Make customer-centricity the core of your future activities.
Collaborate with your team members on your journey map and share your knowledge and insights with each other.
Invite others to comment on your journey maps. Have online discussions with geographically dispersed teams.
Compare the experiences of multiple personas in one journey map. Learn how and why their experiences differs and optimize your service accordingly.
Share read-only versions of your maps and let others follow changes your journey map in real-time.
Rearrange all the elements of the map, such as steps and lanes, by dragging and dropping them into place.
Export maps and personas to high resolution PDF, PowerPoint, Excel and PNG files to print, present and analyze.
Establish a common customer-centric language across your organization with personas and journey maps.
Custom branding and subdomain for a consistent look & feel supports easier adoption across your organization.
Using the same cloud-based tool allows you to jump between different zoom levels of journey maps and identify which CX projects support or contradict each other.
Many studies show that improving customer experience has a positive impact on customer loyalty, churn, and revenue growth.
We can train your teams and help you as a sparring partner to scale customer-centricity in your organization.
Increase speed and accessibility of journey maps across your organization. Reuse data from previous CX projects and build on top of previous research.
This case shares how a global Japanese electronics company used journey mapping to improve its business to business operations, specifically with external partners. Through a number of service design workshops internal staff gained awareness of the problem of poor service delivery and became part of the solution.
Have you ever visited a store, tried on some clothes, used your smartphone to compare prices – and in the end bought everything online? Undeniably, omnichannel experiences are becoming more and more habitual, and we don’t need to go too far to verify consumers’ behavioral changes.