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The New Smart Customers http://www.flickr.com/photos/tao_zhyn/2450284882/
THE NEW SMART CUSTOMERS
THERE ARE MILLIONS
AND THEY ARE ALL  DIFFERENT http://ken-jennings.com/blog/?m=200809
THE SHORTEST DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO POINTS  IS  NO LONGER  A STRAIGHT LINE.
What used to be this….
Is now this
Situations Customers get in touch with brands in various situations – be it relaxed at home or in a hurry while traveling....
How customers really buy
The purchase path depends on different factors PRODUCT personality preferences habits attitudes everyday products informat...
Spontaneous purchase http://www.flickr.com/photos/37504045@N00/237947864 There are different ways to shop for products. So...
Considered purchase: criteria <ul><li>My new camera: </li></ul><ul><li>easy to carry around </li></ul><ul><li>takes great ...
Research process <ul><li>visited small stores and big chain retailers </li></ul><ul><li>spoke to staff and tested in-store...
Decision & purchase
After-purchase <ul><li>Used and evaluated the camera </li></ul><ul><li>Recommended the camera to others online or in real ...
The purchase process
Purchase paths Forrester 2009, Depicting European Shoppers’ Complex Purchasing Decision Path
The purchase process: Idea http://www.flickr.com/photos/kubina/1497679352/
Need identification How did you get the idea for the purchase? SapientNitro online survey August 2010
Specificity of product vision SapientNitro online survey August 2010 How specific was your initial idea of the product in ...
The purchase process: Research http://www.flickr.com/photos/andercismo/2349098787/sizes/l/in/photostream/
Product types Consumer electronics Travel Beauty, cosmetics and health Food Clothing and footwear Mobile phone or accessor...
Information gathering SapientNitro online survey August 2010
Computer hard- and software SapientNitro online survey August 2010 It is about information very helpful a little helpful n...
Clothes and footwear SapientNitro online survey August 2010 It is about look and feel very helpful a little helpful not he...
Travel SapientNitro online survey August 2010 It is about price very helpful a little helpful not helpful Offline Online C...
More online information gathering I searched  department stores  online to see where I could find the same boots for the b...
More offline information gathering Open Question in SapientNitro online survey August 2010 I created a  list of all my opt...
45% SapientNitro online survey August 2010 Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 of respondents to the Consumer Commerce Barome...
Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 of respondents to the Consumer Commerce Barometer study have taken printouts of product i...
80% SapientNitro online survey August 2010 of smart-phone owners in our survey have used their mobile phone in-store to re...
Dark figure SapientNitro online survey August 2010 http://lh3.ggpht.com/_eN9tzgso-m0/S3k81g8DNQI/AAAAAAAAIpY/fwN9hLEpEaY/s...
Dark figure http://lealoves.blogspot.com/2008/07/akute-shoppingunlust.html On the internet consumers also blog their pictu...
The purchase process: Decision http://farm1.static.flickr.com/172/378441879_621a7c7782_z.jpg?zz=1
Ease of decision: Products easy to decide difficult to decide so so
Most helpful for making a decision In-store demo Advice from store staff Calling customer care. Consumer magazines Persona...
The purchase process: Purchase http://www.flickr.com/photos/srs0001/4562512283/
Reason for purchase channel Open Question in SapientNitro online survey August 2010 The best price. I could see and test t...
90% SapientNitro online survey August 2010 SapientNitro online survey August 2010 of respondents in the Sapient internal s...
Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 24%  find arranging suitable delivery times difficult. 42%  find returning items inconven...
Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 23% http://www.flickr.com/photos/brackch/4351273998/ have already reserved an item online...
The purchase process: After-purchase http://www.flickr.com/photos/sambhusankar/4218337610/
After purchase Open Question in SapientNitro online survey August 2010 Have you ever done one of the following… ?
The purchase process: Lessons learned The right formula for every product – be it information, mood, look & feel or rating...
How can we address this?
CREATE  RELEVANCE
Why? How? What? Golden circle by   Simon   Sinek
Toolbox http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctreadway/3607458841/
KNOW YOUR  SYSTEM  AND  PROCESSES
A great team
KNOW  YOUR  CUSTOMERS
Well known sources Field studies Customer segmentation Interviews Surveys Focus Groups Testing
Web analytics Web analytics helps you to understand the behavior of your customers: Know where they come from, track the b...
