'Customer experience' is one of those amorphous terms that is increasingly used in the corporate language nowadays. It's amorphous because it tends to be under-defined - its meaning shifts according to your perspective. Often, it's viewed with merely an operational or product lens rather than an understanding of the nuances of the experience as the sum of total customer interactions and the emotions they evoke.” – Peter Dixon
Since the goal is to reach your customers’ hearts, a good customer experience should be about feelings. The faster a computer interface responds to the touch of a finger, the more satisfied we are. We are happier with faster computers, faster graphics, and faster answers to user questions. We want more timely and more accurate answers. We remember the good feelings and the satisfaction we receive from companies. Either, those feelings leaves us wanting to do business with them again, or we abandon non-organized, cold, and complicated websites that do not deliver an excellent customer experience
Without researching users’ interactions and just to set up something quickly, most companies plan their websites’ interfaces. Few companies want to have innovative human interfaces or to assign talented people, who love their jobs, to create them. The human heart is the greatest love sensor that feels and is attracted to an embedded love in any product or website.
We love our support software's
human interface, we love our jobs, and we love our customers and visitors. Because of this, we continuously improve nanoRep so that you can not only embed our love in your website, but offer a good customer experience with our automated self-service support
system and self-learning knowledge base.
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