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Why Bad Customer Experiences Escalate So Quickly

Mostly, customers are content to be compliant. But, when it goes bad, it can be disastrous for your brand.

The Frequency Illusion Perhaps you’ve never heard of the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon, but odds are you have experienced it.  Also known as the “frequency illusion,” it happens when we repeatedly notice something after first learning about it.  Maybe it’s a new word, and suddenly, you notice it in conversations, hear it on the morning news, and…

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Is Your Company Accidentally Tone-deaf to Your Customers?

How much will a failed customer experience cost you?

A recent incident in which a customer was dragged off an aircraft operated by one of the largest airlines in the world reminds us of why we must be so diligent about truly understanding the customer experience we create. It is also a stark reminder that any negative experience with your brand can instantly go…

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Defining What’s Really Happening with your Customer Experience

Customer Engagement

Are you getting negative reviews or ratings online or in surveys about some aspect of the customer experience? You’re not alone. In today’s technology-driven marketplace, customers are benchmarking your company’s performance against innovators like Amazon and Apple, and most companies are falling short of that standard on at least a few customer touchpoints. That’s why Cimphoni…

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5 Key Steps to Align Customer Experience with Customer Expectations

Cimphoni Original White Paper: 5 Key Steps to Align Customer Experience with Evolving Customer Expectations

Today, we launch our latest original white paper, 5 Key Steps to Align Customer Experience with Evolving Customer Expectations. In this white paper, we define the multi-channel buyer’s journey in 2016, which is more complex than ever before, and provide the Cimphoni methodology to analyze and diagnose what’s working and what’s not in your customer experience. If your company…

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