Keenan Samuelson focuses on strategies to enhance the utility customer experience. He spends the majority of his time researching how to optimize digital customer journeys and improve the billing and payment experience. Prior to joining E Source, Keenan collected and analyzed customer feedback for Colorado Springs Utilities, where he also led project teams in developing customer self-service solutions. He holds a BS in marketing with a minor in sustainable development from the University of Colorado.

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Developing Your Future-Forward Customer Contact Channel Strategy

Keenan Samuelson; Jeffrey Daigle
March 21, 2019

Contact channels that weren't common a few years ago (such as chat) are now mainstream and necessary to deliver a positive customer experience. With so many new opportunities for connecting with customers, you need a clearly articulated strategy to prioritize your customer contact dollars.

Should Your Utility Have a Mobile App?

Keenan Samuelson
February 21, 2019

Today's customers want fast, easy experiences when interacting with utilities. A well-optimized mobile app can help them successfully manage their account with as little friction as possible.

E Source Customer Experience Glossary

Jeffrey Daigle, Eryc Eyl, Keenan Samuelson
December 6, 2018

This glossary of customer experience (CX) terms will help you understand common CX buzzwords that you may be unfamiliar with. We'll continue to make updates, and we encourage you to send us your definitions. We're all better off when we're speaking the same language!

Why You Should Have a Mobile App and How to Develop It Without Breaking the Bank

Keenan Samuelson
December 5, 2018

According to the E Source Utility Mobile Apps: 2018 Industry Scan, 53% of utility companies don’t have a mobile app. New mobile options make it accessible for you to build a mobile experience no matter your budget. We cover your options in this report.

Optimize Your Utility Website by Participating in the 2019 Web Benchmark Study

Heather Hilgenkamp, Keenan Samuelson
November 7, 2018

Since 2002, E Source has been using the Review of North American Electric and Gas Company Residential Websites study to benchmark more than 100 utility websites, gauging how successfully they're serving customers. In 2019, we'll modernize the study to measure advanced capabilities.