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February 6, 2019
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Disruptive Innovation
Online disruption has arrived for almost every industry and market. Companies in the building materials space that can leverage the shifts we’re seeing in how people want to buy will grow awareness, drive sales and outpace competition. Read More

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Product Spotlight
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The Talk

Filip Geeraert
Walker, a trend-setting customer experience consulting firm, recently did a study that asked professionals: Which changing customer expectation will have the greatest impact on your business in the future?  While “speed” would seem to be the biggest customer pleaser in today’s “get it now or else” marketplace, it was edged out by “personalization.”
For customer experience folks, personalization is the one customer expectation they predict will grow the most between now and 2020. The reality is we all want to be treated like an individual. We want the companies we do business with to value us as a person, not a number. And, it doesn’t just apply to customers. It’s also about employees, partners, investors, our community, and so on. Read More 




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