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Enhancing Customer Experience: Trends, Strategies, and Technologies in Contemporary Business Contexts.

Alfredo Perez Cortés ,
Alfredo Perez Cortés

Corporación unificada nacional de educación superior – CUN. Florencia, Colombia

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The article provides a comprehensive analysis of emerging trends, strategies, and technologies in customer service within the contemporary business landscape. It is based on a detailed and methodologically sound literature review, encompassing the latest trends in customer service as well as best practices employed by leading organizations. The importance of personalization in customer interactions, omnichannel strategies, and the integration of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and automation are highlighted. Employee training and the development of a customer-centric organizational culture are fundamental aspects for delivering exceptional service. Additionally, effective management of conflict situations and problem resolution are addressed, along with the implementation of strategies for continuously measuring and improving customer satisfaction. Key metrics such as Customer Retention Index and Return on Customer Investment are emphasized for evaluating the financial performance of customer service strategies

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Perez Cortés A. Enhancing Customer Experience: Trends, Strategies, and Technologies in Contemporary Business Contexts. SCT Proceedings in Interdisciplinary Insights and Innovations [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 7 [cited 2024 Jun. 16];2:235. Available from:

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