Corrie Freudenstein is an accomplished Business Intelligence
and Marketing Executive with a proven track record in both small financial and large
global industrial businesses from $10 Million to $5 Billion. As a data-driven
decision maker, fueling business development activity with acquisition and
retention marketing programs, Corrie has led several organizations to recognize
double digit growth, while reducing costs and increasing shareholder value.
Corrie’s expertise lies in change management,
growth marketing, sales and marketing efficiency development, and data
integrity and utilization. She drives organizations to focus on operational
efficiencies and ROI-based decision-making processes. Through global
organizational leadership and corporate strategy in the areas of Marketing, IT,
and Sales, Corrie is recognized for her dynamic and agile approach to solving
complex business problems to achieve revenue growth. Corrie is invited to speak
globally at Atlas Copco events to educate and inform business leaders of the
importance of transitioning to a digital growth strategy.
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Corrie.
VOC has been a very important tool for B2C for a long time, and it’s now become just as important for B2B companies to become customer-centric. In fact, one can argue that there’s more reason for B2B companies to use VOC programs, since B2B customer relationships last longer and hold greater value. In this session we’ll take a deep dive into VOC programs and how they can help you better understand what your customers want and need.
• Gaining advocacy internally to push VOC programs forward
• Choosing the right metrics for your customer surveys in order to garner the feedback you need to make internal changes
• Identifying the best VOC technology to integrate into your business
•Gaining meaningful insights about your customers’ wants and needs in order to transform and retain their business
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