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DB Kay & Associates provides Knowledge-Centered Service (KCS) consulting and KCS training for technical support, customer service, IT, and HR teams. We guide you as you launch, improve, or re-energize your KM and self-service programs. At DB Kay & Associates, we give you the knowledge and confidence you need to do KCS right.
DB Kay & Associates is the leading provider of training and consulting for Knowledge-Centered Service (KCS®) best practices for knowledge management, as well as customer experience practices including customer journey mapping, voice of the customer, and self-service experience design. DB Kay staff are KCS v6 Trainer and KCS v6 Practices certified by the KCS Academy. DB Kay’s Principal, David Kay, has been recognized as an Innovator by the Consortium for Service Innovation, is co-author of Collective Wisdom: Transforming Support with Knowledge, and holds five patents in knowledge management technology. READ MORE...
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