Delivering The Orchestrated Customer Experience: Why – And How – We Need to Rethink The Contact Center

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March 2021

Greg Weber

Customer expectations have changed dramatically in recent years, both in the B2B and the B2C worlds. “The Amazon Effect,” as it’s often called, created a paradigm in which every retailer can deliver goods ordered within 24 hours, businesses are always open, and customer service responds promptly, even at 2:00 AM. While many retail businesses were quick to catch on, other industries have been slower to adapt.
 
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