Leading companies in almost all industries have invested significantly over the past decade to improve customer experience, and increasingly we see a movement toward companies trying to differentiate themselves based on service. Technology is playing a huge part in the paradigm shift in customer experience excellence. The Arabian Computer News Investigates: Maintaining Customer Experience, the first in the 2015 series brought together IT leaders from across a number of industries to discuss proven strategies and working examples of the best cost saving, technology integrating and operationally efficient practices for improving and maintaining customer experience in the Middle East.
The technology that makes up many of the systems in the IT world today is at a critical juncture and in the next five years everything from mobile devices and applications to servers and social networking will impact IT in ways companies need to prepare for now. On the 13th May the Middle East’s leading CIOs, CTOs and IT Managers attended the Arabian Computer News Investigates: Maintaining Customer Experience conference and explored proven strategies and working examples of how technology can drive cost savings, drive operational efficiencies, and boost the bottom line. The first in the 2015 series focussed on improving and maintaining customer experience and was dedicated to exploring practical, take-home strategies in implementing business applications, building core infrastructures, embracing the latest technologies, and aligning the IT department’s outlook with broader business goals.
Stay tuned for the next in the Arabian Computer News Investigates series….
ACN Investigates brings together the cream of the Middle East IT community. Attendance is by invitation only and represents the decision makers leading the Middle East and shaping the sector’s future.
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