When Marketing meets HCI : multi-channel customer relationships and multi-modality in the personalization perspective

Alain Derycke 1 José Rouillard 1 Vincent Chevrin 1 Yves Bayart
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CIREL - Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche en Education de Lille (CIREL) - EA 4354 : EA1038
Abstract : This paper presents a first investigation on new forms of interaction not yet approached broadly by the HCI community. It's the study of the convergence and divergence between the personalizations of interaction seen under two complementary angles: direct marketing, with its multi-channel customer relationships, on the one hand, and HCI view on the other hand. Our aim is to understand this, both theoretically and experimentally in order to design new interactive system for E-Commerce that exhibit a better relationships, such as continuity, between the organisation and the customers. This is achieved by developing a theoretical framework for the analysis and design of such systems and by designing and experimenting a first prototype exploring the potential of integrating voice and Web interactions.
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Alain Derycke, José Rouillard, Vincent Chevrin, Yves Bayart. When Marketing meets HCI : multi-channel customer relationships and multi-modality in the personalization perspective. HCI International 2003 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 2003, Heraklion, Greece. pp.626-630. ⟨hal-02442165⟩

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