Which trends had an impact on marketing, sales and service circles and touched customer journey management as well as digitalization? And which trend could be a force to be reckoned with this year? Our experts across different business units, teams and fields of expertise opened up about the big trends of 2017 and what’s to […]
What’s the difference between a B2B and a B2C customer? We already discussed this topic in our articles about the perfect customer communication but today I want to talk a little bit about one crucial difference: the buying center.
What do you do if one half of your customers still uses the fax machine and the other prefers doing business only via their smartphone? More and more studies prove that old and young generations have different demands for a perfect customer journey – but how should companies accommodate both?
The cold call was the sales method number one for years. The customer got a call (seemingly out of nowhere) to get convinced of a certain product or service. With today’s number recognition and digital communication channels, the method seems to have overstayed its welcome.
Marketing automation is one of the key elements to create customer communication that is effective, flexible and personal. Especially automated email marketing strategies are working wonders for individual customer interactions.
Since 2014, Carsten Stuwe is working for ec4u expert consulting ag as a consultant in the field of Oracle/Siebel. We asked him some questions about Digital Transformation in telecommunications projects.
Social Media is one of the most popular marketing tools of the digital customer journey. Furthermore, to run a social media channel, you don’t need a big budget. So why not use it for more than just marketing?
Ralf Kalmes is Director Professional Services at ec4u expert consulting ag and responsible for the telecommunications business. He has been with ec4u for 11 years already. We asked him some questions about this topic.
We often hear that the classic “brand awareness” is history and that modern companies should focus on the customer rather than the product. But is that right?
You are working hard to provide your customers with relevant information. The response rate of your marketing activities is largely positive and the ROI meets the expectations of the management. So, everything’s fine? No, not necessarily. Presumably, you are giving away valuable potential in customer communication. Have you ever thought about the fact that some […]