Why Do We Rely So Heavily on the NPS to measure CX?

I was looking over the “State of Digital Customer Experience Report – 2020,” published by and Simpler Media Group, and many of my suspicions and observations were confirmed when it comes to the current efforts to improve CX using today’s most popular technologies. They fall short, typically making decisions based on treating symptoms and not the root cause of CX issues – friction in the digital customer journey.

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Are your customers feeling more like a number than a customer?

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Do Your CX Tools Show You What You Really Need To Know?

If you can’t see what your customer is experiencing in real time, how are you going to make their experience better?

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Putting Customers Back In The Customer Journey

Somewhere along the way during the digital transformation era, the customer fell out of the customer journey.  Just ask yourself, “Are our customers at the center of our digital transformation?” They should be.

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Techniques & Benefits of Identifying and Streamlining Low Risk Customers or Applicants

Are you offending your best customers with unnecessary friction?

In a new white paper produced by The Fraud Practice, learn how leading Fintechs are leveraging Neuro-ID’s NOW Data™ by recognizing their best customers earlier in the customer journey.

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The Digital Experience is Broken!

The Digital Experience is broken!  Friction-filled processes have created unnecessary frustration, driving away valuable customers as they interact with brands online. While the move to digital has opened an exciting new world of opportunity to shop and purchase from any device, at any time, it has not come without a cost. Critical human elements have been lost, making it difficult to initiate and build lasting customer relationships. This “digital communication gap” between customers and brands have led to poor customer experiences and conversion rates that are a fraction of what they were back when face-to-face interactions were the norm.

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