Written by Luis Hergueta for Buljan & Partners Consulting
Today, we are facing a mindset change from offline business models to offline-online combined business models. It is combined because online business models often start with the website and social media and forget about all the rest.
To consider the importance of an online business model is that B2C, B2C etc, process are changing: time and distance barriers are modified through DSL contact. But online processes have an impact on the offline one and for those used to the traditional offline processes this is frequently an issue. Many traditional business models are no longer active since they have been replaced by trendy models. So it is important to change minds and again, see the whole from our customer’s perspective: through Customer Experience Management.
Written by Buljan & Partners Consulting
“A few months ago, I experienced a great jungle trek in the Northern of Laos. The agency I was trekking with was very professional, not only during the experience itself, but also at every stage of the “customer lifecycle”, from the follow-up on the first information provided to the customer satisfaction survey they provided after the trek. Yes, it seemed definitely possible to develop a customer relationship management in remote place like Northern Laos, with neither CRM systems nor good Internet connections… simply with a great team.
Coming back from the trek, I was amused (as the other Western participants) to see the following message on the counter of the agency:
“If you had a problem with your trip and want to talk about it. We ask that you follow some simple advice before discussing it with us: Weiterlesen
Written by Ignacio de Andrés for Buljan & Partners Consulting
Know your customer: easy to say, much harder to perform. It’s been a while since the first time I heard about “know your customer” as a key factor in many Sales & Marketing strategies. In most of the cases, the excitement seemed to stop right after implementing an IT solution and filling it with loads of data. Why?