Providing a quality customer experience means devising a plan and sticking with it, but doing so requires a little customer journey mapping. Here Nancy Van Elsacker Louisnord looks at the key steps for getting started with mapping your customer journeys, from the right questions to ask, to creating user personas.
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When it comes to cloud migration, IT decision makers often worry about things such as moving complex workloads and possible data loss – but it doesn’t have to be problematic. In this article we share eight tips for building a seamless cloud migration strategy that will help your organization to get things right.
This article offers up three tips for better customer service – with these applicable to IT professionals who are either offering service and support to their business colleagues or the same to customers in other companies, i.e. via external customer support or managed service provision.
The service desk can be a stressful environment. The sheer number of calls – and the potentially stressful nature of those calls – can progressively affect agents and their wellbeing. This article looks at possible wellbeing issues on the service desk and offers advice on how to best tackle, or ideally, prevent them.
In this article Paul Wilkinson questions whether, that while organizations might aim to be DevOps-propelled technology unicorns, there aren’t just unicorns and horses – the reality is that there are many types of horses. And some of them aren’t that great a ride. What on earth is he talking about? Read on.
While information of enterprise service management successes and failures can be hard to access, here we suggest that the more readily available digital transformation stories can be conveniently applied to corporate enterprise service management strategies and their execution.
In the latest in our series of wellbeing articles, Phil Green provides insight into the impact of mental health issues and offers advice on what’s needed to help those suffering to improve their lives – with the aim of getting you to think differently about mental health and how best to help others if they’re suffering.
In the second of our wellbeing articles, Ian Stock offers advice based on his personal experiences of wellbeing and mental health; including understanding “anhedonia” – a word that doesn’t seem to be widely known (unlike hedonism). Read more here.
Want to deliver excellent services? Want to start improving customer experience, but have no clue where to start? As with anything related to your customers, it’s often best to start with the customers and their journey(s) – so take a look at these five actions to help you on the road to success.