MODEL  THE EXPERIENCE
Personas Extend your Personas: Think about their online behavior and their touchpoints with your brand: This could be loca...
Customer journeys Buckminster.be
More deliverables Service Blueprint Touchpoints Matrix Mental Model Experience Map
Show time http://www.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/2769915203/
BE  HONEST
Shared customer experience Juicystar01 has nearly 500,000 subscribers and over 25 million channel views on YouTube. She pr...
Integrate the user Talbots.com integrates user generated content on their website: Users provide stories on the products a...
IT’S ABOUT CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
Share happiness Award-winning ice ‘vending’ machine for Heart brand (better known as Wall’s or Langnese in local markets):...
CONNECT  THE CHANNELS
This is a music video http://www.diesel.com/ahundredlovers/ Music video for the spring summer collection of Diesel and als...
Put it in the right place http://www.designbynotion.com/metamirror-next-generation-tv/ Future vision by Notion Design Inte...
Extend your offline store http://www.flickr.com/photos/macinate/2016365041/ Create an online presence of an offline store....
Your online team http://www.flickr.com/photos/bike/3983843569/ This could be your online team. It’s important for your sta...
IN STORE  EXPERIENCE
Intelligent signage © 2010 SapientNitro and Designaffairs A short user journey A customer walks by the store front and dis...
Interactive  mirror © 2010 SapientNitro and Designaffairs A short user journey (continued) She finds a jacket and has a lo...
Mood  box © 2010 SapientNitro and Designaffairs A short user journey (continued) In the changing room she is provided with...
CONTEXT  IS KING
Augment your information http://www.taschenkaufhaus.de/ Which items fit in this bag? taschenkaufhaus.de not only shows the...
Provide contextual tools Ionos: Mobile app for iPhone and Blackberry Ionos’ Mobile app for iPhone and Blackberry focuses o...
TRACK  CONVERSION
Web analytics http://www.flickr.com/photos/arcadiaphotographicuk/4883308302/ Vouchers available online bring your customer...
Smart targeting http://www.flickr.com/photos/davepearson/537557306/ Smart Targeting by SDL Tridion matches search terms us...
Wrap up
Wrap up Know  your system  and   processes Know  your  customers and  their current situation Focus on the  why  and creat...
Sources and   recommendations <ul><li>Books </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Underhill, P. (2008). Why we buy: The science of shoppin...
Carmen Fehrenbach Information Architect Psychologist  Focus on Media Psychology Axel Rösgen Sr. Information Architect Indu...
THANK  YOU! www.sapientnitro.com Twitter: @sapientnitro facebook.com/sapientnitro [email_address] [email_address]
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This slide deck presents the results of a Sapient internal study on consumer behavior during the purchase path and underlying information needs. Moreover, tools and ideas on how to enable connected consumer-brand experiences
over multiple channels are explained.

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The new smart customers - How they really buy and how we can address this

  1. The New Smart Customers http://www.flickr.com/photos/tao_zhyn/2450284882/
  2. THE NEW SMART CUSTOMERS
  3. THERE ARE MILLIONS
  4. AND THEY ARE ALL DIFFERENT http://ken-jennings.com/blog/?m=200809
  5. THE SHORTEST DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO POINTS IS NO LONGER A STRAIGHT LINE.
  6. What used to be this….
  7. Is now this
  8. Situations Customers get in touch with brands in various situations – be it relaxed at home or in a hurry while traveling. They may live in a big city or in a small town where the next retailer is miles away.
  9. How customers really buy
  10. The purchase path depends on different factors PRODUCT personality preferences habits attitudes everyday products information-intense products look-and-feel products urgency to buy the product shopping infrastructure CULTURE
  11. Spontaneous purchase http://www.flickr.com/photos/37504045@N00/237947864 There are different ways to shop for products. Sometimes we buy spontaneously, out of mere pleasure, not having realized that we wanted to have such a thing before. Sometimes we consider purchases more deeply: During the considered purchase we spend some thoughts on what to buy and we do some research beforehand.
