Today, the Chief Marketing Officer’s (CMO) role has never been more expansive, prominent, or central to a company’s success. Since its inception, the Chief Marketing Officer’s scope has expanded dramatically. While in the 1950s, the CMO’s influence was limited to “creating TV and print advertising to sell products to consumers,” today’s CMOs are responsible for the company’s overall growth. According to the Harvard Business Review, “CMOs [today] are expected to creatively apply insights to business challenges, validate decisions with data, create seamless customer experiences across media and revenue channels, and lead efforts to put the customer at the center throughout the organization.” On any given day, a typical CMO may report directly to the CEO on the results of the latest advertisement campaign, suggest a new pricing model to the product team, spearhead a social media campaign, and oversee a company’s public relations strategy. As the Chief Marketing Officer’s roles and responsibilities have grown exponentially, the metrics used to measure their success have also changed. For instance, in digital businesses, the modern CMO is measured not by the number of new eyes they get on a landing page but by how many customers they succeed in onboarding. To meet the moment and lead the way, many CMOs are turning to the latest in phone-centric technology to accelerate onboarding and drive sales.
Today, the typical CMO has more responsibilities and influence than ever before. In her article “The five roles of the CMO: The multiple roles of the 21st-century chief marketing officer,” Jennifer Veenstra of Deloitte describes the many hats a modern CMO wears: “If CMO roles as we’ve defined them have required proficiency not only in marketing but across multiple business functions, the job has expanded even further in complexity to include sustainable growth, highly personalized customer experiences, and advanced marketing innovation.” In the digital age, reinventing a customer’s onboarding experience is often the most powerful way to promote a company’s sustainable growth, provide every customer with a personalized experience, and embrace the latest marketing innovations. To improve the consumer onboarding experience, it’s critical that CMOs implement new techniques to decrease customer abandonment while preventing fraud.
Although critical to increasing sales and improving customer experience, leveling up the onboarding flow can be daunting for even the most seasoned CMO because it requires finding a balance between competing interests. A great onboarding flow must first and foremost capture the customer data necessary to conduct business while also requiring as little customer time and attention as possible to cut down on customer drop-offs. Last but not least, an effective onboarding flow must also prevent fraudsters from creating synthetic accounts or conducting account takeovers. CMOs eager to strike this elusive balance should keep an eye out for three major trends:
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