Consline in the media

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Consline AG extends its Customer Insights Management System (CIMS) to all customer feedback channels: Customer experiences from social media, apps, complaint/warranty cases, market research studies and other sources are presented within one system in a condensed and comparable way. Thus, all content is ready for user-friendly qualitative and quantitative insights analyses.

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The German automotive magazine Automobilwoche describes how we at Consline use Artificial Intelligence to make our quality reports based on customer opinions online even more precise.

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The OEMs navigation systems are not well received by customers. Our study shows that 85 Percent of customers rate the navigation functions negatively. And a result that is particularly explosive for manufacturers: 84 Percent of Users prefer navigation functions of apps, such as Google or Waze.

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Informing yourself online before making the decision to buy a product has become more and more the norm in past years. No surprise, this development spreads into the health sector as well. The most sold products in German pharmacies are over the counter cold medications. For this reason, the Web- and Social Media Monitoring experts at Consline AG took a look at online discussion about 78 different cold medications between November 2013 and October 2014.

The results of their analysis were surprising as well as clear: Only one Percent of the posts are concerned with product prices. Instead the comments and suggestions focused on experiences with and effectiveness of products.

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A prerequisite for a successful product concept is the most complete understanding of what the customer currently moves and their wants and needs are. Customer Voice Monitoring (CVM) combines Open Innovation with Big Data. Doing so CVM allows carmakers or other producers of high-involvement goods to develop products based on direct customer feedback from real usage scenarios. The British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) prioritizes actual topics from his customer’s point of view and relies on customer voices from the internet for the development of the next generation of driver assistance systems. The worldwide monitoring of customer voices provides innovation potentials same as direct feedback on product and service quality.

Dr. Felix Pütz, Head of Business Development, Consline AG; Dr. Heinz van Deelen, CEO, Consline AG; Sergio Brito, Director Quality Assurance, Jaguar Land Rover (Authors)

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Car sales have nearly doubled in the last 20 years, while diversity of models and configurations have multiplied complexity for car manufacturers. Automotive OEMs try to fulfill customer expectations concerning Design, Equipment, Performance or Image as good as they can, but most of them are lacking a fast feedback if the new model really fits the market and customer needs. In order to gain valuable authentic feedback already in the critical phase of market launch, a Product Launch Monitoring is crucial …

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