  12. Considered purchase: criteria <ul><li>My new camera: </li></ul><ul><li>easy to carry around </li></ul><ul><li>takes great photos </li></ul><ul><li>telephoto and wide-angle lens </li></ul><ul><li>manual shutter speed and aperture </li></ul><ul><li>rechargeable, but also works with normal batteries </li></ul>
  13. Research process <ul><li>visited small stores and big chain retailers </li></ul><ul><li>spoke to staff and tested in-store </li></ul><ul><li>read consumer magazines </li></ul><ul><li>spent 10 hours online: price comparison, manufacturer websites, product details online </li></ul><ul><li>borrowed a camera and tested it </li></ul><ul><li>blogged about the experiences </li></ul>
  14. Decision & purchase
  15. After-purchase <ul><li>Used and evaluated the camera </li></ul><ul><li>Recommended the camera to others online or in real life </li></ul><ul><li>Stayed in touch with the brand and the retailer </li></ul>
  16. The purchase process
  17. Purchase paths Forrester 2009, Depicting European Shoppers’ Complex Purchasing Decision Path
  18. The purchase process: Idea http://www.flickr.com/photos/kubina/1497679352/
  19. Need identification How did you get the idea for the purchase? SapientNitro online survey August 2010
  20. Specificity of product vision SapientNitro online survey August 2010 How specific was your initial idea of the product in your opinion? <ul><li>My criteria: </li></ul><ul><li>easy to carry around </li></ul><ul><li>takes great photos </li></ul><ul><li>telephoto and wide-angel lens </li></ul><ul><li>manual shutter speed and aperture </li></ul><ul><li>rechargeable, but works also with normal batteries </li></ul><ul><li>My criteria: </li></ul><ul><li>a good camera </li></ul>
  21. The purchase process: Research http://www.flickr.com/photos/andercismo/2349098787/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  22. Product types Consumer electronics Travel Beauty, cosmetics and health Food Clothing and footwear Mobile phone or accessories Furniture Media and leisure Computer hard- & software
  23. Information gathering SapientNitro online survey August 2010
  24. Computer hard- and software SapientNitro online survey August 2010 It is about information very helpful a little helpful not helpful Offline Online Channel neutral
  25. Clothes and footwear SapientNitro online survey August 2010 It is about look and feel very helpful a little helpful not helpful Offline Online Channel neutral
  26. Travel SapientNitro online survey August 2010 It is about price very helpful a little helpful not helpful Offline Online Channel neutral
  27. More online information gathering I searched department stores online to see where I could find the same boots for the best price. (Bought Frye Boots.) I watched for e-mail deals from airlines, specifically spirit air. (Bought a travel.) I emailed the reseller asking for further detail on the product. (Bought herb pots.) Browsed the Dell Outlet store and signed up for their offers program. (Bought a laptop.) I compared which websites had free shipping . (Bought a stand for gardening equipment.) I looked at different aggregators websites (Expedia and Opodo). Their user experience is different and it gave me information to refine my results. (Bought flight London-Sydney.) I watched the product and similar products on eBay auctions to compare price difference for new vs. used products (Bought a Therm-A-Rest camping matress.) Video reviews on Youtube is super helpful. (Bought printer/scanner/copier.) What else did you do to be able to make your decision?
  28. More offline information gathering Open Question in SapientNitro online survey August 2010 I created a list of all my options - prices, dates, places covered and prioritised them. (Bought a holiday to Jordan.) I also photographed the products and scanned the barcodes to locate pricing on the web that could beat the physical store. (Bought socks.) I got home demos from manufacturers (Bought home water purifier system.) Watched television shows dedicated to gadgets and mobile phones. (Bought an HTC Desire.) What else did you do to be able to make your decision?
  29. 45% SapientNitro online survey August 2010 Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 of respondents to the Consumer Commerce Barometer study sometimes check availability online before going to the store.
  30. Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 of respondents to the Consumer Commerce Barometer study have taken printouts of product information to the store. 23%
  31. 80% SapientNitro online survey August 2010 of smart-phone owners in our survey have used their mobile phone in-store to retrieve product information.
  32. Dark figure SapientNitro online survey August 2010 http://lh3.ggpht.com/_eN9tzgso-m0/S3k81g8DNQI/AAAAAAAAIpY/fwN9hLEpEaY/s720/F.P.HoseNeu3.JPG Some respondents also reported to have taken photos in fitting rooms to continue their research online later.
  33. Dark figure http://lealoves.blogspot.com/2008/07/akute-shoppingunlust.html On the internet consumers also blog their pictures to share their experiences and get other people’s opinions.
