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Customer Experience Index 2010: PC Manufacturers

Apple Once Again Tops The List Of PC Manufacturers, But Declines From 2008

February 17, 2010

Authors

  • By Bruce D. Temkin
  • with William Chu,
  • Shelby Catino

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 six PC manufacturers on the list. For the second year in a row, Apple took the top spot, and Dell came out on the bottom. But that's not the whole story. Apple actually declined the most since 2008, while Hewlett-Packard and Dell made solid gains. Since a modest improvement in customer experience can generate hundreds of millions of dollars in incremental revenue, PC manufacturers should accelerate their journey to Experience-Based Differentiation (EBD) in 2010.

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  • Range Of Company CxPi Results Within 14 Industries
  • CxPi Results By Industry, 2007 To 2010
  • Customer Experience Index For PC Manufacturers
  • Components Of CxPi Results For PC Manufacturers
  • Changes In CxPi Results Between 2008 And 2010
  • Changes In Components Of CxPi Between 2008 And 2010