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Published By: Oracle APAC ZO OD Prime Volume SCM ABM Leads June 2017     Published Date: Jul 11, 2017
What this case study reveals is that, with the right leadership, it is possible to turn a company around and make it far more responsive and relevant to its customers, and as a result deliver growth and profits. The upshot of D+M's cultural and business transformation has been a return to growth and profitability. The entire enterprise has played its part, which is why the annual Chairman's Award has recognized individuals who have lived the winning cultural values and achieved excellence in performance. Winners have included factory workers and services people. The firm also continues to innovate with HEOS WMS capabilities extending to the other brands. Customer experience continues to be an area of deep cross-functional focus, and feedback from customers provides a clear indication that the customer experience throughout their buying and ownership journeys is rated highly.
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Published By: HP Inc.     Published Date: Aug 30, 2018
At HP, we know that in retail and hospitality environments, customers expect a fast and simple way to find information or to complete a transaction. The physical point-of-sale experience must rise to meet the demands of retailers through high aesthetic value and peak performance. From an elegant hotel to a small boutique, a quick-service restaurant to an outdoor garden center—all of these locations require a point-of-sale device that meets specific needs while appealing to any user. My team at HP sought to elevate this experience by redefining the customer experience through a versatile, reliable, and beautiful point-of-sale system. For the new HP ElitePOS, we gained insights from everywhere—designers, technologists, retailers, and consumers—to create a product that is beautifully simple. It started as a sketch on a napkin, and is now part of an iconic portfolio that dissolves barriers during point-of-sale customer interactions.
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Published By: Q2 eBanking     Published Date: Jul 30, 2017
Many financial institutions see their customer data as one of their most valuable assets. Unlocking insights from that data helps FIs understand, anticipate and offer account holders the products and services they truly need. A major trend to unlocking customer insights is using machine learning to surface the behavioral intelligence buried in the large amount of account holder transactional data captured each and every day. In this paper, learn how a group of talented, enthusiastic analysts with an open approach to data can yield some very interesting and extremely valuable and actionable results. This approach, championed by Q2 Executive Vice President and CTO Adam Anderson, has led to a new platform, Q2 SMART, which provides powerful behavioral analytics for financial institutions, enabling growth while providing account holders with real value.
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Published By: Oracle Marketing Cloud     Published Date: Oct 06, 2017
Modern Marketers know their customers expect experiences that will blow their minds. Customers are tech savvy, on the move, and want to interact with your brand on their terms. This means wherever, whenever, and however they want. It’s the job of today’s marketers to deliver cross-channel experiences that are personalized, relevant, and timely. When you engage your customers on their terms you create the long-lasting relationships that your business and brand need to drive loyalty and advocacy. Here’s the good news. It’s now possible thanks to the boom of marketing technology solutions. In the last five years the amount of marketing technology options has skyrocketed from just 150 solutions to more than 4,000. This can only mean one thing: marketing technology is here, rapidly being adopted, and proving its value every day.
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Published By: Oracle OMC     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
The face of retail – both online and instore – is rapidly evolving. In addition to margin pressures, resource constraints, and competitive challenges retailers face on an ongoing basis, many are struggling to keep up with the evolving demands of vocal consumers. As new channels and buying habits emerge and evolve, many retail marketers have struggled to keep up. Although many have adopted new technologies to address new channels and challenges, the rapid pace of technological change has created new challenges including: Data silos E-mail marketing overload Channel coordination and conflict These challenges, coupled with the rising cost of acquiring and managing customer data, are compounded by increasing scrutiny on marketing budgets and an expectation of being able to prove the value of every campaign in terms of increased revenues.
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Published By: Oracle OMC     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
It’s the job of today’s marketers to deliver cross-channel experiences that are personalized, relevant, and timely. When you engage your customers on their terms you create the long-lasting relationships that your business and brand need to drive loyalty and advocacy. Here’s the good news. It’s now possible thanks to the boom of marketing technology solutions. In the last five years the amount of marketing technology options has skyrocketed from just 150 solutions to more than 4,000. This can only mean one thing: marketing technology is here, rapidly being adopted, and proving its value every day. The question is: How can you use technology to deliver the best of your brand for your customers? It all starts with customer experience.
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Published By: This program is brought to you by Oracle and Intel     Published Date: Mar 15, 2018
IDC has put the business value of the Oracle Exadata to the test by interviewing eight customers. They reported better business outcomes and efficiencies as a result of improved database performance, scalability, and reliability. The resulting whitepaper also reveals business value highlights, such as 429 percent five-year ROI, US$222,000 additional revenue per 100 users, and 94 percent less unplanned downtime.
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Published By: Bluecore     Published Date: Dec 10, 2018
Bluecore helped evo: Move from batch and blast to 1:1 email marketing Replace one-size-fits-all promotional emails with automated emails that feature targeted content and send based on customers taking certain actions or changes to products. Scale the email program and results without scaling the team Introduce 15 high performing email campaigns and expand the email program reach to support a growing business without adding new headcount. Add new value for shoppers and the marketing team Launch a series of emails that proactively notify customers about changes to products with which they’ve engaged, including price and stock changes, while simultaneously adding a new opportunity to capture email addresses.
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Published By: KPMG     Published Date: Jul 10, 2018
Despite multi-billions of investment, only a small number of UK firms succeed in making customer experience a source of value. How can you join them and get CX investments flowing through to your bottom line? Read this report to understand: • how CX leaders are reappraising organisational structures to get closer to the customer • what four key principles they follow to build a connected customer experience • how they are using events in customers’ lives to drive innovation and set new standards in customer experience • how the connections enabled by CX platforms work as a springboard for success.
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