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Business Experience Transformation; An Approach Rather Than An Idea

Introduction to Business Experience

To gain greater benefits, organizations utilize Customer Experience (CX) to track client touchpoints and serve them accordingly.

Without a question, CX has benefited businesses, but it still faces significant obstacles, such as continuously shifting customer expectations.

Many businesses fear they are unable to meet their customers’ conscious demands.

CX is only effective at touchpoints.

Customers, on the other hand, carry with them a purpose, problem, need, or query, as well as expectations for how fast or easily that objective would be accomplished while dealing with the business.

As a result, the assumption that touchpoints are where experiences begin and end must be abandoned.

There is now a need to look beyond CX. Customers want more than just products and services; they want greater innovation and engaging experiences that provide quick results.

Emphasizing experience becomes necessary for businesses to expand, gain new consumers, become market leaders, and boost margins.

Providing optimized prizes to customers is insufficient to influence their purchasing decisions. The experience provided will be adaptive and fit with the needs of the customer.

The necessity to accelerate digital transition initiatives to satisfy customer expectations was the one common difficulty that every organization faced in 2021. Most firms were and continue to be focused on the “technology” initiatives required to support remote workforces and re-engineering how to deliver products and services through new electronic channels.

However, other firms saw the importance of not only addressing technical difficulties, but also reimagining how they would engage with and meet customer expectations in the “new” normal.

Companies that are continuing to grow and achieve strategic goals have recognised that success requires more than new investments in technological enhancements, but also new ways to continuously deliver value and meet changing customer expectations through new meaningful and personalized experiences.

Kilowott, the leading Business Experience (BX) enabler, works with businesses to identify their digital transformation strategy and design and prioritize an executable plan to accomplish desired goals.

One significant goal of these engagements is to focus on solving for customer needs around a mission rather than merely maximizing current consumer touchpoints around products and services.

This necessitates a shift in the organization’s thinking.

According to a recent study, organizations that provide extraordinary experiences grow their profits at a rate six times faster than their industry peers.

What is Business Experience?

BX is a combination of purpose and experience. The consumer focus is already present, but the experience has been improved. A great experience is defined not by what companies offer, but by how well they help their customers achieve their goals.

Modern organizations understand their customers, employees, stakeholders, and society in order to develop solutions rather than internal perspectives that increase the margins of their products and services, directing them to exponential growth and perceived competitive advantages through a critical examination of your customer’s experience.

What are some Business Experience challenges?

In today’s digitally connected world, business experience is critical.

However, most businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to arrange their entire operation around reliably delivering the exceptional digital experiences their consumers expect, owing in large part to three fundamental difficulties confronting CX as we know it:

Numerous businesses are still isolated and not cross-functionally linked, slowing their response to changing market conditions and customer expectations.

Customers today demand the same level of personalisation and interactivity when they connect with your business as they do with large consumer brands.

Over the last decade, consistent investments and incremental improvements in customer touchpoints and experiences have resulted in desired outcomes – more customers, sales, and loyalty – but these investments have become table stakes.

Customers have grown to anticipate easy, user-friendly, and intuitive digital experiences, making delivering game-changing market distinguishing experiences more difficult than ever.

Customers are associating with companies that make them feel part of something bigger and engaging with others around common causes or ideas more than ever in today’s social and political context.

When a corporation disappoints them with its words or actions on a social problem, today’s younger generation will switch brands.

A crucial component of a BX strategy is the recognition that a brand’s vision and purpose may play a critical influence in its growth.

Examples of how companies have become BX leaders:

Venmo is more than a mobile payment app. It provides a universal means for customers to borrow and lend money to friends and family without the inconvenience of cash – the business of frictionless payments.

Zocdoc is more than just an online appointment scheduling service. They made it easier for patients to connect with doctors by removing the barriers that hinder them from taking control of their health – the patient empowerment business.

Customer success and happiness are heavily influenced by organizational structure and iteration pace.

