Customer journey

The customer journey is a progressive stream of digital and offline
experiences that are unique to each individual. An integrated marketing platform allows you to create a journey filled with relevant and meaningful personal experiences across channels, devices, and geographies.

Campaign management
 

Following the customer journey isn’t a walk in the park.

 

You face numerous business and technology challenges related to tracking, mapping, and optimizing the customer journey. 
Lack of automated journey optimization.
 
Lack of automated journey optimization.
Inefficient, fragmented marketing technologies.
 
Inefficient, fragmented marketing technologies.
Inability to seamlessly add mobile moments.
 
Inability to seamlessly add mobile moments.
Lack of integrated  actionable data.
 
Lack of integrated actionable data.
 

 

Take the next step toward customer journey maturity.

 

When you address the challenges of customer journey mapping, you’ll see several benefits.

 

A unified customer view shared across teams.
 
A unified customer view shared across teams.
The customer journey provides insight into behaviors, preferences, needs, and more as customers engage with your brand at home, at work, and on the go. Having these insights helps you improve content targeting, personalization, and optimization.
Better understanding of key touchpoints.
 
Better understanding of key touchpoints.
Tracking the customer journey reveals the experiences that translate to brand advocacy, loyalty, conversions, and revenue, viewed in context and in real time. Use touchpoints that made a difference to better serve existing customers, and leverage insights to acquire new ones.
You can identify conversion pathways.
 
You can identify conversion pathways.
You can get a holistic yet detailed view of the paths consumers take with your brand. Journey analysis enables you to better attribute engagement and behaviors to conversion events by analyzing devices, channels, locations, and more.
Team alignment to a customer-centric focus.
 
Team alignment to a customer-centric focus.
Enterprises mature toward an experience-driven business model by tracking and mapping the customer journey, allowing teams to collaborate on a customer’s entire brand experience.
Customer journey
Adobe can help.
 
Combining the strengths of the integrated solutions in Adobe Experience Cloud, you can seamlessly guide a customer journey that is rewarding, delightful, consistent, and personalized across the entire experience lifecycle.
 

 

 

Industry leaders guide the customer journey.

 

Brands capitalize on a unified customer view to deliver experiences that are more relevant, consistent, and personal.
 
 
Chris Insall, Customer Communications Manager, Virgin Holidays

 

“Customers don’t speak to us through just one medium. The modern marketer needs to ensure their speaking to the customer at the right time through the right channel.”
— Chris Insall,
Customer Communications Manager, Virgin Holidays
Toby Wright, Chief Technology Officer, Telegraph Media Group
 
“We needed to get product to market quicker. Adobe Experience Manager and related products allow us to do that much quicker. We can deliver features in weeks that used to take months.”
— Toby Wright,
Chief Technology Officer, Telegraph Media Group
 

Customer journey FAQ.

Why is focusing on the customer journey important to becoming a mature experience business?
Because of the changing consumer landscape, issues such as multi-device engagements, channel fatigue, and expectations of a singular brand experience demand that the entire lifecycle be treated as a continuous journey.
 
Isn’t the customer journey just about analytics?
No. Journey management goes beyond simply analyzing customer behaviors. The principles of content management, audience targeting, omnichannel experience, and campaign optimization are blended to achieve success.
 
How does identifying the customer journey help our marketing team?
Journey mapping can help you set budgets, identify technology needs, set workflows, improve content and campaign delivery, and manage development cycles.
 
Is marketing the only business function impacted by a customer journey strategy?
Focusing on the customer experience requires organizational change that can impact customer-facing organizations as well as backend teams like accounting, human resources, and purchasing.
 
If I create a static customer journey map after analyzing available data, are we good to go?
No. Customer expectations and preferences, as well as technology and competitive climate, can change over time, leading to new and different types of interactions. As such, best practices suggest ongoing journey mapping.
 
How do we get started?
Start planning your strategy by holding workshops with stakeholders to uncover roadblocks, requirements, resource availability, and other issues. A successful approach looks at the impact on the organization first, then builds an implementation plan.
 

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