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Sep 7th 2016

In this course, you’ll get an overview from SAP’s design research experts that will help you get the most out of your field research experience. From identifying users through conducting a field visit to developing points of view, this course will provide you with a foundation for conducting design research in a people-centric way.

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Sep 1st 2016

Learn how to analyze and understand the difficult dynamics of customer service. Customer service is a complex phenomenon where people engage in an extended interaction to co-create value. This course focuses on social and cultural aspects of services.

Average: 10 (2 votes)
Jun 20th 2016

Traditional CRM tools are fast becoming obsolete. They often don’t have the necessary breadth to satisfy the growing demand for omnichannel customer engagement. What businesses need is a comprehensive approach to engage with customers consistently, across all touchpoints and functional activities, not just via stovepipe solutions for e-commerce, point-of-sale, marketing, social media, sales force automation, or customer service in isolation.

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Aug 24th 2015

Ultimately, the customer is the sole judge of the quality of an organizations’ offer and is the actor that, in one way or another, pays for it. Due to this, the customer experience is important and a point of departure for marketing and organizational development. Understanding Customer Experience is an open access graduate course from the Karlstad Business School in conjunction with the Service Research Center – CTF. The course is designed for professionals with an interest in customer experience and is available to both for-credit and non-credit participants.

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Your organization’s customer service experience can be the difference between a “one-and-done” customer and a “promoter” who will create more customers for your company. Customer service expert Steve Curtin takes you through the seven keys to exceptional customer service.

Average: 7 (3 votes)