Q-nomy's Customer Experience Blog

  • 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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  • Many banks allow their customers to book appointments with staff, and see this as a simple way to improve service, reduce wait time, and make bankers' work more predictable. However, these banks are not always aware of how appointment scheduling can deeply impact their business.

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  • Providing a software solution for banks might seem like a daunting task, especially when the issue at hand is customer experience and service. Phrases like 'customer data' and 'systems integration' spring to mind, followed by 'information security' and 'oh no, how much is this going to cost us?'

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  • After more than a decade of operating strictly as a B2B vendor, delivering enterprise software solutions, the growing use of Q-nomy's "myVisit" mobile app is bringing us closer than ever to consumers. And even though our clients are still the businesses – once these businesses offer the app to their end-customers, we become part of the B2B2C chain, whether we want it or not. And yes, we want it!

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