  34. The purchase process: Decision http://farm1.static.flickr.com/172/378441879_621a7c7782_z.jpg?zz=1
  35. Ease of decision: Products easy to decide difficult to decide so so
  36. Most helpful for making a decision In-store demo Advice from store staff Calling customer care. Consumer magazines Personal recommendations and advice from friends and family To see and test the product Chats and Forums Reviews and Ratings Price comparison engines Detailed product information Product comparison Good pictures from multiple perspectives. Demo videos Trust in the brand
  37. The purchase process: Purchase http://www.flickr.com/photos/srs0001/4562512283/
  38. Reason for purchase channel Open Question in SapientNitro online survey August 2010 The best price. I could see and test the product. Online Offline Great assistance by staff. No delivery times, I don’t have to wait. It was the easiest. It was the closest. I had a voucher. I got a discount. In India: So I know what I get. Ease of delivery. No pressure by sales people. It was on sale. It was not available in-store. Avoided the lineups. More choice. I had a voucher. 24 / 7
  39. 90% SapientNitro online survey August 2010 SapientNitro online survey August 2010 of respondents in the Sapient internal study report that they have already used price comparison engines.
  40. Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 24% find arranging suitable delivery times difficult. 42% find returning items inconvenient. 38% think that shipping cost is too expensive. https://www.dpd.com/de/content/download/763/7406/image/DPD_Bildmotiv_Zustellung_2C_02.jpg
  41. Consumer Commerce Barometer 2010 23% http://www.flickr.com/photos/brackch/4351273998/ have already reserved an item online and picked it up in-store.
  42. The purchase process: After-purchase http://www.flickr.com/photos/sambhusankar/4218337610/
  43. After purchase Open Question in SapientNitro online survey August 2010 Have you ever done one of the following… ?
  44. The purchase process: Lessons learned The right formula for every product – be it information, mood, look & feel or ratings Intrinsic triggers. All you need to do is make them stay! Bring the information of both worlds together to enable decision making Trust. Good prices. Fast and flexible delivery. Engage your customers and make them help you.
  45. How can we address this?
  46. CREATE RELEVANCE
  47. Why? How? What? Golden circle by Simon Sinek
  48. Toolbox http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctreadway/3607458841/
  49. KNOW YOUR SYSTEM AND PROCESSES
  50. A great team
  51. KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS
  52. Well known sources Field studies Customer segmentation Interviews Surveys Focus Groups Testing
  53. Web analytics Web analytics helps you to understand the behavior of your customers: Know where they come from, track the buzz around your brand, products or services on Twitter, check if your conversion funnel works well.
  54. MODEL THE EXPERIENCE
  55. Personas Extend your Personas: Think about their online behavior and their touchpoints with your brand: This could be local retailers, the call center or your Facebook page – they will always leave their marks and shape the brand experience.
  56. Customer journeys Buckminster.be
  57. More deliverables Service Blueprint Touchpoints Matrix Mental Model Experience Map
  58. Show time http://www.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/2769915203/
  59. BE HONEST
  60. Shared customer experience Juicystar01 has nearly 500,000 subscribers and over 25 million channel views on YouTube. She presents the results of her latest shopping tour on YouTube in short videos – a user generated product test channel.
  61. Integrate the user Talbots.com integrates user generated content on their website: Users provide stories on the products and situations in their life Won Best in Class award for eCommerce @ interactive media awards 2010 Q2.
  62. IT’S ABOUT CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
  63. Share happiness Award-winning ice ‘vending’ machine for Heart brand (better known as Wall’s or Langnese in local markets): Smile and you get an ice cream for free! Probably not the best way to make money, but very effective to create happy customers who share their experiences with your brand on Facebook and among their friends.
  64. CONNECT THE CHANNELS
  65. This is a music video http://www.diesel.com/ahundredlovers/ Music video for the spring summer collection of Diesel and also the entry point for the online shop. Hovering on the people reveals interactive elements. Clicking on those opens a preview of the respective item. Created by Anomaly and Stink Digital
  66. Put it in the right place http://www.designbynotion.com/metamirror-next-generation-tv/ Future vision by Notion Design Interactive experience on a device that suits best the customer’s current situation.
