Written by Silvana Buljan for Buljan & Partners consulting
A desperate customer in search of help and solutions often finds himself confronted with complex procedures, incomprehensible sales pitches and decisions made unilaterally in the corporate world. Further still, rather than be lessened, he finds his frustration increases because he fails to receive an acceptable solution. This is an ongoing trend in many companies, even while claiming that the customer experience is the focus of their strategic priority – in today’s world it doesn’t look good if you don’t have a Customer Experience department. Continue reading
By Silvana Buljan for Buljan & Partners consulting
What is CCM (Customer Centric Management)? How does it differ from CRM (Customer Relationship Management)?
While CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is closely linked to data, systems, technology, software, etc., CCM (Customer Centric Management) revolves around the customer. Although technology is also important in CCM, it needs to go a step further, given that, besides using technology, CCM requires a customer-oriented definition of processes. CCM also requires trained staff who can provide a good customer experience, since good customer service is always the objective. It is precisely a customer-based model rather than a product-based model what differentiates CCM and CRM.
Written by Ana Mateu for Buljan & Partners Consulting
I always like putting things into perspective. I guess it comes from my school days, and I find it very interesting and helpful. At times, it may seem distressing to realize that there is always more than one alternative, more than one side, more than one outlook, more than one way… However, practicing the art of perspective in everything in life can also be very rewarding.
I first came into perspective and its meaning in drawing class. It is of key importance when learning how to draw, to know how to place the objects in their framework.
When applying perspective to Customer Centricity, its own name implies that the Customer ought to be at the center of the picture. That is: at its core. The axes support the center, the angles flow and the whole picture is framed within the horizon line and the outlook of the viewer.