Metrics and data
Customer conversations are a gold mine for key insights, but how do you know what to look for? Find out how to capture, process, and iterate on customer data, so you can build the modern experiences your customers have come to expect.
35 customer experience statistics to know for 2023
Over 50 percent of customers will switch to a competitor after a single unsatisfactory customer experience. Here's a list of 35 more customer experience statistics to share with your team.
How customer sentiment analysis improves the customer experience
Companies are continually looking for ways to elevate their customer experience. Learn why customer sentiment analysis could be the key.
Customer sentiment: What it is and why you need to measure it
Explore what customer sentiment is, how it’s analyzed, and why tracking and understanding it is so important to business success.
What every SMB retailer should put on their wish list
In the small-business retail ecosystem, a great customer experience is the gift that keeps on giving.
How tech scale-ups can improve customer experience using data
When your go-to-market (GTM) teams can easily access customer information, you can create a better experience for your employees and customers. Here's how to give GTM teams access to key data across different customer platforms and ensure GDPR compliance.
What is customer satisfaction score? (+ how to measure CSAT)
Customer satisfaction score is one of the most-used metrics for measuring customer loyalty. Here’s how CSAT can help you meet consumer expectations and elevate your business.
A 3-pronged approach to creating (and scaling) legendary customer service experiences
To consistently deliver the types of experiences today’s consumers expect, leverage innovative CX analytics, QA data, and individualized agent coaching.
11 customer retention metrics every support team should track
Make sure customers stick around by regularly measuring customer retention metrics and leveraging key insights effectively.
Customer analytics 101: How to make the most of your data
How well do you know your customers? Use customer analytics to gain a deeper understanding of your audience so you can make smarter business decisions and improve CX.