Why You Should Attend!

Customers are becoming more demanding than ever. As maturing technology innovates the business world, customers are feeling empowered with higher expectations of their business to consumer experience. In order for businesses to ensure top customer satisfaction, technology must come into play more than ever before as it is a critical to overall success. 

Join Argyle Executive Form in partnership with Highmetric and ServiceNow to take a look at ‘what good looks like’ to our customers, and the role of technology in customer service management. 

Come check your digital footprint as we discuss key topics such as: 
• Business drivers for overhauling the customer service experience 
• How technology has helped businesses to achieve proven commercial success 
• How integrated and consolidated CRMs can better the business to client relationship 
• Customer Experience in-real-time

Register to Attend

  • 1 :00pm - 1 :05pm Argyle Executive Forum Opening Remarks
  • 1 :05pm - 2 :00pm Panel Discussion
  • 2:00pm - 2 :10pm Audience Q&A
  • 2:10pm - 2 :15pm Argyle Executive Forum Closing Remarks

Participation Requirements

This event convenes Customer Experience Officers and direct reports.  Participation is reserved for CX Leaders that meet the following criteria:

  • Leaders at the Manager Level and above from organizations with over $100MM in annual revenue.

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  • "Their forums are intense, high-impact one day meetings of executive peers."

    A VP of Customer Support at Coinstar on the learning atmosphere at Argyle Customer Care Forums.  

  • "The forums are well managed, topical and pack as much learning and interaction into the time as possible."

    An SVP of Customer Service Programs at American General Life on attending Argyle Customer Care Forums.

  • "I always come away with actionable items that I can quickly adapt and implement into my business."

    A VP of Customer Experience Strategy at Frontier Communications on value derived from Argyle Customer Care Forums.

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