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Process for using customer intelligence

  1. Begin with your objectives. This helps you be more discerning when it comes to which sources of customer intelligence to use.
  2. Define what data is needed. With an understanding of the business issues, you can now identify what customer intelligence is needed to address the issue.
  3. Determine if this intelligence exists. Before reaching out to customers, consider what customer information you already have. Access financial data, operating metrics, contact center records, and any other relevant sources.
    • If it doesn’t exist, seek other sources. Gather intelligence from the most effective and efficient methods to address the business issue.
    • If it exists, collaborate to get the information you need. Be armed with the purpose for your request and the anticipated outcomes as you seek access to the data you need.

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