So smart automakers are making pit-stops more fun – and more lucrative – by offering additional products and services that fit the driver’s needs, such as customized vehicle insurance for an upcoming vacation. They do this by analyzing a mass of data on individual driving style, preferences, and the current state of the vehicle to assemble a detailed profile that will suggest cross‑sales. These can potentially add 10 percent to service revenues – and make the customer feel they have gotten more from their visit than just a hefty invoice for damage repair.
Customer experience cycle
Customers are accompanied at all stages of the life cycle with continuous, recurring interaction
Source: Oliver Wyman