Read the 360 Perspectives Series: How to Connect Silos and Put the Customer at the Center of Your Business
How do you shift to a customer-centric mindset? The 360 Perspectives blog series is designed to deliver the insights, information, guidance, and know-how you need to start (or continue) this journey.
Knowing and serving your customer sounds easy and obvious, right? Well, any product-centric business that’s tried to be truly customer-centric knows how challenging it can be. For most companies of a certain maturity, it requires not only a digital transformation to unify data and siloed systems, but also an organizational makeover to get stakeholders focused on customer needs. The shift to a customer-first mindset is crucial.
It’s hard work. We know because we grapple with it, too. The good news is that we’re in it together, and we’re here to share what we and our customers are learning along the way.
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What is 360 Perspectives?
You don’t need more proof around the importance of being customer-centric. But you do need to understand how to do it, and learn from the successes and failures of your peers and subject matter experts. Enter the 360 Perspectives blog series. We deliver the insights, information, guidance, and know-how you need to start (or, maybe, continue) on this journey.
What you can expect:
- Regular blog posts in this space featuring insights and learnings from people on the front lines of customer-first transformation, such as Lamborghini, the Indiana Pacers, Edelman Financial Engines, and Party City
- A playbook describing how to shift mindsets, connect silos, and center your business around your customers
- Peer-to-peer events, including social media conversations with Salesforce leaders and MVPs, and webinars, events, and roundtables with subject matter experts
We will create multiple avenues for an active and ongoing conversation with you. Our top priority is making sure we deliver information and guidance that is relevant and useful. We always welcome your submissions.
How 360 Perspectives is different from everything you’ve read about customer-centricity
Our approach is different. First, our guidance is based directly on what we’ve learned in thousands of conversations and deep engagements with C-suite leaders in global organizations. While the pace of adoption and specific needs vary, we’ve found that across industries the core challenges are the same. So are the questions to ask your teams. Together with our customers, we have learned crucial lessons about what works, and we are eager to share it.
Second, while our primary objective is not to make a sales pitch for our software and services, we are uniquely positioned to enable the digital transformation that makes Customer 360 possible. We are able to help organizations unite marketing, sales, commerce, service, and IT into one integrated customer platform.
The ability to build a unified profile of each customer and deliver one-to-one personalization at scale is foundational to achieving customer-centricity. We call it the single source of truth.
Welcome to Customer 360 transformation
Building a customer-centric organization is not new. Many companies have kicked the can down the road because of the daunting nature of the challenge. It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the volume, velocity, and variety of data. The technology hasn’t always existed to enable it.
We have the systems, technology, and expertise to segment and profile customers, and unify systems under one roof. We also have years of experience building the processes and operational capabilities to target customers with personalized experiences, at scale. This is the hallmark of a customer-first culture.
Becoming a customer-centric company is an iterative, ongoing journey that will likely be marked by fits and starts. That’s okay. The important thing is that you take the leap. Customer-centric business processes that unite employees, departments, and partners to solve customer needs with the full force of the organization will prevail.
Welcome to 360 Perspectives. We are here to offer advice and guidance, but also to kick-start a dialogue where we can all share our experiences and what we’ve learned as we put customers at the center of our businesses.
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