Leave Your Mark

The entire premise of customer experience (CX) is based on the idea that brands want their customers to have positive interactions with them and their products. In other words, brands who focus on customer experience want to leave a positive mark.

When my team and I were putting together the content for CX Elevated 2018, I started thinking a lot about how the mark we want to leave can define not just our CX efforts, but our lives.

Our lives are made up of moments that create a certain kind of impact. Our choice is not if we will leave a mark, but rather what kind of mark we leave. Previously, our company referred to this stand-out way of affecting the people around us as “Red Shoes” living, but with the most recent evolution in company vision, we figured it was time for a new take on an old classic.

It was this line of thinking that lead me to create the Leave Your Mark award and share it with our InMoment community on the last day of conference. It was an absolute pleasure to present the first of these awards to Sean Rausch, a local high school student who chose to leave a legacy of sportsmanship and camaraderie that serves as an inspiration to everyone.

In a cross country state championship race, Sean chose to forgo personal victory when his teammate snapped his tibia mid-race, falling to the ground. Sean stopped, picked his teammate up and carried him on his back—stopping only to set his teammate down so he could hop across the finish line and finish the race.

Both boys were disqualified, but it wasn’t the podium that mattered here or the winners that exemplified true sportsmanship. It was the young man who gave up his chance for a medal because he wanted to do the right thing. Sean chose to leave a mark, and in my mind his choice is more meaningful than a thousand first place titles.

The award presented to this remarkable athlete was a plaque impressed with a sneaker-sole footprint. This print represented the mark that Sean chose to leave. We also presented all attendees and InMoment employees with a similar plaque, instructing them to write on the sole a description of the mark they want to leave. This mark could be personal or professional, family or customer experience-oriented, big-picture or in the moment.

Being intentional about the mark you want to leave makes a huge difference in how you live every day. Our hope with this new movement is to inspire our community so that in moments of reflection, we will all be able to look back and be able to say that we left the mark we wanted to leave.

How are you leaving your mark?

Are You Approaching Customer Experience as a Puzzle or a Mystery?

The theme of this year’s CX Elevated conference, From Insights to Intelligence, represented  our long-term vision for customer experience.

This vision includes the imperative all organizations have: moving from achieving insights into what customers think about their experiences toward a more comprehensive understanding of their conversations, emotions, and actions, and how that intelligence can impact the brand.

As we began planning our annual conference, our CEO, Andrew Joiner, left no doubt as to his pick for the primary keynote: Malcolm Gladwell, one of today’s brightest thought leaders and a New York Times bestselling author. . Previously, Andrew had seen Gladwell give a presentation on two fundamentally different approaches to “solving”: puzzles and mysteries.

In the case of a puzzle, you’re working with a lack of information. To solve for a puzzle situation you gather more data until you have all of the pieces and thus, the answer. In the case of  mysteries, however, you have lots of data—too much, sometimes—and need special tools to locate the right signals amidst all of that noise. Mysteries don’t have a single right answer, but rather require creativity, curiosity, and discernment to solve.

When it comes to CX, we’re most definitely dealing with the latter paradigm. As Gladwell put it:

“In the collision of human beings and all of their complexities with data, you are surrounded by mysteries.”

To help us understand the way to approach mysteries, Gladwell provided three examples of challenges that would benefit from a mystery approach. My favorite example concerns professional basketball players and the way their value is measured.

It used to be that a pro basketball player’s value was determined simply by the number of points they scored. However this changed with the introduction of win share analysis. This new way of valuing players took into account other aspects that contribute to overall skill and performance. The new lense yielded entirely different results, enabling analysts to determine that most players peaked in their fourth year in the league. While this was more interesting, and probably helpful to teams and coaches, Gladwell observed that this process didn’t take into account the other “noise” or characteristics that sometimes contribute to a later, even greater personal best. When he approached this mystery differently, he found that variables such as player happiness and work ethic caused players like Gordon Hayward to play their personal best later in their careers than the league average. In this case, bringing in specific types of data and analyzing it in new ways kept players with great potential from being overlooked.

