The Customer Experience: fashion or obligation?

The Customer Experience: fashion or obligation Today we want to highlight the innate potential that we have in organizations to serve our clients in an exceptional way: the innate Customer Experience

Some experts already point out that, in order to improve the customer experience, it is not only necessary to reduce the distance between the client’s expectations and what he actually receives, but his emotion must be managed. To this end, sophisticated systems for capturing these signals (changes in the skin, micro facial expressions …) are being investigated in the most objective way possible that they are also practical, economical and easy to use.

  • People are equipped with innate and learned skills for managing emotions in a simple and economical way

That is, we are social beings and therefore we are equipped with the necessary skills to interpret and manage the emotions of others and our own. It is a matter of survival. For example, a baby who begins to walk but stumbles and falls to the ground, the first thing he does is not cry, but look at his mother / father. If the caregiver makes a scary face, the baby will cry. If the caregiver is calm and faces acceptance because the fall is part of the learning process, the baby will know that he has to get up again and keep trying. They learn to react based on the emotional response of their environment.

Therefore, this is what our customers expect. When there is something that does not work and they react with anger, pasotism, apathy, there must be a survival response. That is, a change.

However, according to a study in the US, customers are lost by:

  • 1% because they die
  • 2% because they move
  • 4% because they leave with the seller
  • 11% for the price and other associated costs
  • 14% for dissatisfaction with the product / service
  • 68% due to the attitude of indifference of a company representative.

Why can’t we look at our clients and know what emotion they are having? Why don’t we know how to react to properly manage that emotion and achieve the goal of satisfying it?

Since customer service has professionalized, companies have insisted on controlling and measuring everything.

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How to make your client the protagonist

The client must always be the protagonist of your company: Do you do what is necessary to make it so?

Most companies say their customer is the number one priority. But is it really like that? In this post we give you the keys to make your client the protagonist of your company through the following questions:

Processes:

  • Do we have the client integrated in all the processes of our company?
  • Do we have it integrated into the decision and strategy processes of the different areas?
  • Do we have it at least integrated into some mechanism that collects your feedback in real time?
  • Is there a possibility that a change in the needs of your customers will affect a modification of your product or service or improve a process quickly?

Implication:

  • Can the entire organization respond positively to these questions or only some areas of the company?
  • The rest of the company, where is it oriented? To the product, to the intuitions of the partners, to the technology, to the benefits …
  • Do we have internal boycotts to really focus on the customer?
  • Is the leadership dome rather conservative and promotes and is involved in that helm turn?
  • Is there any figure that directs this change and leads the incorporation of the client in the new processes?
  • Do we have a company accustomed to constant change efficiently?

Feedback:

  • The client is asked about his experiences, what he thinks not only of a product but of how the service offered, the processes, the solutions offered are organized?
  • Is the customer asked about their expectations?

Employees:

  • Is the suggestions for improvement of the workers themselves taken into account?
  • Are workers themselves properly incentivized as the main points of contact with customers?

It is not easy to make a helm turn when your organization is oriented, organized and structured towards other foci that are not “the customer”. It has not always been necessary. But today it is essential.

How to do it?

  1. Social networks help us integrate customer opinion into our processes. Use them to value the positive and improve the least positive.
  2. Do not be afraid of complaints, you just have to do what customers ask us to shout, value how to do it strategically.
  3. Recalculate your costs and reorient the actions based on customer feedback and employee suggestions.
  4. You must be original to fit the puzzle until the gear shift works perfectly.
  5. Use tools that facilitate the work and handling of millions of data to obtain conclusive results.
  6. Take small actions that substantially improve the customer experience, according to your own requests.

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A company without its workers is nothing – Quality awards

Last Thursday, October 24, the Quality Awards of the third quarter of the year were awarded where the best workers are rewarded

The Customer Service Field Work Leader, Teresa Capsir, and the Quality Process Analyst, José Ramón Quesada, presented the quality awards for the third quarter of the year in Barcelona and Madrid. Winners were awarded with diplomas and gift vouchers from the English Court.

On this occasion we congratulate the following winners: Carles Mujal, David Blanchart, Jennifer Siso, Leonardo Ramírez, Mª Ángeles Collado, María Herrero, Sandra García, Sara Pozuelo and Sonia Guzmán. Congratulations to all!

Nine prizes are awarded each quarter, three for each service group (Call Center, Banking and Help Desk). Thus, all agents have the same opportunities to access them, regardless of their work group.

To prepare the list of quarterly awards, the agent’s permanence throughout the quarter between the top 10 positions in the quality ranking, as well as his average score obtained, is taken into account. With this assessment, the constancy and dedication in the day-to-day work of each agent is being given priority and rewards, since the purpose of these awards is to recognize and reward the efforts of people who, with the quality of their work, contribute to the success and growth of MST Holding.

