Guest Post by Pallavi Pavithran at Clootrack Last year, I went for a staycation with my family, and I must say it was an unforgettable vacation as we had a terrible experience with the food and cleanliness of the rooms.
Guest Post by Salma El-Shurafa Many companies are thinking about improving employee experience and what facets make a great employee experience. The answers to these questions are constantly changing. There was a time when the focus was on incentives and
Guest Post by Howie Bick Customer experience is an important topic for businesses in all industries. The experience that your prospects and customers have has a major impact on whether they become paying customers, look for other alternatives, or become
Image by Paul Brennan from Pixabay Guest post by Shrushti Shah Most companies offer some kind of user onboarding to immediately improve customer satisfaction, whether in the form of printed instructions, in-app video tutorials, or extensive training programs designed to
Images courtesy of SentiSum Guest Post by Ben Goodey Customer support leaders are often up against the same problem: Support tickets come in high volumes and are usually unfettered, qualitative text that can be analyzed for friction points. Thus, support
Image by Yan Wong from Pixabay Guest Post by Howard L. Lax, PhD Some business leaders still see Customer Experience (CX) as a soft-and-fluffy activity. Make customers happy. Be nice. Smile. Apply the Golden Rule. They look at their NPS