In this example, Gladwell was able to expertly describe to us the dangers of addressing human behavior as if it were a puzzle, which can lead to misinformation, bad answers, and missed opportunities.

So what does this have to do with customer experience? In a post-CX Elevated note to InMoment staff, Andrew made the explicit connections:

“We hosted one of the great geniuses of our time — Malcolm Gladwell. His keynote at CXE was about how the world, especially in customer experience, is shifting away from traditional analytical constructs (a puzzle-based approach). His take is that they simply don’t work anymore. Asking more questions and producing more metrics won’t help our clients solve complex customer experiences. They need the right data and more intelligent technology — and that’s where InMoment is helping.”

Together with our clients, we are trying to understand what their customers think of their experiences. We aren’t just trying to solve for what they do well what they
could do better, we are attempting to understand and give intelligence on how the myriad of digital and physical interactions with people, products, environments, etc. impacts the relationship between customer and brand. And more importantly, why. With those answers, we can help build brands in prioritizing their efforts, introducing new offerings, and forging high-value, lasting bonds with customers.

Throughout the rest of 2018 we’ll be introducing even more tools brands can use to successfully pursue the great mystery of customer experience. And while the mystery vs. puzzle approach is infinitely more complex, the business and human impact hold a positive potential that is both perplexing and incredibly exciting.

Here’s What You Missed at CX Elevated 2018!

Last week, we wrapped up what has gone down in the books as our best conference yet! From kickoff on February 26 to the closing remarks on March 1, every minute was filled with valuable content and conversations that kept customer experience at the center.

This year’s theme, “From Insights to Intelligence,” focused not only on what you can learn from your data, but what you and your organization can do with that knowledge to gain real customer intelligence that impacts your business. If that sounds like something you’re interested in, here’s a quick recap of what you missed at CX Elevated 2018:  

1. Our Vision for the Future of CX

InMoment’s CEO, Andrew Joiner, talked about the vision that has been guiding our company and product innovation, and it all comes down to this: in order to get where we want to be, we need to move from surveys to intelligent conversations, from metrics to meaning, and from insights to intelligence. It’s not about asking more questions, but changing the way we ask, enriching the data we already have, and prioritizing the insights that create the most impact so we can drive real action and change.

2. Innovative Product Announcements

One of the most exciting parts about CX Elevated is being able to unveil the innovations we’ve been working on in the past year. We had many demonstrations and developments this year, one of the most exciting being the new Customer Experience Intelligence Cloud (CXIC). This new platform is a SaaS-based, highly intelligent solution that focuses on jobs to be done for customer experience optimization. Additionally, we announced a variety of self-service capabilities as well as updates to our award-winning Discover product.

3. Malcolm Gladwell on Puzzles vs. Mysteries

This year, our keynote speaker was the incredible Malcolm Gladwell, New York Times bestselling author, one of TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people, and Foreign Policy’s top global thinkers. Malcolm’s speech truly showed why he is regarded as one of the most innovative thinkers today; he discussed what happens when people collide with data and how that creates a need to think of problems not as puzzles, but as mysteries to get the best answers.

4. Executive Track Sessions with CX Experts

This year’s executive track sessions were nothing short of ground breaking. We brought in clients, partners, and fellow CX innovators to share their knowledge and experiences with our attendees in a few exclusive sessions. CX executive, author, and professor JC Quintana shared seven essentials for building customer relationships, while Victoria Bough (Customer Experience Expert at McKinsey & Company) outlined six hallmarks of best-in-class CX leaders. Ora Zutler from Banner Health discussed the quest for transformational customer obsession, while John Wompey from long-time InMoment client Foot Locker discussed the CX leadership that leads to true transformation.

