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THE CEO VIEW OF CX
What customer experience professionals
must do to be relevant to the C-suite
The CEO perspective
– knowing what’s important to chief executives –
is valuable intelligence to help CX professionals align their work with
the strategies employed by the C-suite.
This poster details the CX Essentials – six essentials
for implementing customer experience strategies to
achieve business success.
Walker helps companies become more intelligent about their customers by understanding the customer’s perspective and anticipating their needs. We use predictive analytics and other innovative approaches to retain and grow customer relationships. And, it works. The Walker Index shows that our clients outperform the market 7 to 1.
Check out our blogs featuring Walker’s brightest individuals discussing topics about customer intelligence.
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