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Why voice-of-the-customer tools and customer understanding are key to any customer strategy—and best-in-class customer experience management.

The first step towards improving your customer experience is to listen to your customers. Taking an outside-in approach to guiding your customer experience program roadmap ensures your customers’ voices are heard, and their feedback is integrated into your plans.

This is where your Voice-of-the-Customer (VoC) program comes into play. It is a clearly defined plan for systematically gathering, interpreting, reacting to, and monitoring customer feedback, often leveraging listening tools already in place. It transforms random customer data into in-context information that can flow into and through your company in ways that inform decision-making and drive cross-functional stakeholder action.

Interested in finding out more about how to design your VoC program? Join McorpCX president and CX thought leader Michael Hinshaw in our recorded webinar covering:

  • An overview of VoC programs and why you must have one – IF customer experience is a priority for your organization.
  • A study of the six components of best-practice-based VoC programs.
  • Why customer understanding and measurement are driven by your ability to listen to your customers and take action on what you learn.
  • How voice-of-the-customer tools can help (or hinder) your aspirations to design and deliver exceptional customer experiences.
  • Case studies of the success of organizations who have effectively implemented a VoC program.
  • Suggestions on how you can implement a VoC program at your company.

Complete the form to watch Michael Hinshaw as he explores the many ways an effective Voice-of-the-Customer program can support your customer strategy, and position your organization for customer experience success.

VoC Program Recorded Webinar
“We see a change in direction at Microsoft. And McorpCX helped us with that – they set up the framework, they set the vision of how to do it, they co-created with us, they trained us. We are now able to operate with a much more outside-in, customer-obsessed approach than we could two years ago.”

- Microsoft - Chief Experience Architect, Customer and Partner Experience