5. Forrester Analyst on a Human Experience with Technology

Forrester analyst and author of “Digital Disruption: Unleashing the Next Wave of Innovation,” James McQuivey talked to us about the way our lives are enriched by the technology around us. Where it may seem that sometimes our lives are made more hectic by technology, he emphasized that it is the way we choose to partner with technology that matters. When we create new innovations, James suggested that it is important to “stay true to what is fundamentally human” to make products that better our lives.

6. Thought Leadership Sessions on Best Practices

This year, we had more than 10 thought leadership and client-led presentations to attend! Whether the speakers were InMoment employees, CXPA executives, or brands like Westar Energy, Caesars Entertainment, and Tiffany & Co, each and every session shared groundbreaking best practices that gave attendees real-world advice from people who have been there, done that, and done it well.

7. Lots of Insights and Lots of Fun

It’s true, we take pride in the excellence of our content, but we also believe that all work and no play makes for a very dull conference. This year we opened CX Elevated 2018 with Casino Night, showed attendees what Salt Lake City has to offer with a dinner at the local Squatters Pub Brewery, and then, of course, there was our legendary Snow Day. On Wednesday CX Elevated guests took to the mountains for skiing, snowboarding or snowmobiling, and even enjoyed some shopping, curling, or a day at the spa. We wrapped it all up with a beach-themed-bash to add a little sun to Snow Day.

This year’s CX Elevated conference was truly an excellent opportunity to take a deeper dive into the world of customer experience, the products that inform it, and where the industry is headed (with a little fun thrown in here and there). Thank you to all who were able to come out and join us!

InMoment’s Top 5 Infographics of 2017

Continuing on our theme of looking back to move forward into the new year, we thought we’d take a look at a few of our favorite infographics from the last year.

These infographics represent many of the innovations we’ve made this past year, and all are applicable for anyone concerned with improving the customer experience. So without further ado, here are our top five infographics of 2017:

Enjoy the holiday season, and we look forward to seeing you in the new year!

InMoment’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

It’s been a great year of innovations and insights for the world of customer experience! From new products and trends, to new strategies and solutions, 2017 has been a year we at InMoment won’t soon forget.

As time goes on, it’s important to take a look back at what we’ve learned to continue making progress in the next year. Take a look at our 10 favorite blog posts of 2017 to see what CX discoveries you can bring into the new year!

Stay tuned in 2018 for more CX insights from InMoment!

9 Reasons to Attend CX Elevated 2018

Here at InMoment, we are gearing up for CX Elevated 2018 this February! We are so excited for this year’s event, as we know that this is an incredible opportunity for anyone, anywhere in their CX journey.

It is our goal to have each of our attendees leaving with the best, most actionable information to inspire their CX efforts. In other words, we want there to be no doubt in your mind that you weren’t just treated to an event with lights and entertainment, but that you gained real value from the sessions, speeches, and stories presented.

With all we have planned, we are confident CX Elevated 2018 will do just that. Here are nine reasons to attend!

1. Update from Our CEO

At this year’s CX Elevated, you will hear from InMoment CEO Andrew Joiner as he discusses his vision for the company, our products, and the customer experience industry as a whole.

2. Hands-on Workshops

The best way to learn is by doing, and we want attendees to discover the path to CX success in the best way possible. This year, we will offer hands-on workshops as part of the conference to give you the opportunity to not only see but experience the techniques and practices that will improve your customer experience.

3. Salt Lake City, Capital of the Silicon Slopes

InMoment headquarters is located in one of the most beautiful places with some of the best snow on earth. We’re proud of this city and would love to show our attendees all of the great things Salt Lake City has to offer, from dining and shopping to the great outdoors.

4. Client-Led Breakout Sessions

There is nothing more valuable than experience, and our customers have gained incredible insights along their CX journeys. In our client-led breakout sessions, you will have the chance to hear from our clients as they share their stories and advice for the best possible customer experience.

