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Surrey and Sussex Healthcare (SASH) “Your Care Matters” Programme, Powered by InMoment

The medical professionals at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (SASH) rely on their “Your Care Matters” programme to deliver a high standard of care to their patients. Listen as executives, matrons, emergency practitioners, nurses, and other staff describe how the patient experience programme powered by InMoment enables them in their daily work to make positive adjustments to the things that matter to individual patients.

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Customer Loyalty 2014 Interview with Gary Topiol

Our managing director of international here at InMoment, Gary Topiol, takes on a handful of customer loyalty questions at Retail Bulletin’s 2014 Customer Loyalty Conference. He touches on topics like “Big Data” and “Social Media” while emphasising that a company’s customer experience is not its message. He also shares his thoughts on why the next big thing for customer loyalty is already here.

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Customer Loyalty 2014 Interview with Richard Quarterman of Waitrose

Waitrose Manager of Service Innovation Richard Quarterman takes on a handful of customer loyalty questions at Retail Bulletin’s 2014 Customer Loyalty Conference. In attendance as a co-presenter with InMoment, he touches on topics like “Big Data” and “Social Media” while emphasising the importance of genuine and honest experiences for engaging and understanding customers.

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Waitrose’s Journey to Customer Experience Transformation – CLC2014 Presentation

Loyalty goes both ways. It’s a simple truth and a key reason we partnered with Retail Bulletin for their 5th Customer Loyalty Conference. Our managing director of international, Gary Topiol, gave it practical application when he took the stage for a retailer case study with Waitrose Manager of Service Innovation Richard Quarterman.

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Loyalty360 Video Podcast: Own Your Customer Moment

For its “Thought Leadership in Loyalty” series, Loyalty360 host Mark Johnson recently interviewed InMoment President Lonnie Mayne about the vision and technology making smarter, more unified customer experience data accessible across business organizations of all types and sizes: The InMoment Experience Hub™.

How to Keep Fraud Far from Your Customer Experience Data

You may be surprised to learn that customers and competitors aren’t the only threat to good customer experience data. When it comes to collecting valid customer feedback, your own employees have considerable influence, as well. Fortunately, that just means the power to control your data lies within your organization. In any Voice of Customer (VoC) program, upfront communication with your employees is critical to preventing customer survey fraud.

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Waitrose “Measuring the Magic” Programme, Powered by InMoment

In this 2-minute clip, several Waitrose managers describe the Measuring the Magic programme and the positive adjustments it’s allowed them to make to departments and branches, thanks to more than 750,000 customer responses analysed and delivered through their partnership with InMoment over a two-year period.

Consumer Insights Panel: Social Media Report

The Q2 2010 Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 15,000 U.S. and Canadian consumers, in part focusing on their online habits and social media usage. This survey was part of a comprehensive study on North American consumer spending behaviors and sentiments in various industries, which includes additional surveys in domains such as customer service, the overall economy, and the financial services sector. This detailed examination can be analyzed on its own and also compared to data pulled from Q1—serving as prolific insight into the movement of consumer spending behaviors this year.

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Real Stories of Magic at Waitrose: Customer Experience Optimisation at Work

Four firsthand customer accounts collected through InMoment’s Experience Hub and delivered through Waitrose’s “Measuring the Magic” program spotlight Waitrose partners owning their service moments to create happiness and loyalty in customers. Watch and listen to the stories of Katie, Philip, Gill, and Kate as they shine in the face of a soup splatter, a rogue automobile, and the proper preparation of both a fish and a potato.

Why Implement a VoC Program?

With rare exceptions, companies no longer have the luxury of competing on price alone. Today, the great differentiator is the customer experience (CX). Thanks to some great companies like Apple and Starbucks, customer expectations are at an all-time high for just about everything: service, selection, convenience, atmosphere, and more. Each one of these components are an established part of your overall customer experience and an opportunity to rise above the competition.

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Visual Data: Listen with Your Eyes

Dashboards are defined by their simplicity and convenience. Their power lies in their ability to convey instructive information at a glance. By design, they communicate real-time insights through informative, interactive visuals. Look here to experience data visualization at work—while learning how it does.

Consumer Insights Panel: Spending Behaviors and Sentiments in the Food Service Industry

The Q1 2010 Empathica Consumer Insights survey of more than 13,000 U.S. and Canadian consumers revealed several findings related to spending differences between men and women, customer service perceptions, and brand loyalty. In a time when restaurants have faced significant challenges with maintaining and growing their current client base, it’s necessary to conduct a close examination of current business processes that are either stimulating or hindering their growth.

Consumer Insights Panel: Consumer Feedback Behaviors in Pharmacy Retail

The Wave 2 2012 Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 1,500 U.S. consumers, focusing on topics related to the economy and the pharmacy retail sector. The survey of sentiments toward spending and pharmacy retail experiences was conducted in the context of a broader study of consumer shopping intentions and customer satisfaction as reported by consumers across the country.

