I took the opportunity to talk to Ulf Larsson recently. He is our Product Manger Hardware, an area that has always been crucial to Qmatic as long as the comany has existed.
On city, state, and national levels, government organizations are working to understand how big data technologies could transform how metro areas work. Many have begun to gather, organize, store, analyze and use insights in an effort to become more efficient and improve life for their citizens.
It varies by state and county, but the average national Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) appointment takes between 34 and 44 minutes. Considering that most of us only have to go every couple of years to apply for or renew a license, manage a title, or take care of some other related task, this outlay of time isn’t really all that great. But ask about anyone of driving age, and they’ll say that they look forward to a DMV visit about as much as they do a dental exam or some other (often unfairly) maligned appointment.
Building a framework for resiliency and the future success of any enterprise involves assessing where the industry is headed, how demographics may change, and what the competition may bring to the marketplace. It also requires that the enterprise have an actionable, future focused strategy for meeting challenges and taking advantages of opportunity. This may be particularly important for high touch point businesses that have to consider how every service, product, and interaction will be perceived by a customer base that is increasingly empowered by social media to effect their reputation and bottom line.
Knowing how to differentiate and personalize the customer experience requires honest feedback. Here’s how to gather it quickly and with a high response rate.