show-me-the-money" better...

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  • Overcoming Old Habits With Q-Flow Exchange Bridge

    Organizations upgrading from personal calendars to enterprise-grade appointment scheduling solutions like Q-Flow know what they’re gaining, but they often face an obstacle in the form of old usage patterns. A key success factors in convincing these businesses to adopt Q-Flow is the QXB module. 

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  • Appointment Scheduling is Only Half The Solution

    Many retail businesses nowadays add appointment scheduling to their customer experience offering. These businesses rightfully assume that scheduled visits support resource planning, resulting in more efficient resource utilization. And, it makes their customers happier with shorter wait times and more focused interactions. However, a solution comprising appointment scheduling alone is like a meal without the main course: good, but not satisfactory.

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  • Young, but not that restless – even millennials seek face-to-face interaction when it matters

    A recent article presents data that may surprise many marketing professionals: though they tend to do almost everything online, millennials still need and opt for the physical, in-branch customer experience when making significant decisions that impact their wallet.

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  • Why Appointment Scheduling is Vital for Omni Channel Retail

    The transition between digital and physical channels is a particularly challenging part of the omni-channel journey. It’s important to make it as smooth as possible. Regardless of the specific line of business...

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  • No Software? Let's keep our options open for the time being…

    Today it is common knowledge SaaS enables buyers to pay per use, scale up or down at will, and achieve higher levels of security and availability. However...

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  • The customer visit to the store –the last great chance to win brand loyalty?

    In a time when everything seems to revolve around online customer experience channels, a move to enhance the physical aspect of the multi-channel customer experience may seem odd; or may it?

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  • Store Visit Conversions, Precisely

    So, you're an omni-channel retailer: you are running a network of digital and physical channels. Your customers can begin their journey just about anywhere on the network, and finish it – hopefully with a sale, or a satisfactory service interaction – also just about anywhere.

    In the virtual world of online channels, tracking customers is easy. Everything is electronic, everything is part of the IT ecosystem, and everything can be recorded and analyzed. But what about the physical customer journey? More specifically, how could businesses track online-to-store conversions, such as when customers shop and browse information online, then continue their purchase in-store?

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