5. Networking

CX Elevated is a gathering of CX professionals, program experts, and people who are striving to optimize their organization’s customer experience. This conference offers an excellent opportunity to get to know other like-minded individuals and use those conversations to take new ideas back to your own organization.

6. Role-Specific Tracks

We know that different roles see different opportunities in improving the customer experience, so this year we will be introducing role-specific tracks for our breakout sessions. There will be specific tracks for executive, strategic, and practitioner attendees to make sure the themes and information is perfectly tailored for you.

7. Snow Day

We already mentioned Utah’s incredible snow, but we haven’t mentioned how we intend to get you out in it. Snow Day is a chance for attendees to process all the valuable information they learn during conference— and have a little fun, too. Snow Day includes food, shopping, tours and, of course, snow!

8. Bigger and Better Venue

Last year’s CX Elevated was such a success, and this year’s conference promises to be even better and bigger— literally! We have moved this year’s conference to the beautiful Grand America Hotel in SLC to accommodate this growing event.

9. Keynote Speaker Malcolm Gladwell

We are honored to have five-time bestselling New York Times author Malcolm Gladwell delivering our keynote speech. As one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people, we are ecstatic to hear his musings on customer experience and its future!

 

These are only a few of the stand out elements that make CX Elevated such an incredible, inspiring event, but don’t just take our word for it. Register today and experience CX Elevated 2018 for yourself!

3 Mentionable Moments from CX Online Summit 2017

CX Online Summit 2017 is a wrap! Thank you to all of you who tuned in. We hope you left just as inspired by the content as we were in creating it.

There were so many valuable moments in each segment, but I have chosen a few of my favorites to highlight:

1. JD Nyland and Joel Diamond on the Importance of Ease

When it comes to providing any variable in the CX equation, the easier it is to contribute, the better. During their demonstration of exciting InMoment technology, JD Nyland and Joel Diamond showed how features like speech-to-text and video feedback add ease to the CX optimization process. The goal of features like these, JD said, was “[to enable] customers to use the devices they have to give feedback whenever they want. Wherever they might be.”

2. Andrew Park on Socializing for Success

As we all know, customer feedback and the insights it provides are no good when they only exist in one corner of an organization. They can only do their job when they are distributed to every employee with emphasized importance.

In his segment, Andrew Park outlined the components of a successful CX program and his top tips for socializing insights, beginning with the truism, “the whole company needs to know the value of these insights, and to do that, CX must be part of the conversation.” For Andrew, socializing CX intelligence arms employees with insights which in turn creates a true CX culture.

3. CEO Andrew Joiner on the Bright Future of CX

My final highlight comes from our CEO, Andrew Joiner, who took a moment to look into the future of customer experience. He believes CX is destined to become the next big technology trend. Why? Andrew answered this question saying, “We all have customers. If we listen to them, we know we can service them better and they’ll buy more product from us. [CX] technology guides organizations to do that.” This gets at the very core of why we do what we do here at InMoment: We truly believe that positive customer experiences create success, and therefore every moment matters. Understanding the why and how of each moment unlocks that success, and CX technology is the key.

 

As you can tell, this year’s CX Online Summit had a lot to offer. To learn more about the future of CX and get best practices that will help you improve the customer experience in your own organization, join us in person for our CX Elevated conference!

5 Quotable Client Stories for CX Day

Happy CX Day! We hope you’re taking advantage of today and celebrating your customer experience efforts.

Wherever you are on your CX journey, it is always helpful to share stories and hear from other companies on the same path to customer experience success. With this in mind, I’ve gathered some quotes from our CX Spotlight video series to share and discuss with you.

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“We actually consider [open-ended feedback] to be the most valuable feedback that we get. Although scores are important, when we hear something specific from the guests, that’s very valuable and we can either go back and make a correction or reinforce the behavior that wowed our guest.” — Jeff Jacobson, Chief Operating Officer at Costa Vida

Customer Experience is more than just the sum of your scores; it’s your unstructured data that can give you the best idea of how you are doing as a company. Even more so, it’s the open-ended feedback Jeff mentioned that will give you the actionable insights you need to truly make a difference.

