The Cutter Edge: Share of Wallet, Continuous Improvement, Call for Data Governance Articles, AWS Webinar
17 July 2018
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Customer experience (CX) was often seen as too focused on the “soft numbers” around the customer. Now, share of wallet is the go-to financial metric for CX because it is a true measure of how customers spend their money at the point of sale. More.
Technology leaders often underestimate the value of continuous improvement. Many see it as a waste to invest in "fixing the old," leaving fewer resources to develop "the new." Au contraire, continuous improvement frees intellectual and capital resources and reduces costs. More.
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