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Saying You’re Customer-Centric Isn’t the Same as Operationalizing Customer-Centricity

Claiming your business is “customer-centric” doesn’t mean much on the surface. Every business can say because, in a sense, everything they do is meant to appeal to their customers. But that isn’t the same thing as operationalizing customer-centricity, which describes a more concerted and focused effort to rebuild your operations to align customer experiences with your market promise.

In other words, to remain competitive, leaders in every industry must first acknowledge the need to shift toward a more customer-centric model, and second be willing to undergo significant change to get there. By combining the best people, processes, and technologies, companies can deliver transformational consumer experiences through authentic connections that build long-term loyalty and boost revenues.

“It’s a great feeling to know that my work and skills have impacted my clients’ ideas and  outputs.”

But a true customer-centric approach can represent a major shift for many organizations, one that puts the customer’s experience at the forefront of the company’s goals. At Amzur, we’ve achieved this by making our primary mission one of mutual success. This is what drives our teams and brings us closer, whether we’re interacting with one another or our customers. We believe that is the best way to do business.

What does true organizational customer-centricity look like? It looks like a dedication to ensuring that every customer walks away from every engagement feeling understood and appreciated. It is not just about being consistent with service standards; it is about intimate customer interactions. It is about implementing structural changes that benefit all customers, so their investments can reap the appropriate rewards.

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At Amzur, we do this by empowering our project and account leaders—as well as other frontline employees—on the current best practices for anticipating client needs. We also provide our associates with the right tools to drive authentic interactions that are aligned with our promise of mutual success. By combining people, process, culture, and technology to align with that promise, Amzur makes organizational client-centricity into actionable reality. 

It all starts with putting our clients at the center of everything we do. Every team member pays close attention to their customers to ensure both parties are working toward a common goal. Only then can we anticipate customer wants, build products that meet their needs, and provide a level of service that keeps them coming through the door—and back for more.

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Is claiming to be customer centric and operationalizing customer centricity the same thing?

In order to remain competitive, leaders need to acknowledge the need to shift to more customer-centric business models. By combining people, process, and technology, companies can create authentic connections through customer-centric approaches and build long term loyalty and revenues.

A true customer-centric approach is a broader shift for the organization, one that puts the customer’s entire experience at the forefront of the company’s goals. 

Mutual success is our mission at Amzur. It is what drives the whole team. It is what brings us closer. We believe that is the best way to do business. What do we mean to be truly customer-centric? The idea of customer centricity involves a sense that every customer walks away from any experience feeling understood and appreciated. It is not just about being consistent with the service standards. It is an intimate customer interaction. It is about implementing structural change that benefits all customers, their investments will fail to reap the rewards on an organizational level. We empower our project and account leaders as well as other frontline employees on ways to anticipate customers’ needs and provide them with the right tools to make their interactions more authentic and aligned with our promise of mutual success. By combining people, process, culture, and technology, Amzur team makes a difference in client-centric promise.