Creating a Memorable Patient Experience

In the UK, there comes a point in our lives when we rely on our National Health Service (NHS)—for our own care or that of a close family member. While we appreciate the healthcare we have, we also aspire for it to improve and at least keep up with our expectations of service in other aspects of our life. In the commercial world, big brands and small independents alike recognise that differentiating themselves through the experience they deliver is essential for their growth and long-term survival. Businesses have focussed their energies and resources on improving the experience they deliver for customers, creating ever-increasing expectations of care that we apply to our National Health Service provision too.

Loyalty Modeling: Mapping the Customer Experience

All brands deliver something. Smart brands work to deliver an exceptional customer experience at every customer touchpoint. Other brands usually succeed only in delivering a wide range of satisfaction to their customers. One of the best ways to do this is to gather insights from customers who have recently had an experience with your brand. By listening to feedback gathered throughout the customer journey, your brand can begin to ask the right questions and focus on what’s driving satisfaction.

Putting the Customer at the Center of Employee Engagement

Tools, ideas, and strategies exist for cultivating employee engagement—but one resource remains grossly underused: Voice of Customer (VoC) intelligence. Known predominantly for its role in customer experience improvement, VoC often achieves this through improving employee engagement. Like everything else in today’s market, your employee engagement initiatives will work most effectively when centered on the customer.

Top 10 Tips for a Successful Global Customer Experience Programme

Well-established brands seeking growth increasingly seek expansion into international markets. As a company orients around expanded operations, key questions emerge in how to best keep the customer at the heart of the business. Organising around the multi-market, multi-cultural delivery of a brand experience is a multi-faceted challenge. The specifics that define great customer experience vary by country, yet, universally, when customers experience good service, they increasingly return and become brand loyal. Consistently delivering those great experiences is a huge competitive advantage in emerging markets and a key differentiator in mature markets.

Customer Reviews: Retaining Integrity & Realizing Value

Sites like Yelp!, TripAdvisor, and Amazon are prime examples of customer review sites that have fallen victim to fake reviews. A recent study conducted by Michael Luca (Harvard Business School) and Georgios Zervas (Boston University) revealed that 16% of Yelp! reviews are flagged as “suspicious,” and subsequently filtered. These filtered reviews represent a significant portion of Yelp’s incoming reviews, and the number appears to be rising, thanks to increasing incentives based on the power of online ratings.

Smashburger Improves Guest Satisfaction by 5.5%

Smashburger is quickly gaining a reputation as America’s hottest new restaurant concept, both for its premium, handmade burgers and also for its extremely loyal customer following (known as “SmashFans”). Focusing on delivering great customer experiences at each and every location and driving active advocacy is an integral part of the Smashburger recipe for success.

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Online Reviews: The Stats Fueling Your Brand Reputation

In an increasingly digital world, where 74% of consumers look to online review sites for information during the buying process, it’s hard to ignore the fact that reputation is a key pillar to any brand’s success. According to Forbes, a brand’s reputation was recognized as the top driver for business value. Why? It’s simple. People buy from the brands that their friends, family and peers trust and recommend.

Three Ways Today’s Review Sites Are Failing Brands

According to Forbes, today’s #1 business driver is reputation, and the reason is simple: People buy from the brands that their friends, family, and peers trust and recommend. Increasingly, today’s savvy consumers are turning to the Web in search of reviews to help guide their purchase decisions. In fact, 74% of consumers look to online review sites for information during the buying process, making it hard to ignore the fact that online reputation is a key pillar to any brand’s success.

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U.S. Consumer Usage of Social Media to Make Shopping Decisions

The Wave 1 2012 – Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 6,500 U.S. consumers. The findings are shown in this infographic and demonstrate that mobile and social customer experience strategies are becoming more important than ever for brands, with retail and restaurant consumers using these channels to make decisions – even while in-store.

NHS Brings Patient Feedback into the Spotlight

Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust runs East Surrey Hospital in Redhill and provides a range of services at hospitals in Crawley, Horsham, Dorking, Caterham and the Oxted Health Centre.

Read how the NHS introduced patient feedback in their wards and emergency departments to prove to patients that their views and experiences matter to the NHS and to improve patient care.

Mobile Surveys & Reporting: Mobile Optimization for Managers on the Move

Smartphones and tablets have become the most quickly adopted technology in history, making mobile-optimized surveys & reporting a necessity. InMoment’s mobile surveys provide greater convenience and achieve higher completion rates than surveys taken on
desktop computers, and our mobile reporting provides managers and other leaders with access to real-time Voice of the Customer (VoC) solutions.

Consumer Insights Panel: Big Box Retail Purchasing Behaviors

The Wave 1 2012 Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 6,500 U.S. consumers, gauging consumer sentiment on subjects ranging from spending to consumer perceptions about big box retail shopping experiences. The Consumer Insights Panel survey was conducted in the context of a broader study of consumer shopping intentions and customer satisfaction as reported by thousands of consumers across the country.

Consumer Insights Panel: Big Box Retail Feedback Behaviors

The Wave 1 2012 Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 6,500 U.S. consumers, evaluating consumer perceptions on topics ranging from customer feedback behaviors to the use of technology in retail shopping experiences. The Consumer Insights Panel survey was conducted in the context of a broader study of consumer shopping intentions and customer satisfaction as reported by thousands of consumers across the country.

