Long gone are the days where customer communications meant a simple document stuffed into an envelope, sending a bulk email or creating a generic web page.
A successful CCM strategy means ensuring that every exchange you have with every customer is personal and relevant, while capturing their preferences. Examples show that the ability to enable this kind of customer experience yields more dollars to a company’s bottom line than one that doesn’t.
Of course, every business wants to do this, but how to get from where they are now to where they need to be can seem like an insurmountable task. Surviving and thriving in today’s world, where customers expect what they want to show up when and where they want it , can be a heavy lift without the right partners and support.
Jeff Hoopes, Ricoh Solutions Executive, Software and Services and Scott Pelletier Solutions Executive, CCM Software & Strategic Solutions discuss how businesses, with real world customer examples, can:
- Identify the CCM business challenges customers are trying to solve through real world use cases
- Provide customer-centric tailored solutions: multi-channel notifications, automated responsive content and data analytics to improve satisfaction and retention
- Automate key processes and data across your organization through end-to-end processes
Meet the Presenters
Jeffrey Hoopes is a 25 year veteran of the Customer Communication Management and Print Workflow industries working for such companies as Quadient, Hewlett Packard, Pitney Bowes, and Exstream Software. He has a keen interest in how communications affect customer experience. Jeff’s focus at Ricoh is to help companies accelerate their transition to an omni-channel communication strategy by aligning legacy business processes with customer engagement technologies while minimizing disruption to the business.
A Customer Communication Management (CCM) veteran with over 30 years of industry experience, Scott has worked for such companies as Group1 Software, Pitney Bowes, Exstream Software, and Hewlett Packard. His expertise and focus continues to be on gaining a clear understanding of your business needs and current state of operations, applying real-world, practical experience to create a plan to help customers achieve their goals and ensure a smooth process throughout.