Posts Tagged ‘customer experience’

The Great Resignation and the Cost of Confusing EX and CX

Amid the disruption wrought by the Great Resignation (the informal name for the widespread trend of a significant number of workers leaving their jobs during COVID-19) and the chorus of companies yearning for “normalcy” to return, this change management professional would suggest “normal” was a trigger for the exodus, to begin with. In fact, forget […]

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5 Insights From Our Ecommerce Conversation with Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health

Customers’ expectations for their shopping experiences have drastically altered, largely in part due to Amazon. Gone are the days where you have to run to Foot Locker or Toys “R” Us to buy presents for your kids. Place an order online, and in some cases, get it delivered the same day. The COVID-19 pandemic forced […]

Consumer Empathy – The Missing Piece in Creating Excellent Insurance Purchasing Journeys

As we’re slowly climbing out of the pandemic, the insurance industry has a fresh opportunity to begin to reinvent itself to align with the changing values of society and leverage the power of data and technology to do more than just deliver innovations in products, underwriting, and operational efficiencies. Carriers can reorient the foundational principles […]

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AEM Feature – Author Preview Servlet

Why is this needed? It may just be me, but I’ve found it incredibly common for clients to request an unauthenticated URL to view in-progress pages within an AEM Author instance.  The ask makes a lot of sense, as often those who approve content will often just want to give a cursory glance, and not […]

Commerce Expert Quoted in Fluent Commerce Drop Ship Vendor White Paper

We’re excited to present 5 Questions to Ask when Evaluating a Drop Ship Vendor, a white paper written in collaboration with our partner, Fluent Commerce and Perficient’s Directors of Commerce, Devanshu Sood, and Steve Gatto. Sood provided a key piece of advice to organizations looking to incorporate a DSV into their strategy, “The first step […]

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4 Direct-to-Consumer Ecommerce Strategies To Drive Sales and Loyalty in Pharma and Med Device

Today’s customers and patients crave and expect both personalized and convenient shopping experiences. And when given those experiences, consumers tend to buy and be more loyal because there’s less friction in the buying journey. It’s a recipe for direct-to-consumer (DTC) business models to thrive… “Seven in 10 (69%) of Americans made at least one purchase […]

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5 Key Takeaways From Our “Optimization Strategies To Improve Collections” Webinar

Financial institutions must prioritize instilling empathy when interacting with their clients. It’s more critical now than ever because of the economic hardships many are facing due to COVID’s impact. In our latest webinar, “Optimization Strategies to Improve Collections,” Scott Albahary, Perficient’s financial services chief strategist, and Byron Gifford, Perficient’s collection transformations lead, shared tangible solutions […]

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The CFPB Regulation F Requirements Take Effect in Less Than 60 Days – What’s Your Plan?

In less than 60 days, the CFPB Regulation F requirements take effect. In simple terms, it means collectors can: Make seven call attempts within a seven-day period Make one call within a week of speaking with the “right party.” Strategies must be altered, and creating sequencing that supports your delinquency goals and loss forecast can […]

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3 Ways to Guarantee Success in Your Website Personalization

Personalization has been around for a long time and has been one of the hottest buzzwords for the last few years. Why? Because, at the most basic level, it makes sense. Delivering the right experience, with the right content, for the right person, at the right time, when they are most engaged leads to higher […]

Credit Providers Can Benefit From Newer Practices, Even in the Face of Uncertainty

“It takes time for loans to go bad and the full extent of problems to surface, so I’d predict this is likely to be a 2023 issue.” That’s what Michael Jamesson, a principal at the bank consulting firm Jamesson Associates, told American Banker when asked about the long-term impact Covid-19 economic relief might have on […]

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Bank, Credit Unions, and Other Credit Providers Must Get Ready To Prevent Loan Losses

The last 18 months surprised the collections industry as it relates to forecasting future losses for respective loan portfolios. Many banks, credit unions, and credit providers were left asking themselves, “when do we expect this to turn?” In speaking with many industry leaders in the collection space during the pandemic, they stated it was a […]

How the New Experience Economy Is Reshaping Insurance (Part 5 of 5)

Harvard Business Review defines the New Experience Economy as the fourth evolution of economic value, which includes commodities, products, services, and now, experiences. It is at this point where the product is most differentiated and pricing most premium. In a commoditizing marketplace such as personal lines, a personal experience is an opportunity for carriers to […]

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