What is a CX Juggernaut: Ridiculously Simple Customer Experience

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Ridiculously Simple Customer Experience

How to Quickly Build and Maintain a CX Juggernaut

“What’s a CX juggernaut?” you ask.

We think the simplest way to explain this is to point to Chick-fil-A. Chick-fil-A is a CX juggernaut.

Despite being closed on Sundays and despite the constant calls for boycotts because of stances on controversial issues, the average Chick-fil-A restaurant earns more revenue per year than the average Wendy’s, Burger King, KFC, and Subway… combined!

The benefits are clear: pleasing the customer – that is, creating a great customer experience (CX) – leads to greater revenue and profits, while reducing marketing and other costs. Moreover, CX done right increases employee satisfaction – reducing negative turnover and freeing up your frontline managers to lead instead of being caught in the never-ending cycle of recruiting and hiring.

Plus, when you’re a CX juggernaut like Chick-fil-A, everything about you is perceived to be better than the reality. More importantly, perceived to be better than the competition. No offense, but Chick-fil-A makes a very good chicken sandwich. It’s fried chicken on a bun, topped with two pickles. It’s not the best, though because of their commitment to a customer-first strategy, it is perceived as the best by their raving fans.

Chick-fil-A is a customer-first company, and it shows in everything they do.

Without customers, you don’t have a business. And even if you’re fortunate enough to work for or run an organization that enjoys a monopoly (think: power companies; public schools; etc.) or an oligopoly (think: airlines; telecom; etc.), you can still benefit from employing a customer-first strategy. Working to ensure great customer experiences gives you increased pricing power while lowering certain employee costs (think: reducing turnover and the need to staff an ever-growing customer service department).

This is the first in a series of excerpts from Ridiculously Simple Customer Experience, a book written for everyone in any organization that has customers. That is, it was written for those in both the public and private sector; and for everyone in these organizations. From the frontline, customer-facing employees to the CEO and board of directors.

As you’ll learn in this ridiculously short book, building and maintaining a CX juggernaut isn’t hard… in fact, it’s ridiculously simple. Buy it now on Amazon:best customer service book ever written