Several organizations appear to be out of sync, such as those that are overly stiff or move too slowly in comparison to client changes.

Previously, brands competed in their own field, but now corporations strive to fulfill company-set criteria from various domains.

If it does not match such requirements, it will fail since customers’ expectations will become fluid across different products and services.

Principles for creating a successful Business Experience


CX includes attentive retail employees in visually appealing storefronts, easy and beautiful apps and websites, helpful support agents, AI chatbots, and intelligent social media messaging. CX has positive results, but because many of its fundamentals are conventional, its value argument is unclear.

Something additional and one-of-a-kind is required. BX enables us to delve deeper and dissect long-term growth.

Flight to purpose 

Organizations are under pressure to stand for something bigger than their products. Demand for the purpose has been increasing for some years, but has recently quickened. According to the survey, purpose is at least as important to them as CX.

Brands are also required to convey principles like sustainability and devotion to both purpose and values through the experiences of their customers.

The process of developing goods that deliver meaningful and relevant experiences to users, as well as improving user satisfaction/experience with a product by improving usability and enjoyment provided through product engagement.

Why do we need Business Experience?

Meeting unmet consumer needs is also important for expanding the organization’s borders.

Picking data from the signal to know and comprehend what customers say and how it behaves can aid in a thorough understanding of customers.

Customers’ rapid and continuous learning yields actionable results and invites customers to participate in molding the future. It is vital that it be applied across all business functions.

True knowledge A culture of innovation bridges the gap between the promise and the experience delivered to the client.

It happens at all levels. It could be accomplished by solving challenges in novel ways that necessitate reconsidering the beginning point of innovation as it relates to their demands.

Customers expect only half of leading firms (around 53 percent) and 31 percent of their peers to consistently innovate with more relevant products, services, and experiences that adapt to their demands and create new standards. It means that leaders are more positioned to capitalize on the potential to innovate at scale.

Several firms are looking for ways to strengthen existing touchpoints without first harmonizing their consumer requirements.

First, organizational aim must be aligned with what the customer ultimately experiences.

Then, with experience innovation, test frequently by sketching and prototyping with increasing fidelity.

To achieve internal alignment, work in parallel. Colleagues and users have an experience that should be supported by an internal culture approach that values risk, originality, and speed.

Process of business experience innovation contains three layers:

Feature innovation, which is the process of incrementally increasing the human experience with an existing product. It makes use of existing features and updates existing products.

When a set of features develops a new service or product, this is referred to as service innovation.

What are the benefits of Business Experience?

Business innovation occurs when a service significantly alters the human experience.

Then, integrating experiential innovation throughout an organization might modify or build an entirely new ecosystem.

Increased computing power and lower storage device prices drive a digital transition to apply AI in Customer Experience to solve business problems.

Everyone, not just one person, is responsible for gaining experience. Everything must be integrated and function as a unified customer-focused entity.

For example, in order for customers to buy clothes, there must be an unforgettable experience at every stage of the customer journey. This type of agility is being adopted by BX practitioners.

Those who establish a customer success team are off to a great start. They have made customer success an enterprise-wide culture rather than a post-sale activity.

Nonetheless, most firms organize functions across a business unit independently, with distinct leadership, touchpoints, budgets, data pools, and so on. This method is inefficient and wasteful. It overlooks possibilities to interact with customers.

Make the customer experience a priority in all aspects of the organization.

To get close to the customer, push decision-making based on experience. Every employee must feel a feeling of ownership and understand the importance of their roles. synchronize the technological, data, and human agendas

Becoming a BX practitioner entails investing differently rather than more. Leaders reroute data, technology, and people to enable agility, allowing them to continuously unlock efficiencies that can be reinvested in new growth possibilities.

It improves consumer experiences and delivers them exactly what they want without sacrificing profitability and sustainability.

There has always been a conflict between pleasing the consumer and making a profit.

