Digital Impact in CX


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This award recognises the company in Ireland whose digital strategy and digital CX transformation has been delivering better outcomes over the past 12 months for their customers and ultimately their own business or organisation. The judges will want to see a strong link between the customer and the initiatives, backed up by metrics and evidence of CX performance. Entry is by a five A4 page submission. The judges will be looking for clear information that is backed up by facts and pays particular attention to the criteria listed below:

Entry is by a 5-page A4 PDF submission; the judges will be looking for a clear plan and evidence that it is delivering on core objectives, paying attention to the criteria listed below.

  • What was your challenge?: (Define your Digital Customer Experience challenge/’s and or objectives. How did you identify these via research, insights, customer and staff feedback etc.)?
  • What did you do, how did you approach it, and who did what?: (Explain your strategy to above challenges, the approach you took, who was involved from what departments and over what time period. Consider the approach to your CX culture change within. Cover the customer journey in terms of digital experience. What impact did it have on advocacy? Share any activities directed at internal management and staff training and immersion. How did you embed staff for the future? How did the organisation engage as a whole?).
  • What was new, unique, or exciting about your digital strategy and approach?: (Is it an improvement on existing methods, conventions and patterns; and, if so, how much of an improvement?)
  • What was the impact?: (How did you measure the impact, what did you learn and what were the specific impacts on customers, staff, and the business as a whole).