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“It’s one thing to say, ‘hey, we provide great guest service and we welcome people’ here and there. Everyone can say it and you could potentially use profits or sales to understand if you’re really performing, but until you have a good feedback system and listen and understand what your guests are saying, I’m not sure how you can attach those two things together.” — Helmuth Mayer, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Dave & Buster’s

When it comes down to it, every business strives for consistently satisfied customers. CX programs help you to bridge the gap between data and results, telling you what the key drivers are for your business and therefore, where you should place your efforts.

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“Our customers are directly telling us what’s important, and I think that really helps the team to focus our energies… it’s the comments from the customer that are important.” — Cathy Dages, Customer Support Supervisor at KARL STORZ Endoskope

Every business has an idea of what their customers want, but without feedback, it’s hard to know if those supposed standards reflect what customers truly want. By keeping open dialogue with your customers through a VoC program, your picture of your customer is 100% correct, because you are getting your facts from the source.

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“The catalyst [for implementing a CX program] was really the end of our mystery shopping program. The one store, one visit per month had run its course. It just wasn’t productive enough and there was too much technology out there to give feedback.” — John Heatherington, International Operations Manager at Marks & Spencer

Mystery shopping is helpful at gaining specific insights from one location on one day, but it is hard to derive actionable insights for overall business objectives from one instance. With VoC programs, you can survey mass amounts of data from multiple locations at multiple times to get a 360° view of how your customer experience efforts are really going.

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“We are always surprised at what our customers are telling us. With the surveys, what we found out was the certain words that the customers were looking for were very different than the words we had in mind for that specific moment… this information helps us to react [to client expectations] quicker.” — Alexa Larsson, Senior Retail Operations Manager at The North Face

The whole purpose of collecting customer data is to predict customer demand so you can meet them. Every moment matters, so knowing what your customers want to hear in each touchpoint with your brand is pivotal to CX success!

We consider our clients to be CX heroes, and so when we celebrate CX Day, we celebrate all the work they’ve put in and the lessons they’ve learned in their pursuit of positive customer experience.

Are You Listening Where Your Customers Are Talking?

The world of customer experience is constantly evolving, especially when it comes to sources of customer feedback. Searching one single channel—or even two or three— means barely breaking the surface of the resources available to you.

Today, the best Voice of Customer programs survey multiple channels such as web, voice, video, mobile, and many more to get the deepest and most informative insights possible. Check out the graphic below to see how your listening methods can invite insights from every possible CX venue!

omnichannel voice of customer data collection

Customers want to be engaged across both physical and digital forums, so it is essential to meet those customers in both places with the tools you need to listen. By engaging your customers on all channels, you are creating seamless interactions with your brand and positive customer experiences.

With InMoment’s platform, feedback from any customer on any channel are available in just one easy-to-use interface. To schedule a demo and get actionable insights from your customer data, click here!

Avoiding Survey Fatigue: How to Filter Your Existing Customer Data

We all know the age-old comparison “like looking for a needle in a haystack” and we’ve all had experiences that make that saying relevant. While searching for your car keys may feel like looking for a needle in a haystack, sorting through your customer data shouldn’t.

You spend time and resources collecting customer data in order to gain the type of insights that can guide your business decisions, but sometimes the path from point A to point B can feel unclear. When you have a multitude of data from multiple channels, insights on one specific topic can seem hard to find. In fact, the task of picking through masses of data for one specific thing can seem so tedious and daunting that you may be tempted to just send a one-off survey out to your customers on a specific topic.

While this technique may be fine every once-in-a-while, using surveys as your main data collection method puts your customers at risk of one terrible CX pitfall: survey fatigue. If their inbox is flooded with surveys every few days, your customers are more likely to be irritable and less likely to give you the valuable feedback you need.

