We’re in an era of digital disruption and customers expect you to earn their loyalty, over and over again. If you can’t, or won’t provide a great customer experience, they’re more likely to complain or simply take their money elsewhere. Customers are more informed, more
How your company responds in a crisis—and communicates that response—will impact your ability to retain customers, avoid significant damage, and grow your business. Crisis communication is an important aspect of business continuity, but it’s also critical to showing customers that you’re responding to their needs.
Following from People and Process Parts 1 and 2, in this post we’ll focus on the of key issue of POOR REQUIREMENTS GATHERING AND MANAGEMENT. This issue will also hit your bottom line by hampering your ability to move faster and execute cheaper and better. The
Following from Part 1, in this post we’ll focus on another key issue we observe. This issue will hit your bottom line by hampering your ability to move faster and execute cheaper and better: RIGID AND LONG CHANGE PROCESSES Without simplified and workflow-supported change processes
Since 2009 CoTé has been partnering with, and providing services to, leading Insurance companies. These companies have recognised four key needs: comply with all legislative and regulatory requirements and manage risk. interact and communicate far better with their policyholders, brokers, authorised representatives, claimants and parties