Disruption and exponentially changing consumer behaviour is putting pressure on organisations to re-think traditional routes to market, transform operations, and enhance customer experience.
Our belief is that a human experience (HX) lens on this change supports better decision making and greater customer advocacy. We understand that digital transformation and customer engagement programmes shouldn’t be technology-led.
Effective self-service, swift contextual responses and empathetic customer experience are now minimum expectations that retailers must deliver to remain competitive in the e-commerce marketplace.
We’ve worked alongside leading retailers, delivering on their strategic ambition to reducing cost and customer contact whilst improving customer experience and colleague engagement.
In one leading retailer, we’ve co-created a model office environment to test innovation in these areas, testing new approaches and rapidly refining before rolling-out to deliver wider benefits. Even in its relative infancy, this has seen improvements in Net Promoter Score, first contact resolution, as well as an uplift in employee engagement.
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In this project, we worked closely with multiple client stakeholders to develop an approach that delivered outstanding, transformative change for the bank.
A major European fashion brand wanted to build a more differentiated customer experience while significantly reducing cost to serve.
In 2019, The LTA’s new campaign, “Tennis opened up,” made clear their goal of making the sport available, accessible and enjoyable for everyone in Great Britain.
By building an operating model to support a specialist lender in reaching their five year plan, we provided £34m cost benefit.
Our project increased productivity at a high street bank complaints handling centre by 30%, saving £4m per year.
Creating a blueprint for consistent customer experience unlocks over £600k in potential benefits.