So what do you do? Do you look for the needle in the data haystack or do you risk survey fatigue? Luckily, there is an alternative option that gets you the answers you need in a timely manner: data filtering and prioritization.

Today’s most effective CX software features tools that will allow you to sort through the data you already have to find the information you need to create premium customer experiences. Tools such as Explore™ allow you to slice-and-dice data in multiple ways for multiple insights. To give you an idea of what this looks like, I will discuss three of these filters and how they can be effective problem solvers.

1. Location

Sorting through data by location is endlessly useful. Let’s say you want to see how a new product is doing in specific regions. You simply specify the region on your platform overview and search the product. Your CX platform will automatically sort through existing data to bring up product relevant customer feedback for that area. In filtering your data by location, you have an understanding of that area so you can make decisions that make good business sense and satisfy your customers.

2. Negative Score and Sentiment

Closing the loop with customer complaints is one of the ultimate goals of customer experience. In fact, 70% of the time a person will become a repeat customer when a complaint is resolved in that customer’s favor. The benefits of solving customer complaints are obvious, but it is time-consuming to try to solve every problem as it comes in. To resolve effectively, you need a strategy. Filtering your data by negative score and sentiment can give you that strategy. Simply sort, see what customers are saying, and come up with a way to address the issue. Then you can contact customers to let them know how you are resolving the issues. You’ve saved time and your customers feel heard: It’s a definite win-win!

3. Time

Sorting data by time has two major benefits. Firstly, it allows you to spot trends over time. For instance, you can identify which products are more popular at which time of the year and make decisions to reflect that insight. Secondly, you can put out fires before they start. When you sort your data by time, you can see the feedback that has come in most recently, identify anomalies, and address them before they become a greater problem.

Filtering data not only saves you time, but it also gives you the actionable insights you need to make your customers feel heard.

4 Voice of Customer Tools Every Restaurant Owner Should Know About

When it comes to dining out, everybody has a preference. Some people are held back by dietary restrictions, some are adventurous eaters, and some are just plain picky. There is not one type of restaurant that will please everyone, and that makes dining an incredibly personal experience.

The most obvious determinant for a positive customer experience in a restaurant is the quality of food, but there are many other factors that weigh into culinary satisfaction. The majority of these concerns can be sorted into five major categories: quality of food, staff interactions, speed of service, atmosphere, and value.

In a world where 91% of unhappy customers will not return to a brand, it is crucial for restaurants to drive customer satisfaction in these areas—but how can they keep up?

That is where Voice of Customer (VoC) technology comes in. These technologies give providers direct access to their customer feedback so they can make impactful changes in the way they do business.

Voice of Customer solutions can be applied to restaurants in many ways, but I am going to outline four specific VoC tools that can address these five main concerns and determine positive or negative customer experience for your diners.

Real-time Alerts

Some Voice of Customer platforms offer real-time alerts that notify staff of customer concerns as they happen, allowing them to take action almost immediately. Though these can address all five categories listed above, they can be most helpful with issues of atmosphere and quality of food.  If a customer asserts that the bathrooms in a certain location are unclean or the food is cold, the location would receive a notification of that customer’s feedback as it was made. Management could then rectify the situation, helping to ensure positive atmosphere and quality of food experiences for other customers that day.  

Predictive Analytics

Predictive analytics give businesses the power to forecast demand and make differences in both speed of service and staff interactions. With this VoC tool, managers can determine when there is a rush and schedule staff accordingly.  This small adjustment stops one of the biggest customer complaints—long lines and wait times—before it even starts. As an added bonus, staff members won’t be under pressure from grumpy customers, ensuring positive staff interactions for customers.

