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Nowoczesne metody badawcze w obszarze customer experience

Badania customer experience stanowią ważny punkt oferty każdej liczącej się agencji badawczej. Głównym celem artykułu jest pokazanie obszarów kluczowych z punktu widzenia CX i rodzajów badań w nich prowadzonych. Dodatkowo przedstawione zostały dwa najnowsze narzędzia do badania customer experience rozwijane przez agencję badawczą Kantar: oparte na grywalizacji jakościowe „Nasze Miasto” oraz ilościowe CX+. Opisano założenia stojące za obydwoma narzędziami i wskazano obszary zastosowań wraz z zaznaczeniem ich unikalnego wkładu w procesy badania CX.

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Słowa kluczowe: customer experience; badania rynku; metodologia; grywalizacja

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