Companies are under unprecedented pressure to optimize the customer experience. We see evidence of this during the last 18 months in the emergence of the chief customer officer (CCO) role. Companies such as United Airlines, Samsung and Chrysler have all recently announced CCOs as part of their executive suites, and one report indicated that 45 percent of large U.S. firms responding to a survey now have a senior executive responsible for customer experience.1

 

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