OST Experience Design Experts Offer Free Virtual Roundtable Event: The Experience Economy

OST, an IT and digital consulting firm, is set to host a strategic customer experience business model roundtable event on February 1, 2022. Service design should be a priority for today’s customer-first businesses. More than 70 percent of businesses’ digital transformation efforts fail because enterprise organizations lack the ability to innovate at the same rate as their consumers’ needs change.

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The Experience Economy roundtable event will highlight why organizational service design should be implemented as a useful tool as enterprises adapt and shift expectations and introduce new technology into the market. The customer experience must be at the forefront of business strategy. Customers and businesses want digital experiences that make it easy to buy, easy to track, easy to customize and easy to get service. Customers are yearning for brands that make them feel a part of a tangible experience that meets their needs and desires.

Lisa Helminiak and Abby Breyer of OST’s Design Team will kick off the event with a brief presentation discussing why customer experience has become a top priority for enterprise organizations.

“The economic disruption has impacted services in numerous ways… the companies that keep the service experience elevated throughout this disruption are the ones who are going to come out on top,” said OST Design and Innovation Principal Lisa Helminiak.

Participants will have the opportunity to share personal experiences, challenges and ask questions in a smaller group setting. In addition, OST will share tools, advice and best practices to help participants understand and develop a design thinking framework to create a market differentiating service experience.

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