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Why and How to Create Mobile-First Customer Experiences?

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Even Google ranks mobile-friendly websites over the not-so-mobile-friendly websites; and for good reason. With the proliferation of smartphones, customers are increasingly relying on their mobile devices to carry-out their everyday tasks – right from ordering groceries to buying a house. And it’s not just individuals, enterprises too have a renewed focus on mobile, to enable their workforce to access their work-stuff, anytime, anywhere. But being mobile-first means more than just having a mobile app for your brand or having a responsive website; brands need to create experiences for their customers, on mobile. How does one go about creating ‘Mobile-First Customer Experiences‘? Here’s a look:

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