Anand Siva, Founder of Customer shastra
Agency will also manage the customer experience endeavors
MUMBAI: Customer Shastra, a startup founded by former WPP Customer Engagement head Anand Shiva, has won the mandate to manage ORM and customer experience endeavors for ITC Foods. The duties outlined focus around ITC Foods’ corporate philosophy of being customer-centric thereby listening to customers and enhancing their understanding of customers.
Customer Shastra will set up a 25-member dedicated team to listen to customer conversations online and address their expectations across digital platforms. The starting point will be to elevate the key metrics of speed & quality of resolutions towards customer concerns that will redefine industry benchmarks.
Anand Siva, the founder of Customer Shastra, said,
“ITC Foods has always been a very forward-thinking & innovating company, reimagining and redefining in every sphere – and that’s what excites us at Customer Shastra. It’s inspiring to work with a company that puts customers first and is obsessive about addressing their needs, and that’s what we will deliver.”
Siva further added that “The Indian customer has never been so spoilt for choice as today – opening up a plethora of choices in every category. And to stay on their shopping list, it is important to have an ear to the ground, get customer feedback and make it work across the enterprise – and that’s what makes ITC Foods a delightful partnership. Their willingness to experiment, innovate and customer-first philosophy makes all the difference.”
Anand comes with a rich background in customer engagement processes. As business head of business at Hansa Cequity, he had set up the Mahindra Relationship Centre for Mahindra Auto that went on to become a game-changer for Cequity. During his stint with WPP, he set up and managed an omnichannel engagement team for Nestle, during the peak of the Maggi crisis and helped the brand bounce back from one of the biggest brand crises the country had ever seen. Anand has authored several expert opinion pieces on the subject of brand crisis communication.
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