Experience as an academic object and managerial realities
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Experience as an academic object and managerial realities

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Over the last forty years, the field of customer experience has been the focus
of considerable research, highly diverse perspectives, and numerous managerial
applications. Hybrid contexts combining both brick-and-mortar and digital
experiential contexts explain this to some degree, so gaining a better
understanding of what consumers experience during their customer journeys, as
well as what firms and brands can or must manage, has become indispensable.
Customer experience is not only a key to understanding the individual journeys
of individuals (customers, employees, and citizens in general), but also
embodies a type of offer that companies, brands, and organisations seek to

Whether it concerns connected objects that metamorphose everyday uses,
experiences on platforms that have revolutionised customer journeys, new
experience designs in brick-and mortar contexts, employee experience as a key
success factor in customer experiences, or the issue of experience indicators
and measurement, each academic focal point is more fascinating than the last.

The starting point for the book was the Chair’s conference cycle (2019-2020),
the 2021 workshop, and, more broadly, its research programme. Since 2017, the
Chair has conducted wide-ranging research on customer experience, exploring
topical and sensitive issues for firms that seek to put customer experience at
the heart of their strategy.

While all the authors in this book Damien Chaney, Marc Filser, Fuat Firat,
Tatiana Henriquez, Richard Huaman-Ramirez, Yacine Ouazzani, Claire Roederer,
Marion Roig, Françoise Simon, and Tony Valentini, work in the academic field
of customer experience and on the managerial realities linked to experience,
the positions they take vary, differing not just in the choice of perspective,
but also the methods used.

The book is designed to reflect the dynamic that characterises the field of
customer experience, and addresses company managers who design or manage
customer experiences. The different chapters will give them an overview of the
current issues involved in customer experience research. The book is also
useful for marketing teachers and their students, offering a useful resource
for marketing courses, as well as service marketing and customer behaviour.
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