We’re entering year three of what most thought would be a two-week problem. Covid-19 sent customer expectations skyrocketing overnight, while lockdowns accelerated the need for digital transformation.
The effect is a playing field forever changed. But now, some businesses are finding that early pandemic solutions are not sustainable for keeping customers in the new new normal they have created.
Your customers keep demanding that you engage on new channels. What’s more, they expect you to predict how and when they will switch their preference.
Meanwhile, frazzled and a bit fogged after three pandemic years, customers need more gentle nudges and reminders to engage. But, sending more communications from more channels presents greater likelihood of fragmented journeys and challenges in delivering a consistent message.
Since we’re all on edge, many customers are ready to pounce on your call center when they experience this frustration, driving down employee experience in a time when employees are your most valuable resource.
In this discussion, Tracey Whelan from Nirva and Scott Draeger from Quadient will discuss how journey mapping, omnichannel design, and critical integrations can work together to help you communicate more effectively across a wider array of channels as per client communication volumes increase.