Consumer Insights Panel: Luxury Retail Report

The Wave 2 2011–2012 Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 5,000 U.S. and Canadian consumers, focusing on their sentiments toward luxury goods purchases—from overall
customer service to preferred shopping channels and service levels to product research behaviors. The survey of sentiments toward luxury-good purchases was conducted within a broader look at consumer spending behaviors and intentions based on current economic factors.

Consumer Insights Panel: Grocery Report

The Q1 2011 Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 16,000 U.S. and Canadian consumers, focusing on their sentiments around the grocery industry—from overall customer service to merchandise and store operations to preferred store technology and promotions. This survey also took a comprehensive look at consumer spending behaviors and intentions based on current economic factors.

Driving Customer Advocacy: Giving Your Biggest Fans a Voice (Retail)

The challenges for today’s multi-unit retailers are the same as they have always been: how to drive same store sales by increasing visit frequency, basket size, and referral business. The method of accomplishing this is also largely unchanged—bring in the customers via a compelling brand promise and then drive revisits and referrals via operational excellence (“marketing brings them in, operations brings them back”). What has changed, however, is the way to reach new customers and connect with existing customers afforded by new social media technologies. This transformational opportunity is one that should not be missed by today’s retailers.

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Retail Chain Improves Overall Satisfaction by 51%

Extremely customer-focused, the retailer had long seen the value in gaining insights into their customers and operations; however, they felt that the previously adopted mystery shop programme had many limitations and did not allow the company to “get to the heart of the issues” that needed addressing.

Socialize Your Customer Experience in 3 Steps (Retail)

These days consumers are in charge. Consumers who have a great experience to share, or perhaps a bone to pick, don’t even have to wait to get home to voice an opinion. Instead, they reach into their pockets for a smartphone to tweet, poke, or blog away at a moment’s notice.

Socialize Your Guest Experience in 3 Steps (Food Service)

These days consumers are in charge. Consumers who have a great experience to share, or perhaps a bone to pick, don’t even have to wait to get home to voice an opinion. Instead, they reach into their pockets for a smartphone to tweet, poke, or blog away at a moment’s notice.

A 3-Step Strategy for Delivering Exceptional Dining Experiences

Restaurants rise and fall based on the dining experiences they provide their guests. The best restaurant chains feature great food, a complementary ambience, and committed team members who always deliver whatever it takes to create an exceptional experience.

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U.S. Consumer Perceptions of Pharmacy Retail

Empathica Consumer Insights Panel surveyed more than 1,500 U.S. consumers on their perceptions and customer experience in Pharmacy Retail. This infographic displays key findings of this survey.

97.5% Customer Response Increase for New Product Research

A large, multi-unit quick-serve restaurant chain had been using Mindshare to gather real-time customer feedback and improve store-level operations. Their corporate marketing department enlisted the help of Mindshare to find a cost effective way of determining customer reaction to new product offerings.

From Fickle to Fan: A New Approach to Driving Advocacy in Food Services

Determining whether customers were loyal was easy. Determining why they were loyal was unfortunately closer to “art” than “science.” Keeping loyal customers loyal didn’t always translate into profits. Even well-designed customer retention programs that kept enthusiastic customers coming back to the restaurants could end up chewing through more investment than they were worth. Figuring out what worked and what didn’t took a long time (getting an answer to the “why?” question), adding risk to any new investment.

Location Engagement Doesn’t Come from Reading Reports

62% of consumers have indicated they are cutting their spending habits compared to last year. Discretionary spending is down, and consumers are more selective of the products they spend their hard-earned money on. To respond to this new reality, multi-unit brands need to stay top of mind with consumers by delivering exceptional customer experiences. Where do these great experiences occur? The location.

AMF Bowling Centers Sees 948% Increase in Customer Reviews Using OpenTell™

AMF believed that online public review sites were under representing the quality of their actual customer experience. This is supported by recent reports that up to 30% of online reviews are fraudulent. With their brand reputation on the line, AMF needed to direct online traffic away from false reviews and toward certified customer reviews representative of their business.

Social CEM: Moving Beyond Customer Loyalty to Customer Advocacy

With the advent of social media and the rise of mobile smartphone technology, consumers are in the driver’s seat, posting their customer experiences in permanent, online forums, and providing instant customer feedback that is increasingly visible to the public. To get in front of these trends, traditional, relatively passive Voice of Customer programs have the opportunity to evolve into highly actionable Social Customer Experience Management (Social CEM) solutions.

Focusing Your Workforce on the Moment of Truth

In the last few years, retail customers have experienced dramatic changes in their lifestyles. Fluctuations in the economy have eroded their net worth, eliminated job security, and changed their spending habits. What spending power they do have now has a greater significance in terms of emotional impact than ever before. They have been forced to look broadly for bargains and value. To do that, they have been trying new brands and, in some cases, done without. Even as the economy begins its slow thaw and retail customers return to the brands they once frequented, they do so with new expectations.