[Webinar Replay] Channeling Your Customers' Communication Preferences in 2022

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Watch on-demand now - this webinar took place on July 28th, 2022

How do your customers like to receive important communications? Email? SMS? Postbox?

The fact is, customer channel preferences are changing rapidly. They are changing often and they vary by communication type.  

Here are some more facts.

If you offer communication channels your customers prefer:

  • 60% are much more likely to recommend your business to a friend
  • 58% are much more likely to buy more from you
  • 54% are much more likely to make a first-time purchase from your business

Channel preferences are diverse and evolving, and if businesses ignore their customer’s desire for personalization and control, they will lose an important competitive advantage. For small-medium businesses, this may seem daunting, and perhaps even a little scary. But it doesn't have to be.

On July 28th, we teamed up with the experts at Aspire Customer Communications Services to help put these fears to rest.

During the webinar, founder and CEO Kaspar Roos reviewed Aspire’s latest findings to offer concrete insights to help you transform your customer communications into a tool for business success.
 

By downloading this webinar recording you'll:

  • Learn the latest customer channel preference trends so you can plan for the future
  • Explore the four stages of managing multi-channel customer communications
  • Know how to evolve from a manual document process to your desired digital state 
  • Discover how small to medium businesses are implementing new technology to manage customer preferences with little to no IT involvement

 

Experience

Experience

A rich history of world-class leadership

Backed by the experts

Backed by the experts

Gartner, Forrester, and Aspire

Expertise

Expertise

8 billion personalized experiences annually

Proven results

Proven results

97% customer satisfaction rate