Tag Archives: InfoTrends

Webinar: What’s Next in Customer Communications?

How will your customers want to communicate in 2020? What can you do to improve your print communications? How can you incentivize customers to go paperless? Find out at our webinar on Wednesday, April 5 at 10am PT/1pm ET with Matt Swain from Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends and Rob Krugman from Broadridge as we reveal […]

Build Customer Loyalty in Unexpected Ways

“If you look at the evolution of communication channel strategies, we’ve gone from single channel to multichannel; multichannel is the reality for many companies today, with various channels acting independently,” shared Matt Swain, Director at InfoTrends, at our recent webinar “The Results are In! Transactional Communications Market Survey 2015.” “From there, cross-channel is the aspiration; customers […]

Digital Delivery Channel Preferences Revealed

Congratulations!  You reached your eAdoption goal. You launched your mobile app.  Your digital platform is supporting your customers and your business needs.  You can sit back and relax. Wrong. At our recent webinar “The Results are In! Transactional Communications Market Survey 2015” with Matt Swain, Director at InfoTrends, and Jeff Musgrove, Senior Vice President of Product […]

Paperless Expectations Continue to Soar

Most customers are suppressing their printed bills and statements in favor of digital.  True or false? If you answered true, you are incorrect – and you aren’t alone. At our recent webinar “The Results are In! Transactional Communications Market Survey 2015”  with Matt Swain, Director at InfoTrends, and Jeff Musgrove, Senior Vice President of Product […]

Your Customers Just Can’t Resist

From managing preferences to supporting various channels, companies face many challenges engaging their customers and creating positive customer experiences. To help companies navigate the complex landscape of customer communications, InfoTrends conducts an annual Transactional Communications Market Survey.  In 2015, data was gathered from 250 businesses and 2,000 consumers, spanning 163 questions and covering many facets […]