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IDC CX & Customer Success Forum

Management strategies to increase customer satisfaction, NPS and revenues in difficult economic times

Customer relationships built on mutual trust, value exchange and partnership

Brands that prosper in the digital business age will be those that elevate CX and customer success to the top of a customer-centric business agenda.
Customer Experience continues to top European enterprise executives’ business priorities. Despite adverse economic conditions there is no withdrawal from digital transformation projects designed to deliver superior customer experiences. European companies are seeking to retain and grow their customers by delivering a compelling combination of smart personalization, emotional engagement and next-gen customer journeys ('customer adventures').

CX technology and services remain key investment areas, and now all industries and large enterprises have digital subscription products, customer success is becoming a new area of investment to ensure customer satisfaction and retention. Both CX and customer success are key to supporting new digital business model innovations and are critical to delivering the CEO's future business resilience and growth agenda.
Why Attend?
This event will help CX, Customer Success and Technology managers to better understand the best management practices in Customer Listening and Engagement and Customer Success. We will help you to evaluate your current CX and Customer Success technology offerings and to plot a technology roadmap to superior CX and best-in-class Customer Success.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at our CX & Customer Success event on the 25th of April! If you cannot join on this date, register anyway - we will share the recordings afterwards.



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Tuesday April 25, 2023

Attendee Login and Networking


IDC Welcome


IDC: The research facts, proof points and predictions driving enterprises to invest in superior CX and customer success services


ChromeOS: How to secure and optimize your contact center


Miinto: Customer centricity as a growth and profitability driver for Miinto


Lindström: Towards consistent omnichannel experience in B2B


Coffee Break


Tover: Increasing Customer Lifetime Value through Partner Success


A.P. Moeller Maersk's Journey to Improve NPS: Lessons Learned and Best Practices


Final remarks followed by networking

Key topics

These are the main topics we will talk about

Defining Customer Listening and Engagement and its core components

Customer Listening and Engagement best practices and real-life case studies

Technology and data required to enable Customer Listening and Engagement

Tips and tricks for implementing Customer Listening and Engagement

Using the IDC Customer Success Maturity Model to define next best actions

Key attributes and management practices of best-in-class Customer Success operations

Technology and data required to empower Customer Success teams to thrive

Customer success top tips – how to expand your customer influence and scale in collaboration with business partners

Measuring Customer Listening and Engagement and Customer Success

The future of CX and Customer Success and the key business and technology challenges


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Dinner events

IDC Forums are hybrid and will, on request, be followed by small-scale, personal dinner events, where you can network with Senior Business Decision-makers, IDC Analysts and our sponsor partners. The personal dinner events take place in the following cities: Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Brussels, and Amsterdam.

Joining a dinner event offers an excellent opportunity to meet and connect with other senior business decision-makers and have some great conversations about a specific topic of your professional interest. The event will be facilitated by one of our IDC Research Directors, who will present new IDC data and insights and facilitate the discussion during the evening, typically at a five star restaurant from 17.00-21.30 on a weekday.

If you are interested in being invited to our dinner events, please email IDC Conference Director Camilla Hove Toft at chovetoft@idc.com or Peer Jensen at pjensen@idc.com if you would like to sponsor one of them.

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Camilla Hove Toft

Conference Director, IDC

Peer Jensen

Senior Sales Director, IDC Northern Europe Region, IDC Nordic

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