Use Voice of Customer (VOC) Data to Improve Customer Service

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A Voice of Customer (VOC) program aims to gather and analyze customer insights, allowing you to identify trends and strategies to improve customer experience and deliver positive business outcomes. In simpler terms, VOC offers a way to give your customers a voice within your organization. Today, we’re sharing how you can leverage VOC data to improve customer service. Understand Voice of Customer capture methods.

How & why to restart your Voice of Customer program

Thematic

In this blog, we’ll discuss how to u nderstand your Voice of Customer (VOC) insights and why this is important. What are your customers actually telling you and how do you analyze this information to get to meaningful insights? What is Voice of Customer (VOC)?

Know Your Survey: Voice of Customer and Market Research

CustomerGauge

We’re thrilled to announce the release of our 2017 NPS® and CX Benchmark Survey, made in collaboration with MIT CISR! In honor of this release, we’re launching a series of blog posts, aptly named, “Know Your… ”, to promote CX and NPS best practices.

Fatal Mistakes in Voice of Customer Programs

MaritzCX

Did you know that the typical response rate of Voice of Customer (VoC) programs ranges from 2% to 14%? In fact, survey developers who get a 10% response rate are usually happy, noting that it’s at the high end of “the industry standard.”

Free your mind: Voice of Customer

OpinionLab

A guest blog post by Bill Bruno, CEO of Stratigent , a market leader in multi-channel analytics. When people hear the phrase “Voice of Customer” (VOC) they instantly think of surveys and comment cards deployed on their website. Customer Experience Management.

CX Pulse Infographic: Voice of Customer

Strativity

A customer-centric mentality is reflected in a company’s attitudes and behaviors. It’s presence, or lack thereof, can ultimately strengthen, or weaken, customer relationships. Blog customer engagment CXUPDATE infographic voice of customer

Fatal Mistakes in Voice of Customer Programs

MaritzCX

Did you know that the typical response rate of Voice of Customer (VoC) programs ranges from 2% to 14%? In fact, survey developers who get a 10% response rate are usually happy, noting that it’s at the high end of “the industry standard.” ” Yet, this type of response rate is like having a loved one, View Article

How to Drive Voice of Customer Insights Company-wide: 3 Steps

ClearAction

How to Drive Voice of Customer Insights Company-wide: 3 Steps Lynn Hunsaker. Who needs to hear customer feedback? Just your customer-facing staff? Only a few managers of the biggest problem areas? It’s rare thanks to narrow survey questions.

5 Mistakes to Avoid in your Voice of Customer Program

PeopleMetrics

What are the Top 5 Mistakes that limit the success of a Voice of the Customer program? VoC programs change the culture of an organization by putting the customer first and responding to customers who have poor experiences. Retain Customers?

Focus on critical Voice of Customer issues – do more with less

Thematic

This is part 4 of our blog series from our webinar “5 practical ways to influence managers for Voice of Customer (VOC) success”, by myself and Dr. Alyona Medelyan. . The Pareto principle tells us that 80% of something is caused by 20% of something.

How to tell your Voice of Customer story with pattern discovery

Thematic

Here, we’ll give some examples of how to tell the story of your VOC compellingly to your stakeholders that you are trying to influence, to ensure you have a successful VOC programme. In any analysis, you want to look for patterns within the customer data itself.

Why Only 15% of Voice of Customer Programs are “Very Successful”

ClearAction

Why Only 15% of Voice of Customer Programs are “Very Successful” Lynn Hunsaker. So why is it that two-thirds of VoC programs aren’t making a difference? VoC reports do not speak the language of managers. Voice of Customer

Announcing VOCi; Voice of Customer ‘Intelligence’

MaritzCX

After months of client meetings, focus groups and quantitative studies, one thing stands out: data is everywhere, and VOC pros want help making decisions from their mountains of data. That’s why we are committed to accelerating the delivery of actionable business intelligence from VOC data. It’s not about gathering more survey data, it’s about the insights business leaders need to move the needle

Announcing VOCi; Voice of Customer ‘Intelligence’

MaritzCX

After months of client meetings, focus groups and quantitative studies, one thing stands out: data is everywhere, and VOC pros want help making decisions from their mountains of data. That’s why we are committed to accelerating the delivery of actionable business intelligence from VOC data. It’s not about gathering more survey data, it’s about the insights business leaders need to move the needle

Announcing VOCi; Voice of Customer ‘Intelligence’

MaritzCX

After months of client meetings, focus groups and quantitative studies, one thing stands out: data is everywhere, and VOC pros want help making decisions from their mountains of data. That’s why we are committed to accelerating the delivery of actionable business intelligence from VOC data. It’s not about gathering more survey data, it’s about the insights business leaders need to move the needle

Customer Surveys Are as Important as Ever!

CX Journey

Image courtesy of m kasahara I originally wrote today's post for Clicktools. Some pundits would have you believe that surveys are dead, that they are no longer important for customer listening and understanding. The good news is that companies are listening through surveys.

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Strategic Customer Experience Action on Voice of Customer

ClearAction

Strategic Customer Experience Action on Voice of Customer Lynn Hunsaker. Strategic customer experience results require a strategic approach in the way we collect data and in the way we take action on it. 3 Types of Customer Experience Action Essential to ROI.

Surveys Don't Sell!