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Chronicle: “We cannot embrace all technology without thinking of citizens”

Last Thursday, October 31, the Digitalization of the Tourism Sector was held at the Convalescència House in Barcelona

La digitalización del Sector Turístico

On October 31, C3 Digital By MST Holding organized a Round Table about the technological solutions that The future of the tourism sector holds. The Convalescència House of Barcelona hosted the Round Table: “The Digitalization of the Tourism Sector”.

The event

An event organized by C3 Dgital By MST Holding. The Head of Digital and Innovation, Karen Quipusco, was the moderator of a round table that featured speakers from the tourism sector. On the one hand, Davide Lusuardi (1st left), Head of Operations of Costa Cruises in Spain and Portugal, shared his experience in how technology is optimizing the marketing processes of tourism products and services. “We have to encourage tourism, you should not always be stuck in the same.”

Javier de Ramón (1st right), the Director of CRM and Marketing Services at Fira Barcelona, ​​told us his vision about the challenges of digital transformation in the MICE and business industry. “Companies must prepare the pre and post in the Customer Experience.”

Also, Christian Rodríguez (2nd right), the founder of BYHOURS.COM, fascinated us with his experience on tourism business models today and the role of innovation in the territory’s tourism sector. “Digitalization is not just applying technology. You have to know it to know what is going to make us grow.”

Finally, Rafael González (2nd left), is a managing partner and founder of Vivential Value, with several years collaborating with the public administration, focused on how technology is changing the way of living the travel experience. In addition to the challenges that Destinations must face before the technological digital revolution. “We can’t embrace all the technology without thinking about citizens.”

Each of them offered us the vision and the expectation that the future of the sector holds for us and what are the trends that they use in their respective companies.

The key points

In summary, the themes that could be heard at the Round Table were the following:

  1. The importance of understanding our business and how to approach it. Is digitalization an end or just a means for us?
  2. The Big Data We continue with the culture of data or the cult of data. It is not enough just to obtain and analyze them, you have to know how to interpret them and lower them to the reality of our environment.
  3. Customer understanding and customization: let’s break paradigms and focus on asking them before taking for granted that we are doing well. You have to focus on the experience.
  4. The importance of interaction: We must not only integrate our solutions with the data. But we must also integrate all the actors that influence when satisfying experiences to our clients.
  5. Sustainability: Trend or reality? Is the sector prepared to face the sustainability that the world requires? Is the tourist and the citizen?
  6. Think different” “think out of the box”: Are we seeing new digital businesses as new opportunities or only as threats to the industry?

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Everything you need to know about the Digitalization of the Tourism Sector, October 31

On October 31 C3 Digital By MST Holding organizes the round table: ‘The Digitalization of the Tourism Sector’, an event that will have recognized experts from the sector

C3 Digital By MST Holding organizes the round table: ‘Digitalization of the Tourism Sector’ on October 31. The day will last from nine to 12 at the Casa Convalescència (Barcelona). Great speakers, raffles, coffee break and much more!

On Monday 28 we close registrations, there are few places left. SUBSCRIBE!

The speakers

A brief summary of what we are preparing for the big day:

On the one hand, Davide Lusuardi, Head of Operations of Costa Cruises in Spain and Portugal, will share his experience in how technology is optimizing the processes of marketing tourism products and services.

Javier de Ramón, the Director of CRM and Marketing Services at Fira Barcelona, ​​will explain his vision of the challenges of digital transformation in the industry and MICE and business.

Also, Christian Rodríguez, the founder of BYHOURS.COM, will enrich us with his experience on tourism business models today and the role of innovation in the territory’s tourism sector.

Josep-Francesc Valls, Professor of Marketing Management ESADE Business & Law School, will contribute with his contribution on the advantages of big data, Deep learning, machine learning and intelligent marketing in predicting the behavior of the traveler to optimize the traveler experience and ensure the profitability of the tourism company.

Finally, Rafael González, is a managing partner and founder of Vivential Value, with several years collaborating with the public administration, will focus on how technology is changing the way of living the travel experience. In addition to the challenges that destinations must face before the technological digital revolution.

The program

From 9 in the morning we wait for you at Casa Convalescència with a hot welcome coffee. You will receive your personalized accreditation and a bag with information of the day. Until 10, and with all the attendees and speakers gathered, the Round Table will be given. Our Head of Digital Transformation and Innovation, Karen Quipusco, will be the moderator.

After the debate, a period of 30 minutes of questions will be given. Then, we go to networking to continue sharing ideas.

The event will end with a raffle of five bluetooh speakers among all those attending the event.

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