FIS Touch-CX Managed Services for Customer Communications Management, August 2021
Over the past several years, Madison Advisors has seen an increased need for enterprise organizations’ IT departments to respond quickly to digital transformation initiatives to meet changing market conditions—this includes outsourcing non-core competencies, such as customer communications management (CCM). The technology and operational costs needed to support an efficient omni-channel CCM strategy can be staggering for organizations. It requires perishable, specialized skills that IT groups do not typically focus on maintaining.
Understanding the Business Impacts of Your Cloud-based CCM, August 2021
What communications are moving to SaaS CCM?
Until recently, customer communications applications with straightforward designs, low variability and simple data inputs have been good candidates for migration to a SaaS-based CCM solution. Banks and insurers have been moving common call center applications to the cloud when there is limited PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and complexity within the communication. Welcome kits, marketing communications and simple confirmations have been successful early deployments for SaaS CCM implementations.
Crawford Technologies Accessibility® Now, June 2021
Document accessibility is arguably considered one of the most important technology trends that has emerged over past few years—and there is a reason. Disability is not a minority issue, as demonstrated by the following statistics: Disabled people make up 10% of the population, around 777 million people. According to the American Foundation for the Blind, 3.5% of the population live with vision impairment. That amounts to 253 million people: 36 million are blind and 217 million have moderate to severe vision loss.
O’Neil Digital Solutions: ONEsuite Customer Communications Management, April 2021
Madison Advisors has seen a move in corporate IT departments to respond quickly to digital transformation initiatives that are changing market conditions. This includes outsourcing non-core competencies, such as customer communications management (CCM). Technology and associated costs needed to support an efficient and effective CCM strategy is staggering for organizations. It requires perishable, specialized skills that IT groups do not typically focus on maintaining. Content management, document composition, omni-channel delivery and data analytics are examples of the needed technologies that are difficult to maintain mastery of inside the corporate structure.
Manage Customer Preferences Across Communication Channels, 2017
The customer experience is how a customer looks, thinks, and feels about your brand and is ultimately the product of the interactions between your customer and your organization over the duration of the relationship. When expectations are met, customers tend to remain loyal to the brand; when exceeded, they become advocates; and when expectations fall short, customers will defect and become detractors. As a result, top companies understand the customer experience is absolutely critical to achieving revenue growth, customer retention and operational efficiency goals and they are investing hundreds of millions, if not billions into people, processes and technologies to drive and evolve the customer experience.