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So what exactly is Customer Experience Management (CEM)?
Customer Experience Management (CEM or CXM) is a strategic and operational approach commonly used as a competitive differentiator. It involves aligning every aspect of an organisation towards delivering customer needs and successful outcomes no matter how far removed the customer is perceived to be.
- Customer journey – what the customer does, expects and feels.
- Customer Interactions.
- Supporting internal process.
- Associated team and hierarchy structures.
- Performance metrics.
- Digital capabilities.
- Vision, mission & strategy.
Typically, companies who engage in Customer Experience Management activities outperform those who do not.
Customer Experience Management (CEM) is the practice of proactively managing customer interactions, perceptions, and emotions to create positive customer experiences throughout the customer journey.
It involves understanding customer needs, preferences, and expectations and then creating tailored experiences that meet these needs, that are memorable and leave a lasting impression.
CEM also requires connecting the customer experience to the means of delivery, such as the organisation’s people, processes, and systems. This means that CEM requires a comprehensive understanding of the customer journey and ensuring that the organisation’s people, processes, and systems can work together to provide a seamless experience that meets customer needs and expectations.
Additionally, CEM requires a focus on developing customer relationships and fostering loyalty by providing ongoing support, feedback, and value
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