Strativity Touches Down in Australia with Pareto Fundraising JMA Course

Strativity’s Touchpoint Dashboard touched-down for a historic week “Down Under” in Australia this week.   The Touchpoint Dashboard touch-down was recorded for posterity in this Australian recreation of the Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover, shot in picturesque Glebe, Sydney. Pareto Fundraising, a direct response fundraising agency that helps charities raise vital funds for providing services, […]

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2017 Was Amazing, What Will We Do Next?

Happy New Year! About six years ago, Touchpoint Dashboard (TPD) set out to solve a problem—journey maps were falling down from the walls both figuratively and literally. We aspired to change that, led by the belief that anyone can use well-designed software to make journey maps designed to improve customer experience for years to come. […]

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Strativity’s Touchpoint Dashboard Unveils Customer Types and Enhanced User Interface

The world’s premier customer experience consultancy, Strativity Group, Inc., rolls out new features within Touchpoint Dashboard to help practitioners amplify the human elements in customer journey maps.   HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY, October 17, 2017 –Strativity Group, Inc., the world’s leading customer experience consultancy, unveils Customer Types and a revamped user interface within Touchpoint Dashboard. Customer Types […]

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A Family Tree to Take Your Journey Maps from Macro to Micro

This blog is for CX professionals who 1) have multiple journey maps and 2) need a structure to connect them. Remember that neighborhood kid who always got you in trouble? Or maybe you were that kid who stirred everything up. That kid, for me, was my neighbor Jason, and he was two years older than […]

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Top 5 Reasons Customer Journey Maps Get Stuck in The Mud

Several years ago I was part of a company that was going through a merger. Not only was the number of employees going to double from approximately 20,000 to 40,000, but the number of customers was going to increase by 300%. In anticipation of customer support issues that could result from the merger, I was asked to create a customer journey map and identify high risk areas in the customer lifecycle. So I gathered key players from both companies and after spending several days together, we had a customer journey map with over 300 touchpoints, 40 of which we classified as “high risk”.

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