Companies are confronted with hurdles, since the cost of serving and meeting new demands has risen considerably.

As the user experience evolves, so does the requirement for agile systems. Customer-centricity is only possible with more integrated technology, tools, data, and procedures.

With a redesigned operational model and a continuous approach to experience, efficiency, and performance, you can use the cloud for agility, data for relevance, and the business of experience to create long-term value for your consumers.

The effort can begin by constructing more agile IT infrastructure in the cloud. If we consider it as a stack, the cloud should be at the bottom. It will save money while connecting data and people in faster and more imaginative ways.

Reinvest in data and use AI to improve performance. It provides pattern detection from cloud data and aids in the understanding of trends and things. Use data learning to reimagine cloud infrastructure and get further efficiencies. The relevance and agility offered by technology power the data and cloud affect experience.

BX allows organizations to become customer-obsessed and reignite growth.

Benefits of BX for Decision Makers

CX – Profit should be maximized.
BX – Profit from your purpose and your experience.
To create corporate success, prioritizing purpose and innovation by providing complete experiences.

Benefits of BX for Marketing & Branding

CX – People are searching for things.
BX – Making something that people want.
Using experiences to shape brand evolution and connect customers with what they want.

Benefits of BX for Sales

CX – Concentrate on the product that you wish to sell.
BX – Concentrate on a product that the buyer desires.
Ensuring that times in a consumer’s life are defined by experiences that matter.

Benefits of BX for Product Development 

CX – Make your products simple to utilize.
BX – Create goods that are always adapting to how customers use them.
To identify user-driven possibilities, focusing on insight/design research mixed with big data.

Benefits of BX for Talent Acquisition

CX – The conventional way of measuring employee performance within a function (onboarding, annual reviews, etc.).

BX – Inspire and promote behaviors that result in improved organizational outcomes.
Making it possible for staff to feel responsibility towards client results.

Benefits of BX for Tech & Data

CX – Increase the scalability of corporate processes.
BX – Maintain a high level of customer centricity.
To generate efficiencies that can be re-invested in order to foster continual performance and innovation.

Benefits of BX for Supply Chain

CX – Getting things to customers.
BX – Making it simple for customers to obtain things when and when they need them.
Providing visibility into the progress of sourcing and orders, and thereby innovating the last-mile experience to surpass expectations.                

Why the shift to Business Experience (BX)?

When asked how they aim to improve customer experiences (CX), most firms think in terms of new front-end technology (e.g., website, mobile app), channel optimization (e.g. social networks, e-commerce), and upgrading their CRM along with marketing, sales, and services operations.

Organizations who believe they are in the experience business think differently; they recognise the need to go beyond the standard pillars of CX and place an innate focus on continually delivering the exceptional digital experiences that their consumers expect.

To accomplish this, the entire business must be re-aligned around the delivery of extraordinary experiences.

These encounters must adapt to changing customer expectations and demands in order to achieve desired results – this is the Business of Experience (BX).

Changing one’s mentality from CX to BX entails looking beyond traditional techniques of improving customer experiences to a more holistic view that includes business and operational models, products and services, employee experiences, delivery models, purpose and value, and innovation.


Kilowott’s solutions serve to a wide range of industries, with a focus on meeting ever-changing marketing requirements.
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BX goes beyond touchpoints to give a more engaging and inventive experience to customers than CX does by meeting their conscious demands.

Rather than just touchpoints, it considers and improves the customer experience. As a result, it shapes brand evolution through experiences that link customers to what they desire in order to increase revenue.

Do you want to transform your firm into an amazing business experience provider?

Achieving and maintaining leadership in business experience necessitates an organization-wide approach centered on customer and employee experience, data, analytics, operations, and technology.

Kilowott has the talent, knowledge, and expertise to help you along a transformational road to becoming an extraordinary business experience company, regardless of what’s holding your company back. 

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Jonas Bocarro
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