Dealing with customers in context can equate with personalization, as many define it. Also, it can refer to enabling customers to jump out of a largely automated customer-facing process to deal with a company representative. Additionally, it can mean getting down in the weeds of some hyper-specific aspect of a customer’s issue. A lot depends on what the vendor and customer are trying to accomplish. In a setting where the customer is spending a good deal of money, there is an expectation that the vendor will have details on a lot of specifics.
The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83752.html?rss=1
Powered by WPeMatico