ArvatoTalks explores the key trends and issues transforming industries across the UK through the eyes of the experts. In each report, we share exclusive insight from sector leaders, helping you understand new and disruptive landscapes, and equipping you with the knowledge you need to deliver more for your customers.

The countdown to 2030: Preparing the industry for the electric vehicle take over

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As the UK automotive industry faces a once in a generation transformation, we ask four of its leading experts what the journey to 2030 and the transition to electric vehicles currently looks like. Alongside award-winning journalist Quentin Willson, hear from leaders at LKQ Euro Car Parts, The AA and Lloyds Banking Group. 

Read how the challenges facing automotive are evolving

Learn how customer experience is changing

Discover the opportunities arising from the connected car and disruptive ownership models

Understand the role you can play in supporting customers through rapid change

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Forum highlights: Transforming the customer experience in automotive
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Combine data and knowledge to future proof your customer experience in the EV era
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The end of the MOT: What will this mean for automotive customer service?
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White paper: How automotive brands can create a 360-degree view of the customer
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Transform your contact centre to meet the challenges of the electric vehicle era
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Three ways automation can support bespoke EV customer service plans

CX decoded: How the UK’s top multichannel retailers are investing to win consumer spend

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As the UK stares into the jaws of the deepest recession on record, we’ve partnered with Retail Week to speak to directors from multichannel retail brands QVC, Hotel Chocolat, Waterstones, Kingfisher and Seasalt to tackle the big questions about the future of customer service. What does the new consumer look like? How are retailers driving them to spend? And what part does CX play in winning loyalty?

Discover which technologies to invest in to futureproof digital operations 

Read who the top 30 multichannel retailers are

Learn what the future of in-store shopping is going to look like

Understand what your customer experience roadmap needs to look like

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Turning heads with premium customer experiences for a global fast fashion brand

Driving public sector transformation through technology, experience and people

Against the backdrop of economic uncertainty and budget cuts, delivering on the promise of high quality public services has never been more challenging. As a result, many organisations are looking to streamline their back office to improve efficiency and find significant cost savings. Our experts discuss the key role that shared services and new technology have on delivering genuine business transformation.

Learn the five key steps organisations embarking on a shared services journey should consider

Discover what benefits a true shared services model can deliver

Discover how to pick the right technology to underpin the services, enabling employees to focus on more complex tasks

Read a case study on our partnership with the Department for Transport (DfT)

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A sum greater than its parts: Delivering shared services for the Department For Transport

The public sector is harnessing new technologies to deliver meaningful change
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Learn how automation can deliver real transformation across your back-office

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Transform your contact centre to meet the efficiency challenge

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