This Is What The ‘CX Of The Future’ Looks Like
Intelligent technologies stole the spotlight in 2017, and they remain a big part of the CX picture in the year ahead, according to our seventh annual global predictions extravaganza. But they can’t work in isolation. Read on for all of the insightful responses we received
by CMO.com Staff
Posted on 11-14-2017
This article is part of CMO.com’s December series about 2018 trends, predictions, and new opportunities. Click here for more.
Intelligent technologies stole the spotlight in 2017, and rightfully so. Seamless, cross-platform customer experiences—enhanced by augmented and virtual reality, voice-enabled interfaces, facial recognition, and myriad forms of machine-learning techniques—are all part of the new competitive advantage mandate.
But not to be overlooked is the human component of marketing and, really, all digital endeavors. Getting closer to your customers means connecting with them authentically, emotionally, transparently, and personally. You know, as people.
Those were some of the recurring themes among the answers from 60-plus digital leaders, who we asked: “What do you think the customer experience of the future will look like?”
Read on for all of the insightful responses we received in this, our seventh annual global predictions extravaganza. Respondents include Adobe CMO Ann Lewnes and CIO Cynthia Stoddard, as well as executives from Denny’s, Gannett, Hostess, Mr and Mrs Smith, NRP, Tourism of Australia, and many more. Answers are arranged alphabetically, by last name.
Topics: Experience Cloud, Insights Inspiration, Digital Transformation, Marketing, CMO by Adobe