  67. Extend your offline store http://www.flickr.com/photos/macinate/2016365041/ Create an online presence of an offline store. This can be achieved by creating a white label solution that is later branded by the local retailer. The solution can be used online or as self service kiosk in store. In contrast to pure online shops provide additional information, e.g. on your special focus. Your online recommendations and reviews will be experienced as coming from a renowned and trusted expert your clientele knows from real life. Furthermore provide local activities to tie the customer to your store (e.g. readings). Make him return not only because of the content he can purchase - he could do that also at Amazon.
  68. Your online team http://www.flickr.com/photos/bike/3983843569/ This could be your online team. It’s important for your staff to know both worlds. Use your staff as a direct feedback channel to your online self service system.
  69. IN STORE EXPERIENCE
  70. Intelligent signage © 2010 SapientNitro and Designaffairs A short user journey A customer walks by the store front and discovers an interactive ‘window’ with product information on featured products – 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.
  71. Interactive mirror © 2010 SapientNitro and Designaffairs A short user journey (continued) She finds a jacket and has a look at herself in a mirror. She swipes the badge of the jacket on the mirror and gets information on the item and on related articles. She tries on one of the suggested trousers. Unfortunately it is too big but the correct size is available in the online store. She adds the trousers to her virtual shopping basket.
  72. Mood box © 2010 SapientNitro and Designaffairs A short user journey (continued) In the changing room she is provided with different ambiences. She finds herself immediately transferred into her next hiking trip in the mountains.
  73. CONTEXT IS KING
  74. Augment your information http://www.taschenkaufhaus.de/ Which items fit in this bag? taschenkaufhaus.de not only shows the measurements of the bag but also views from different angles and the bag in context with a person’s silhouette, so the customer can understand the size relations.
  75. Provide contextual tools Ionos: Mobile app for iPhone and Blackberry Ionos’ Mobile app for iPhone and Blackberry focuses on the special context of a person at an airport. The user can retrieve information that is relevant in this situation, such as flight status and real-time change alerts, parking lot availability, gate information and maps, security waiting times and concessionaire listings (including user ratings). The user can also retrieve information on ground transportation options, baggage claim locations and local weather conditions, which become relevant after arriving at the destination.
  76. TRACK CONVERSION
  77. Web analytics http://www.flickr.com/photos/arcadiaphotographicuk/4883308302/ Vouchers available online bring your customers into the store and allow you to track online-to-offline conversion: A unique QR code on the detail page of a certain product can be saved as a bookmark. Revealed in store the customer gets a free cup of coffee with some cookies in return – and you know what website the customer visited at home that made him come here.
  78. Smart targeting http://www.flickr.com/photos/davepearson/537557306/ Smart Targeting by SDL Tridion matches search terms used by visitors to display relevant results. Thus you know where your visitors come from – be it Google, Facebook, Twitter, your search marketing campaigns or affiliate websites – and enables you to create an intelligent and dynamic CMS.
  79. Wrap up
  80. Wrap up Know your system and processes Know your customers and their current situation Focus on the why and create relevance for the customer Align your information and offerings Connect the channels and track the paths Create a connected customer brand experience Know their needs in each phase of the purchase process
  81. Sources and recommendations <ul><li>Books </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Underhill, P. (2008). Why we buy: The science of shopping. Simon & Schuster. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Schwartz, B. (2005). The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less. Harper Perennial. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Reports and studies </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Fehrenbach, C. & Rösgen, A. (2010). How the customer really buys. Sapient internal online survey on consumer behavior (internal resource). </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Camus, L., Freeman Evans, P., Klevchuk, O. & McGowan, B. (2009). Depicting European shoppers' complex purchasing decision path. Forrester. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Freeman Evans, P., Camus, L. & McGowan, B. (2010). Trends 2010: European retail eBusiness and channel strategy. Forrester. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Online resources </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Consumer Commerce Barometer: consumerbarometer.eu </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Sinek, S. (2010). The Golden Circle TED presentation: http://www.startwithwhy.com/#video1 </li></ul></ul>
  82. Carmen Fehrenbach Information Architect Psychologist Focus on Media Psychology Axel Rösgen Sr. Information Architect Industrial Designer Focus on Computational Design
  83. THANK YOU! www.sapientnitro.com Twitter: @sapientnitro facebook.com/sapientnitro [email_address] [email_address]
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This slide deck presents the results of a Sapient internal study on consumer behavior during the purchase path and underlying information needs. Moreover, tools and ideas on how to enable connected consumer-brand experiences over multiple channels are explained.

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