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Customer Experience Index 2010: Credit Card Providers

American Express Tops The List, But The Industry Sees Major Declines

    Why Read This Report

    Forrester asked more than 4,600 US consumers about their interactions with a variety of companies, scoring those experiences in three areas: meets needs, easy to work with, and enjoyability. Based on these consumer responses, we calculated Forrester's third annual Customer Experience Index (CxPi) — ranking 133 firms in 14 different industries. In this document, we examined the 10 credit card providers on the list. Only one firm, American Express, crossed over the "good" mark in our index. Compared with the results of the 2008 CxPi, all of the firms declined, and most of the firms had double-digit drops in the meeting needs component of the index. Since a modest improvement in customer experience can generate hundreds of millions of dollars in incremental revenue, insurance companies should accelerate their journey to Experience-Based Differentiation (EBD) in 2010.
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      Range Of Company CxPi Results Within 14 Industries

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      CxPi Results By Industry, 2007 To 2010

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      Customer Experience Index For Credit Card Providers

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      Components Of CxPi Results For Credit Card Providers

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      Changes In CxPi Results Between 2008 And 2010

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      Changes In Components Of CxPi Between 2008 And 2010