Evan Carroll is the author of two technology books and has appeared in major news outlets including The New York Times, CBS Sunday Morning, NPR's Fresh Air, The Atlantic, and Popular Science.
Evan's career spans roles in user experience, marketing, and product management for leading agencies and technology companies, including IBM, Ketchum, and ChannelAdvisor. As a keynote speaker and trainer, Evan inspires companies to improve customer loyalty, advocacy and ultimately the bottom line.
He is co-author of the book, Blue Goldfish, which highlights businesses leveraging technology, data, and analytics to do a "little something extra" to improve the experience for their customers. Blue Goldfish shows companies how to deepen customer relationships, improve responsiveness, and increase overall readiness to meet customer needs.
A leader in digital legacy and personal archiving, Evan is also co-author of the book, Your Digital Afterlife: When Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter Are Your Estate, What's Your Legacy (New Riders Press, 2010).
Evan holds MS and BS degrees in Information Science from UNC-Chapel Hill. He was recognized by the American Marketing Association as its 2017 National Volunteer of the Year.
Technology at Human Scale
Do you ever feel like your business is stuck in neutral Growth is the holy grail of business today and many companies are turning to technology to reach more customers with fewer resources. More is the goal. More profits. More subscribers. More leads in the funnel. Bigger, so the establishment believes, is better.
But what if better were truly better This keynote is a journey through compelling examples of great companies, including Amazon, Disney, and Facebook, who have embraced the idea that better is better. And the results By creating better customer experiences, they're seeing bigger rewards and happier customers.
Blue Goldfish author Evan Carroll will reveal the ways companies are using technology to improve customer experience and leave you with the tools-and the inspiration-to create lasting change in your company and ultimately improve the bottom line.
Big Data, Analytics, and Infosense: Using Technology to Drive Customer Loyalty and Advocacy
In customer experience, there is no such thing as meeting expectations. You either exceed expectations or you fall short. According to an IBM study, more than three out of four customers expect organizations to understand their individual needs. Some call this the Amazon Effect. Trendwatching.com calls this info-sense, which is using data to understand and meet the individual, personalized needs of your customer.
Jack Welch said there are two forms of competitive advantage: Learning more about your customers and putting it into action faster than your competition. Are you turning big data into useful data Are you leveraging analytics to improve the customer journey
Evan Carroll, co-author of Blue Goldfish, will uncover how companies are using data, analytics, and technology to create world-class customer experiences. You'll leave with a full toolbox of strategies, tactics and practical advice to improve your customer experience and ultimately your bottom line.
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