The future customer: Tommorrow's experience

Use KPMG’s six pillars of customer experience to create unparalleled customer journeys.

 

 

 

How will you connect with the future customer?

“Know your customer” has always been solid advice, but in today’s digital world, it’s more critical than ever. Data-driven insights from artificial intelligence and machine learning provide extraordinary possibilities for customization as the connected customer seeks a personalized experience with relevant, empathetic and real-time interactions.

Leading organizations understand their customers’ needs to the point where they know their customer intimately, understand their motivations and desires and, as a consequence, meet their customer needs more quickly and efficiently than competitors.

With business value now being defined by the customer experience, companies need to leverage innovative tools and technologies to fully understand their customers and respond to their needs. This requires delivering frictionless interactions with seamless movement between all channels for an enhanced and consistent customer experience.

The real challenge is profitably delivering that personalized experience your customers demand. KPMG’s customer insights can help you reimagine your customer experience to achieve sustainable growth while also meeting your customers’ increased expectations. 

The future of customer connections

In today’s hyper-competitive and customer-centric world, organizations that know the most about their customers and harness this knowledge achieve the greatest success.

 


In the future, business value will be defined by the customer experience. Companies will need to leverage innovative tools and technologies to fully understand their customers, respond to their needs, and anticipate their future demands to improve customer experiences.  

It is not an easy task, but it is worth it. Companies that transform their experiences to meet rising customer expectations will foster greater customer loyalty and create sustainable growth.

 

Be future-ready

Changes in the front office will lead the journey into the future for most companies. It’s here, after all, that the enterprise meets the marketplace and the connected customer. To embrace a new front-office structure, marketing, sales and service executives will need new processes, policies, capabilities and skills that address the six must-haves: data, analytics, automation, organizational structure, metrics and culture. 

Leaders don’t wait to be disrupted; they prepare for the future with preemptive disruption of their own. Contact us today to find out how KPMG helps enterprises create better customer experiences and be ready for the future of the front office. 

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Jeffrey Mango

Jeffrey Mango

Managing Director, Advisory Customer Solutions, KPMG US

Julio J. Hernandez

Julio J. Hernandez

Global and U.S. Customer Advisory Lead, KPMG US

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