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Tricia Morris
Works at Parature, from Microsoft
Attended West Virginia University
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The 4 Ps of next generation customer engagement: predictive, preemptive, proactive, personalized.
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2015 STATE OF MULTICHANNEL CUSTOMER SERVICE REPORT: 98% U.S. Consumers Say Customer Service Important in Choice of, Loyalty to Brands: 
11421As customer service and the overall customer experience become key differentiators for brands and organizations across all industries, it has never been more important to know as much as you …
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The saying goes that “hindsight is 20/20,” but a little insight never hurt anyone either in developing and improving their current and future vision. When it comes to customer service and what brands and organizations should be focusing on today and in the near future, here are some statistics and predictions that should help to make that focus, and your brand or organization’s 2020 customer service vision, more crystal clear:
The saying goes that “hindsight is 20/20,” but a little insight never hurt anyone either in developing and improving their current and future vision. When it comes to customer service …
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According to the 2014 American Express Customer Service Barometer, 99% of consumers surveyed said that getting a satisfactory answer or being connected to someone knowledgeable (98%) are the important prerequisites to great customer experiences....
A great customer service quote from Shep Hyken states that, “the internal customer experience determines the external customer experience.” And while there are many facets of the internal customer experience …
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Employee engagement and customer engagement go hand in hand: "The internal customer experience determines the external customer experience." ~ via Shep Hyken
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So very true! "One customer, well taken care of, could be more valuable than $10,000 worth of advertising."
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From the most important factors and challenges in customer experience, to multichannel customer service best practices, to where CRM is heading, here's a recap of some of the statistics and insights heard at this week's CRM Evolution and Customer Service Experience conferences: 
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"Help you I can, yes..." #Maythe4thBeWithYou  #CustServ
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According to the 2014 report from Aberdeen Group, Social Customer Care: Steps to Success authored by Omer Minkara, companies that maintain a social customer care program experience a 5.6% year-over-year increase in first contact resolution, a 6.7% increase in revenue per contact, and a 7.5% increase in customer retention (while companies with no social customer service strategy see a positive change of just 2.9%)....
In 2012, an IBM survey of approximately 1,700 CEOs around the globe predicted that social media would become the number two customer interaction channel behind phone somewhere between 2015 and …
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In the 2014 Parature State of Multichannel Customer Service Survey, customers listed their top three frustrations as having to contact a brand or organization multiple times for the same reason (47%), being passed from agent to agent during a single interaction (43%) and impolite customer service representatives (37%).
In the movie Groundhog Day, Bill Murray plays dreary weatherman Phil Connors, doomed to repeat the same conversations over and over again until spurred by the revelation that he can change …
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My son Adam is shaving his head to support kids with cancer.  He can use your help by donating or sharing this link with your network.  Thanks for making a difference. 
This St. Baldrick’s participant is shaving their head to raise money for childhood cancer research and stand in solidarity with kids fighting cancer! Make a donation to support their fundraising efforts.
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119 people
Ashiq Ahmad's profile photo
Mary Shulzhenko's profile photo
Shep Hyken's profile photo
Annette Franz (Gleneicki)'s profile photo
Sandi Krason's profile photo
angelic bojangin's profile photo
Very Good Service's profile photo
Joel HancockSr's profile photo
Ashleigh Hall's profile photo
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Sr. Product Marketing Manager
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  • Parature, from Microsoft
    Sr. Product Marketing Manager, present
  • Bellagurl Publishing, Marketing and Advertising
    Managing Editor
  • NCCOAST Communications
    Managing Editor
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Tricia Wygal
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Writer/editor by trade, Parature, from Microsoft blogger, #WVU alumna
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Tricia promotes Parature, from Microsoft's focus on customer service tips and trends for major industries including government, tech, higher education, software, gaming, retail and more through Parature's customer service blog. Parature, the leader in on-demand customer service software, makes it possible for any business to leverage the Internet and social media to provide outstanding customer service. Visit parature.com.
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  • West Virginia University
    News-Editorial Journalism
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