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Our mission is to help organizations deliver the experiences that turn their customers into fanatics, employees into ambassadors, brands into religions, and products into obsessions. We Live in an Experience Economy. Today, organizations thrive or fail based on the experiences they deliver. In a world of abundant choice, experiences differentiate brands and products, and foster customer and employee loyalty.
Great experiences drive customer loyalty, upsell and expansion, employee engagement, brand quality, improved retention and referral, and ultimately, greater shareholder value.
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Conversely, unfavorable experiences lead to increased churn, lower productivity, diminished competitiveness, and value destruction. With the advent of digital communication channels, favorable or unfavorable experiences can be shared instantly and spread virally, amplifying these impacts and raising the stakes for organizations of all types and sizes. In this environment, C-level executives are increasingly accountable for issues that transcend basic product and service quality and encompass all of the dimensions that surround those offerings.
This extends to thousands of often subtle factors that determine the quality of experiences their organizations deliver, including company culture, speed, convenience, attentiveness, design, and ease of use. We believe that customer, employee, brand, and product experience represent the four vital signs of organizational well-being and that executives are now measured on their performance across these domains.
Customer and employee expectations are high, setting up the potential for significant gaps between actual and anticipated experiences. Today, disruptive start-ups and other businesses flourish by identifying such gaps and designing experiences that attack these blind spots of incumbents.
While organizations have traditionally deployed consultants or other third parties to gather data about customer and employee satisfaction, the increasing centrality, complexity, and nuance of delivering great experiences has compelled C-level executives to seek the capability to understand and take ownership of these matters directly and in real time.
Given the immediate nature of experience, there is also a strong desire to allow individuals at every level in an organization to comprehend changes in experience quality and empower them to act decisively when it matters most. Go beyond an assessment of what is happening within organizations to an understanding of why trends are emerging in the moment. Address experience holistically, unifying information and insights from customers, employees, and partners and recognizing the operational linkages between the sentiment of these constituencies.
Become more predictive and proactive, closing feedback loops, and turning insight into real-time action to prevent and close experience gaps where they exist. Democratize and own analysis and decision making across the organization by delivering powerful capabilities in a simple, easy-to-use product. Founded in with the goal of solving the most complex problems encountered by the most advanced academic researchers, we were forged in an environment that required rigorous analytical methods, ease of use, the versatility to address the broadest range of inquiries, and the scalability to reach millions of touch points globally.
Our leading presence with academic institutions has introduced millions of students to Qualtrics and allowed them to become proficient in the use of our software. Led by these customers, we evolved beyond our traditional research product offering to develop our platform, which incorporates our core research capability and is also designed to specifically address customer, employee, brand, and product use cases. Customers, Employees, Brand, and Product. The key elements of our platform include: Research Core — A collection of powerful, flexible research tools to build and distribute data collection systems, aggregate and analyze data, build reports, and draw insight from data.
Research Core is designed specifically to instrument, gather, and index human factor data in any format through any channel.
Users can synthesize and identify trends within minutes and immediately dig deeper into any data point to extract additional insight. Customer Experience CX — Enables a deep understanding of customer sentiment throughout every customer journey allowing organizations to monitor, measure, and take action where there may be any experience gaps, with a focus on identifying specific challenges and designing solutions to remediate issues and improve satisfaction in the moment.
Employee Experience EX — Allows managers and employees to identify gaps in the employee experience from recruiting and on-boarding to performance management in order to improve employee engagement, raise productivity, and limit attrition from start to finish at every touchpoint. Brand Experience BX — Identifies key drivers of brand perception, including psychographic information, marketing effectiveness, and competitive positioning. Product Experience PX — Facilitates the aggregation and analysis of critical feedback to identify and isolate the features and experiences that drive product differentiation and quality and permit more informed pricing and packaging decisions across all products.
Our platform delivers insight to customers in the form of rich visualizations that unify diverse data streams, demonstrate trends, and identify important deviations that signal the need for action.
From our academic roots, we built a strong, low-touch sales model that allowed us to target users in any size organization.
By integrating Research Core and emerging use cases into our platform, we began to penetrate larger businesses and developed more outbound sales capability to drive a land and expand sales motion. More recently, we have developed a strong direct sales capability to address larger customers. Throughout this evolution, we have sought to broaden our reach, delight our growing base of customers, and operate efficiently and profitably.
We believe that we have built a scalable and sustainable business model. As we built Qualtrics, we relied primarily on capital generated by the business. The primary capital we raised remains on our balance sheet, demonstrating the cash flow efficiency of our business.
We have been free cash flow positive in every year since our inception, while driving rapid adoption of our solution among organizations of all sizes around the world. Industry Trends in Our Favor. Experiences Drive Differentiation and Competitive Advantage. Today, the value of any organization is dictated by the experiences of its customers, employees, and other constituencies. We now live in a world where those experiences can be shared and amplified globally and instantaneously through digital channels, and brand perception and reputation can shift quickly and profoundly.
Quality of experience has significant impact on organizations of all types and sizes and can be defined by a broad range of factors. Organizations that detect these factors and thoughtfully shape interactions with customers and employees create differentiated experiences and sustained competitive advantage.
Experience Gaps Create Challenges for Organizations. Experience is all-important in winning and retaining customers and employees; however, actual experiences often fall short of expectations.
While these systems are useful for reporting what is happening as of a certain date, they are not designed to explain why something is happening. Insight from Direct Feedback Drives Value. Direct commerce models have allowed businesses to create multiple touch points with customers and garner data that allows them to rapidly evolve and improve their offerings and operations. Companies without this direct customer connectivity, including those that operate via indirect channels, find themselves at an increasing disadvantage, often resulting in the inability to gather direct customer experience data and reducing the ability to assess customer sentiment and needs.
The success of organizations today depends on the quality of the experiences that they deliver to constituents across four critical areas: Organizations must be able to manage all four of these experiences individually and understand the impact that these interconnected experiences have upon each other.
Organizations able to manage these experiences in an integrated manner create a competitive advantage that drives increased organizational success and shareholder value.
Experience management capabilities need to be available to everyone throughout an organization, from C-level executives who are accountable for results down to those instrukcna the front lines best positioned to respond to feedback.