Governments can catch up to the private sector by modernizing their online services, web presence and communications strategies.
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How can you minimize your customers’ misery and make the government website experience more delightful? Read on for some tips.
How do we balance the needs of the constituent user with the internal user?
Users who access government services expect the same response and capabilities they have with commercial applications they use regularly on their personal devices. Providing this same experience to the people an agency serves creates a positive brand and shows users they are valued.
Government knows they have a long way to go in making up the gap of satisfaction in the citizen experience. But by adapting an empathetic mindset when it comes to conducting and measuring citizen interactions, they can get themselves on the right path.
At a recent roundtable with Genesys and GovLoop, we heard from several experts in the field of automation and artificial intelligence. These leaders, as well as many public servants in the room, shared their experiences with AI and chatbots.
Citizens today increasingly expect from government the same seamless, interactive services and user-centric experiences they receive from the private sector. As a result, government agencies must provide digital experiences that are compelling, personalized and secure at every touchpoint.
Across industry and government agencies, social media has transformed from a ‘nice to have’ to an essential component of information delivery, communications and service strategies. By developing a centrally managed social media strategy that empowers personnel across the agency to interact with citizens as they need to, agencies can enhance the citizen experience and create… Read more »
For government, the task of effectively communicating with customers can feel overwhelming. But with the right approach, agencies can tackle all of these objectives while also effectively engaging users.
Citizen experience presents a significant change to agencies, requiring the response of building service cultures that provide high-quality experiences. Perhaps this water metaphor can provide a new way of thinking about how we need to respond.