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Leveraging AI and Beyond: 6 Customer Experience Strategies For Hyper-PersonalizationHamza Qamar
If young companies in the digital era have shown us anything, it’s how much easier it is for them to quickly implement and scale the latest, innovative technologies. This gives them a huge advantage over large corporations to leverage personalization strategies that maximize profitability and minimize time to market. Will large-scale organizations, then, ever be able to compete with digitally native companies for the speed of customer experience adaption and enhancement? We answer that by diving into Hyper-Personalization and how large organizations can integrate it into their customer experience strategy.
Mastering CX Excellence Part 1: The Strategic Significance of Customer Experience For Large EnterprisesHamza Qamar
When you hear the term “Customer Experience” (CX), do you instinctively relate it to UX design or customer care? Well then you need to hear this too: that’s not the case! In its truest essence, the full breadth of customer experience extends far beyond the responsibilities of UX designers and customer care teams. Crafting an […]
Understanding Reusability Maturity AssessmentsSami Rehman
Many businesses with digital products (especially startups) usually prioritize faster rollouts over other aspects of product development. However, in some cases, this can mean a lowered focus on architectural decisions at various stages along the product’s lifecycle. As time goes on, these problems compound and become much harder to fix, especially without undertaking a massive overhaul or reinvention of the original software. Reusability maturity frameworks applied across organizations can help businesses solve this problem, and address issues at each stage that could impeded product growth and sustainability, before moving on to the next one.
4 Things To Get Right When Using A Product FrameworkSami Rehman
Product teams are well-aware, and often a victim of, the exploitation of product frameworks. Many who offer frameworks — and they are available on nearly every topic and industry around us — often use it as a means to further their marketing efforts. But for all the apprehension surrounding product frameworks, it’s important to remember what their core purpose is: solving your problems in a more structured manner. In this article, Senior PRoduct Manager shares 4 measures of caution to take when choosing the right product framework for yourself, and the importance of filtering out the right ones from frameworks that aren’t meant for you.
3 Techniques To Make Data-Driven Decisions with User Data AnalyticsAli Ayub Khan
In a world of cut-throat competition in every industry where businesses operate in the digital space, missing out on key user insights and relying on guesswork can prove to be fatal for your business. Leaving things to chance when it comes to understanding what your users really want from their experience with your product can be detrimental. On the other hand, carefully studying your users, their behaviors, and their interactions has endless benefits — both on the outside and within your organization. In this article, Associate Product Manager Ali Ayub Khan reveals three of the most effective techniques that help you drive better data-driven decisions every single day.
Goals-Based RoadmapsSami Rehman
Most companies will roll out product roadmaps, but they won’t keep their product strategy, goals, and vision in mind. In trying to accommodate for the features of the product instead of the overarching goals and strategy, and being guided by the end goal of appeasing the executives, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s actually important: the alignment of your team with your product strategy and goals. In this eGuide, find the complete step-by-step process of how to build Goals-based Roadmaps instead of feature-based ones, and the template that product teams can use to keep themselves aligned with the product strategy.
Scaling Agile Operations: 3 Agile Frameworks for Digital TransformationGhazmir Mansur
Your small-sized product team may be functioning well right now, but have you thought about what might happen if you try to grow it? Any small business scaling up will run into one big problem: their teams are used to working in legacy Scrum frameworks, and these frameworks fail when you start adding more people into the team. So what can growing startups wanting to adopt an agile transformation do? Enter: the 3 best Scaled Agile frameworks for digital transformation!
Implementing User Experience Research in the Product Life CycleIrum Tariq
As customer satisfaction continues to increase in importance as a key element for the success of any business, no matter how big or small, the need for user experience research grows as well. Be it for digital or physical products, and regardless of which stage of the product life cycle you may currently be at, there are UX methods to adopt at each stage that can help achieve very specific but crucial outcomes — all of which contribute towards the success of your product. In this article, learn how and when UX research can be implemented at various stages of the product development life cycle.
Enhancing the Product Life Cycle With Great User Experience DesignUsama Javed
The product development life cycle is a journey that requires time, effort, and a lot of resources. Despite all of that, if you’re still failing to recognize the most important factor that will define the success of your product, you’re putting yourself in a dangerous situation. This factor is the end user, and user experience design could be the missing piece of the puzzle that product companies need to ensure their product meets the expectations of their target users. In this article, learn why great user experience design is key to the product life cycle, in what ways it impacts the process, and how you can start incorporating it into the product cycle today.
Do Products Drive Data or Does Data Drive the Product?Ali Ayub Khan
Ever since the rise of data management, big data, and data-driven decisions, product teams have relied on tools and systems that help collect this data and analyze it for better products. But where does this data come from? Even if we answer this question, it leads to another: What data exactly is actually needed to make better decisions at each stage of the product life cycle, from acquisition to retention to expansion? In this article, we set out to extract only the best metrics you need to measure (and how you can calculate them) to get the most out of product management.