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CX in Manufacturing  - Achieving total CX by seamlessly integrating interactions that reflect and enhance brand value

Thu, 03 Feb


CX in Manufacturing Leaders Connect

CX in Manufacturing - Achieving total CX by seamlessly integrating interactions that reflect and enhance brand value

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Time & Location

03 Feb 2022, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM GST

CX in Manufacturing Leaders Connect

About the event

How can technology play a bigger role in shaping customer experience in a post-pandemic world? How can the thoughtful use of data, analytics, and technology help deliver actionable, tangible experiences that can turn into relationships?

9.00 Opening panel discussion – Digital transformation driving omnichannel experience and excellence in customer care. Experts delve into the following discussion points:

  • CX and DX alignment in the manufacturing sector in the Middle East, its importance post-pandemic
  • Country spotlight – Looking at how customer experience has evolved in the manufacturing sector in UAE, KSA, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait
  • Discovering what’s next, what worked and what didn’t during the pandemic?

9.40 Live Poll: What trends will be in the spotlight in customer experience over the next 2 years

  • Higher AI and IA penetration to deliver an exemplary customer experience
  • Shared Service Centers migrating to Centers of Excellence
  • More budget being allocated to enhance the omnichannel experience
  • Customer experience reaches the maturity threshold

Subsequent discussion:

CIO/ Digital Transformation Heads Fireside Chat

The manufacturing sector has been leading the way in personalised experience and service delivery. There have been significant investments in data management, use of data centers, omnichannel as well as seamless journey creation including self-service.

  • How has this been managed? What is expected in the next 2 years?
  • What are some of the challenges CIOs and CX leaders face in implementing these at scale?
  • The pandemic has seen the customer expecting services comparable to the best in the industry. How are you keeping track of this?
  • How has VoC evolved to ensure the customer is still central to all implementation.

10.00 Live Poll: What are the top technologies being evaluated by organisations to improve customer experience?

  • Data Analytics
  • CRM
  • AI
  • BPM
  • NLPs/ Chatbots
  • IA

Subsequent discussion:

Tech Talks - which technologies are attracting investments in the manufacturing sector?

  • Will a data-centric approach be the key to alleviating customer experience?
  • Whilst, BPM and RPA together may provide benefits independently, under the right circumstances and implementation strategy they can provide extended benefits when implemented together.
  • Do you see BPM and IA implementation providing relational value in your organisation?

10.30 Live Poll: What is the ROI benchmark of CX tech deployment in the manufacturing sector?

  • Improve service and operational competencies
  • Operational efficiency and driving new revenue streams
  • Creating value for internal and external stakeholders
  • Strengthening risk management and governance

Subsequent discussion:

A recap of top challenges anticipated in the next two years, what will be post-pandemic manufacturing focus?

11.00 Close of the Exchange

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