Measuring the customer experience is crucial, but visualizing that measurement with interactive data is equally important. Here’s why: dynamic data motivates teams to take action and facilitates collaboration across departments. Without productive next steps there is no customer experience improvement, much less customer experience transformation. So, whether you use customer surveys, mystery shopping, or customer service evaluations to measure the customer experience, interactive data are what you need.
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For years, Gallup Research has reported on the impact of employee engagement on profits.Meanwhile, they’ve also reported on the dismal state of employee engagement; employees simply don’t care about their work as much as employers would hope. For instance, in 2013, Gallup Research found that more-engaged employees have 21% higher productivity, 37% less absenteeism, and 41% fewer quality defects. With these numbers, it’s clear that engagement matters and that employers should want to find out how their employees are feeling about their jobs. In fact, they seem to want to find out because we’ve seen a surge in employee surveys over the past few years.