In retail and ecommerce, it’s becoming more and more about creating a great customer experience as a differentiator that keeps shoppers engaged and coming back for more. But what are the components that make this happen? Learn how winners and finalists of MCM’s annual Excellence in Customer Experience Awards get it done and set themselves apart.
The recent Executive Operations Forum at Operations Summit 2017 generated many ideas and cost-savings tips. What improvements, best practices and innovations have you implemented in your contact center, fulfillment and inventory management? Here are 27 innovations that six direct to customer companies attending the forum have implemented.
Catherine Harrison, director of operations for eBags, talks about her company’s approach to keeping its customers in the loop and satisfied. eBags is a finalist in the category of brand communication for the third annual Excellence in Customer Experience Awards, to be presented at a March 29 luncheon ceremony at Operations Summit 2017 in Pittsburgh.
What does it take to be a customer experience leader? Kelly Ritchi, SVP of Employee and Customer Services for Lands’ End, talks about the iconic brand’s philosophy and approach to customer service, what sets it apart and the business benefits it sees as a result. The company is a finalist in the leadership category for the Excellence in Customer Experience awards from Multichannel Merchant; winners will be announced during a luncheon on March 29 at Operations Summit 2017 in Pittsburgh.
What are the key components of creating an excellent shipping and delivery experience for your customers? Chris Kobus, vice president of ecommerce and marketing for Sunglass Hut, discusses with Multichannel Merchant how his brand is able to achieve this on a consistent basis. Sunglass Hut is a finalist for the 2017 Excellence in Customer Experience Awards; finalists and winners will be recognized at Operations Summit 2017, March 27-29 in Pittsburgh.