CX Journey

Image courtesy of henryfaber Is there anyone in your company who wants to use VoC/CX surveys as marketing tools rather than as customer listening tools? Especially from someone who admits that she is not market research savvy, as the author of that article did.

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A World Series Analogy Using Voice of Customer (VoC) Analysis (Part 2 of 2)

MaritzCX

In Part 1 we concluded by discussing the value of discovering patterns and improving the odds of getting a hit in baseball. Now imagine your most recent customer survey respondents. Your key metric is NPS, and perhaps the recent surveys follow a pattern as shown, and similarly for all in the current wave: Promoter, Passive, View Article

A World Series Analogy Using Voice of Customer (VoC) Analysis (Part 2 of 2)

MaritzCX

In Part 1 we concluded by discussing the value of discovering patterns and improving the odds of getting a hit in baseball. Now imagine your most recent customer survey respondents. Your key metric is NPS, and perhaps the recent surveys follow a pattern as shown, and similarly for all in the current wave: Promoter, Passive, View Article

A World Series Analogy Using Voice of Customer (VoC) Analysis (Part 2 of 2)

MaritzCX

In Part 1 we concluded by discussing the value of discovering patterns and improving the odds of getting a hit in baseball. Now imagine your most recent customer survey respondents. Your key metric is NPS, and perhaps the recent surveys follow a pattern as shown, and similarly for all in the current wave: Promoter, Passive, View Article

Do You Employ Actionability Thinking in Survey Design?

CX Journey

Today's post is a slightly-updated version of one I originally published on Compellon 's blog on January 25, 2017, which is a largely-modified version of a very-popular post I wrote on CX Journey™ five years ago titled 22 Tips for Survey Design.

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Hear How American Express brings the voice of customer to life

Qualtrics

This is the first installment of our new blog series, “Customer Experience Visionaries.” On getting started in Customer Experience with American Express: I really wanted to get closer to the customer. The same holds true with customers.

Who is the Right Customer: Decisions for Managing Customer Surveys

ClearAction

Who is the Right Customer: Decisions for Managing Customer Surveys Lynn Hunsaker. Collecting customer feedback can be trickier than it sounds, as you navigate through decisions for sample selection, timing, frequency, numeric rating and open-ended questions, and so forth.

Messenger: the best VOC Solution for Brick-and-mortar Businesses [Infographic]

ServiceDock

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Bringing Your #VoC Program up to 2020 Standards

CX Journey

Image courtesy of Pixabay How can you be sure that your VoC initiative stays fresh and relevant? Continuous improvement is just important for your VoC initiatives as it is for your entire customer experience journey/transformation. Your surveys aren't mobile friendly?

Improving the Respondent Experience

CX Journey

Image courtesy of Pixabay I originally wrote today's post for CallidusCloudCX. There's a lot of talk about improving the customer experience. And there's a lot of talk about using surveys to listen to customers so that we know where we need to improve the experience.

Who should be using CXM Software in a Chain Store?

ServiceDock

One of the most common problems that leads to poorly performing Customer Experience (CX) programs is a failure to engage staff at all levels of the organisation. Customer Feedback Closing the Feedback Loop CX Surveys Customer Experience Voice of Customer

How to Capture the Voice of the Customer in 2018

Vision Critical

Our flagship customer intelligence event in London was a great opportunity to discuss the latest innovations and product updates in the industry, the constantly evolving expectations of today’s consumer, and how to deliver a superior customer experience in 2018.

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How Do You Know When It's Time to Redesign Your VoC Program?

CX Journey

Image courtesy of Pixabay I originally wrote today's post for Clicktools; it appeared on their blog on July 26, 2016. Last month, I wrote about 20 tips to design better customer surveys. But what if you've been listening to customers for years?

How to deliver superb omnichannel CX in a digital world according to 24,000 consumers globally

OpinionLab

A google of “omnichannel CX stats” and “omnichannel stats” quickly reveals that: 98% of Americans switch devices in the same day ( Google ). 87% of customers think brands need to put more effort into providing seamless omnichannel CX ( Zendesk ).

The Top Customer Experience KPIs that you Should Know

Second to None

In the customer experience domain, KPIs provide insight based on consumer data. Collecting tangible consumer statistics aides CX teams in building stronger programs based on customer needs. So, what are the most popular customer experience KPIs across the board? According to Lumoa’s “The State of the Customer Experience” survey, these are the top six in descending order [1]. Customer Satisfaction (CSAT). Customer Effort Score (CES).

Are You Putting Marbles in a Bowl?

CX Journey

Image courtesy of frscspd Are you listening to act - or are you just putting marbles in a bowl? Probably the most important component of listening to the voice of the customer is acting on what you hear. Want more tips on survey design?

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Using Survey Analytics To Get into The Mind of The Customer

Second to None

“It’s not too difficult to collect data from customers today, but the task of analysing that data is not so easy. This post will walk you through some of the methods to using survey analytics to get into the mind of your customer. This process uses a combination of proven social and digital practices to view consumers’ behaviour through a focused economical lens. This is the best approach to getting into the mind of your customers.

Why Messenger is the best VOC Solution for Brick-and-Mortar Businesses

ServiceDock

You know customer feedback is essential to running your retail chain, restaurant group or similar multi-location business. You know that once a customer has left the premises dissatisfied, the chances of them returning are slim to none. That’s why you invest in mystery shoppers and have probably tried in-store machines or online surveys to try to get feedback straight from your customers’ mouths.