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How Sigma Healthcare elevated B2B customer experience

Pharmaceutical wholesaler, Sigma Healthcare, knew it needed to modernise with a renewed customer-first approach. In choosing the new platform to support these aims, however, it was very much a case of evolution, rather than revolution, as any new system needed to fit with its legacy tech while offering a future path for continual development.​

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How AI is helping OnePath lift life insurance claims insight

Better claims and rehabilitation management, transparency and improved member experiences are all coming to fruition for Zurich’s OnePath life insurance business after adopting artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

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Consumer watchdog calls for major reforms to customer loyalty programs

The data practices of loyalty programs must stop automatically linking members’ payment cards to their loyalty scheme profiles and changes are needed consumer and privacy law, according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) final report into customer loyalty schemes.

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TV industry adopts single ad buying platform

9Galaxy will become the technology underpinning a common demand-side buying platform (DSP) for the television industry after Australian broadcasters joined forces to agree to a unified platform for advertising.

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Southern Cross Radio hits smart speaker and app news milestone

Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) says it has achieved more than one million listens to its 'News on Demand' smart speakers and app service, less than two years after launch, reflecting fast adoption of voice-activated device engagement.

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Isentia takes reputation analysis mainstream

Isentia has launched a new form of reputation analysis, which blends organic social media conversations and survey data to provide a more comprehensive view of what the public says, thinks and feels about an organisation.

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Study: Consumer attention rises in Moment of Next

Readers’ cognitive load, how busy the brain is at a given moment, is lowered by eight percent when finishing an article and this ‘Moment of Next’ is when their brain is more available to attend to new stimuli, according to a new study.​

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CX: An exercise in constant change and measurement

Measuring the impact of customer experience programs of work on the customer, business and resources is vital in the ever-important quest to keep up with market expectations, Forrester's senior analyst, Riccardo Pasto, says.

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Report: Australian customer experience good but not great

Customer experience in Australia is good but not great, according to consumers surveyed for the 2019 KPMG Customer Experience Excellence report. The brands leading on customer experience are community-led, values-driven and rate higher than brands focused solely on building their customer base, according to the report.

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The power of combining X-data and O-data

Consumers are bombarded with thousands of brand messages every day. Which makes it increasingly important for marketers to understand the complete brand experience and have rich, actionable insights through a broad array of data.

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Toyota, ACU, Telstra Super on the impact of personalisation

​Personalisation done right can have a dramatic effect on how customers experience a brand and a positive effect on marketing efforts, which flow through to the bottom line. At last week’s Sitecore Experience 2019 event in Sydney, three very different examples were provided to the audience on the experience of embarking on a personalisation programme and the impact of effective personalisation.

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NRMA: Getting smarter about the voice of customer

​For a company that receives over 200,000 customer responses each year, implementing a voice of customer (VoC) platform can seem more than a little daunting. Add in some 25 different trackers (most companies have two), and the program can become downright unmanageable.