It’s not about the question of whether intelligent machines are entering our everyday lives and our daily lives. This is done long ago. We’re talking about what role we want to give them in our daily lives.
In the age of customer success management, customer experience and subjective value perception will become central elements in the corporate data world. For many processes, especially for the orchestration of product and services, these elements will become a reference. This also makes data from feedback at customer touchpoints a reference point for an IT architecture that stores data in a functional way, supporting the development of customer success, stickiness and cross selling. This reference also eliminates the huge data overhead that large amounts of data create because very few non-behavioral data contribute to service orchestration.
High Fidelity – called HiFi – is kind of synonymous with ‘unbiased transmission’, meaning the result of each and every process is a clean product . Translated into the quality of music, using feedback equates to the difference between AM and FM in the good old radio world. AM transmits lots of noise of different origin, together with the sound signal. In FM, noise has successfully and completely been eliminated. What is responsible for this big jump in quality? It is the introduction of feedback as a corrective signal.
For many digital products and services, network-based applications are a platform that unites users and their suppliers. The omnipresence of a network infrastructure will be a prerequisite for social and business integration in digital times, with the network itself playing a central role in providing services. Transit data between applications can be an important contextual aspect – only the network can provide that kind of information. Ultimately, I prefer to treat all digitized businesses as a network-based business because the network architecture is actually laying down the ground rules.