Customer Experience Map: Getting ‘proof of age’ identification prove eligibility for entitlement
Posted by Fred Zimny
At first thought i did not like the map. Not designed well. But this is real life. Map has been a favorite on my slideshare account this week. Hope u enjoy it too.
From the authors:
This Customer Experience Map is a graphical representation of the service journey of a customer getting a ‘proof of age’ identification card (POA ID). This is the (fictitious, but based on a real government service) scenario where a person with no traditional proof of age (e.g. drivers licence,
passport) needs to prove their eligibility in respect of age. The ‘Agency’ provides a POA ID card so people can use it in lieu of other forms of age proof. This map shows the customer perspective from the beginning, middle and end as they engage our Agency and other services and channels
to achieve their goal. It shows the range of tangible and quantitative interactions, triggers and touchpoints, as well as the intangible and qualitative motivations, frustrations and meanings that we can leverage, change, improve during the solutioning work for the change initiative
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About Fred ZimnyHave been a service management professional for over twenty years. Successfully managed transition programs and front office operations within numerous major Dutch companies. I am also founder of www.serve4impact.com, an attempt to define the developments in the field of service design and service management. Interested in consulting, education and writing (and occasionally speaking) engagements, as well as blogging opportunities. Expertise: Service marketing Leadership Service management Marketing performance and productivity Change management.
Posted on 2012/08/06, in Social CRM and social business and tagged Access Control, Business, Business Services, Customer experience, Driver's license, Fire and Security, Identity document, Security, Social CRM and social business, Vision, visionaries, vision things, trends, womenreading. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off.
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