Location-Specific Insights

VoC Programs with location specific insights are most useful for identifying anomalies in quality of food. For example, if there are three cases of food poisoning in one region, businesses will be made aware of the problem before it gets out of control. This tool is also useful when testing out a new product. If one region tests it, location-specific insights can surface conclusive customer feedback on the new product.

Benchmarking

Benchmarking VoC tools give restaurants the ability to see how they match up in comparison to their competitors. This can be most useful when comparing value of their meals versus other providers. With this information, businesses can make cost-effective changes to assure customers that they are getting the best value for their dollar.

At the end of the day, all restaurateurs strive for satisfied customers, no matter what kind of food they serve. By utilizing VoC tools, businesses can make day-to-day, time-relevant adjustments that tailor to their customers’ taste and give them the best dining experience possible.  

Practicing What We Preach: How Customers Shaped the New InMoment Dashboards

Listen. Understand. Share. As customer experience continues to gain momentum and becomes the new competitive battleground for businesses around the world, these three principles remain consistent.

In the same way InMoment supports brands in their efforts to give customers a voice at the decision-making table, we strive to practice what we preach, ensuring our own customers are collaborators in improving the products and the services we offer.

In just a couple weeks, InMoment will release an updated Dashboards product. These user-centered Dashboards help brands easily view and configure real-time customer data. Dashboards are effortlessly configured to uncover relevant insights for each role in the organization.

But we could not have gotten here without input from our current clients. These new Dashboards are the result of several months of InMoment product managers, UX designers, and software developers working directly with brands who participated in a beta program to help us better understand their business needs.

How We’ve Listened

InMoment collects feedback from our clients across many touchpoints throughout the product development life cycle.

Some of these channels include:

  • Weekly phone calls with Customer Success Managers
  • Interviews and surveys from a multifaceted customer listening program
  • Ideas and discussions on the client-exclusive InMoment Community
  • In-person conversations with members of our product and leadership teams

One brand that played an integral role in the development of the new Dashboards is maurices, a leading women’s fashion retailer.

“We view Dashboards as a critical component in telling our brand story consistently to everyone, adding other data to create deeper insight, and piecing together the puzzle to enable different departments to get the most out of our experience data,” said Kristin Anderson, AVP of Customer Insights at maurices.

Anderson met with InMoment weekly to help a cross-functional team understand how Dashboards could better meet maurices’ business needs. “At every meeting, the team at InMoment listened, asked intelligent questions, and sought to understand what they could do differently. Their enthusiasm—both for their own product and for the use cases we were presenting—was always contagious.”

How We’ve Acted

Improving customer experience requires more than just listening to what customers are saying. It is understanding and acting on data that truly sets CX leaders apart from the rest.

Creating the new Dashboards was a team project—both externally and internally. Multiple teams at InMoment played a part in bringing our customers’ vision to life. At times, this was difficult, as each employee wanted to make sure that even competing client ideas were fairly heard and considered.

  • The UX designers gathered early feedback that the design felt clunky and jarring . They responded to this perspective by creating a modern design where each button, dropdown list, swipe, and scroll felt as natural as possible.
  • Our QA Engineer carefully recorded and investigated each bug and broken feature that was submitted. Dashboards went through hundreds of revisions as developers worked hard to earn that quality assurance “stamp of approval.” The final result is one of the largest and cleanest product releases we’ve ever seen.
  • Developers wanted to improve upon past complaints that legacy dashboards were slow. This required the development team to find new and better ways to do its work. It required balancing short-term obstacles with long-term vision while also keeping the end user at the front of mind.

This past March, the entire Dashboards team attended our CX Elevated conference together to watch as the product was first introduced on the main stage. The positive reception from customers and industry leaders helped reinforce enthusiasm for the product. With that being said, we know that we still have more work to do.

A Commitment to Innovation

Listening isn’t a one-time action—it’s a continual process. While we are excited to share the new Dashboards product, we are committed to keep building and refining features to better meet our clients’ business objectives.

How are you taking action on feedback from your customers?

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