Market deregulation, new competitors and changed customer expectations mean that legacy companies need to fundamentally shift their point of view and start focusing on issues like customer experience and relationships and digital transformation to support their operations. However, this is not easy for entrenched players whose focus has traditionally been on supply efficiency.
"Bridging the Gap Between Data Science and Manufacturing" was the title of the Meetup held in Zagreb on 14th March 2019. The aim of this meetup was to bring together data scientists and manufacturing companies to discuss the opportunities, challenges and potential sources of data associated with data science for manufacturers.
Utilities industry is a perfect example of the spectrum in which the truly successful companies have understand the difference between what are customer centric processes, and what can be described as transactional processes - fail to understand this key difference, and your company will surely fail in the long term.
For a wide range of businesses, large and small, customer relationship management (CRM) systems are the most critical system when it comes to customer contact. However, in this day and age the biggest importance no longer resides within CRM – it is almost guaranteed that your Call Center will be the first contact you have with the customer, and you should be placing additional focus there.
While digital transformation may be a buzzword, it is an important buzzword. Consumer behaviour is changing rapidly, and companies are losing control over the sales process. It used to be that a customer came to a store, was greeted with a salesperson with a smile on their face to be convinced into the product they need.
Your market has changed. You should be getting ready.
First of all, the world has gone mobile. More than half of the world’s population uses a smartphone, and many don’t even own a traditional computing device anymore. In 2018, around 2 billion people will use mobile messaging apps, such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger or Viber.
How to empower your business, society, people, and ability to innovate and transform were some of the main topics presented at the Zagreb Adacta Day 2018 that took place on Thursday, 8 November, at the Esplanade hotel in Zagreb. On stage, we hosted Croatian and international speakers in addition to our experts coming from Adacta. It was a chance to share some news, inspire and socialize with customers and partners.
New technologies, a look into the future, critical overview of digital transformation and socializing with our customers and partners – these are some of the highlights of Adacta Day 2018 that took place on Friday, 9 November, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Ljubljana. On stage, we hosted Slovenian and international speakers in addition to our experts coming from Adacta.
We had the pleasure to talk to Marko Lukičić, Member of the Board at Jadranka Hoteli about the Hospitality.CRM solution they recently implemented in the company. Mr. Lukičić highlighted some challenges the company faced while in the process of selecting and implementing the new solution, as well as benefits the new solution brings to the company and about the future plans.
The 1st Adacta Day Belgrade took place last week with to celebrate 15 years of successful Adacta’s presence in Serbia. More than 130 existing and potential customers, partners and other business associates gathered in Hilton Hotel to celebrate this significant milestone.