Focusing on the Customer Experience and Delivering Great Customer Service

  • Joanne Scheff Bernstein

Abstract

Great customer service is dependent on the marketer mastering the art and science of patron knowledge and understanding. The science is in the database and all the market research undertaken to better understand customers’ attitudes, preferences, interests, and behavior. The art is in how this information is used in designing and improving the customer experience.1

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© Joanne Scheff Bernstein 2014

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