At a recent gathering in our newly renovated and expanded Florida headquarters, a group of our clients including executives from Wyndham, TeamHealth, Speedpay, First American Title, HRRG, Zealandia, and Equiant discussed how they are innovating communications and payments to meet rising customer expectations and achieve digital transformation. Two themes quickly emerged:
For most of us, buying technology, whether it’s a laptop or wireless speakers, is far from straightforward or fast. What features do you need? Which brand is better? How do you figure out the best option in your price range? And so on.
While digital gets a lot of attention, paper remains a cornerstone of any customer communications program. A majority of Americans continues to receive bills by mail and legal documents are regularly sent by Certified Mail®.
While U.S. mortgage servicers have focused in recent years on becoming more operationally resilient, they seem to have taken their eyes off of their customers.
What’s keeping auto lenders up at night?
It’s not fear of ride-sharing, once thought to be the biggest potential disruptor of future auto sales. Ninety percent of consumers surveyed, including the majority of millennials, said they still want to own a car, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association.
Three 2019 travel trends jumped out at me when I saw the findings of a Booking.com online survey of 21,500 travel-inclined adults around the world.