A cloud-based omnichannel call center can allow you to meet people where they’re at, giving them the experience they desire.
For all businesses regardless of industry, customer service is paramount. Traditional call centers are costly, but yours doesn’t have to be. When you choose CCaaS, or “contact center as a service,” you get call center benefits without on-premise costs. CCaaS refers to call center software hosted in the cloud. You’ll have a powerful call center […]Continue reading
Omnichannel contact center solutions have already upended the custom care scene. They’re providing shorter wait times, faster resolutions, and more profits. It turns out that a comprehensive care experience seamlessly translating across all mediums is effective – who knew? However, integration with the power of AI can take omnichannel care even further. In this article, […]Continue reading
The customer experience (CX) is increasingly digital with over 95% of customer interactions starting on websites. Forrester research shows that customers are using and hopping between an increasing number of channels,
You can’t improve what you can’t measure. During our recent webinar with Alpa Shah, Global VP from Frost & Sullivan, Alpa noted that improving the customer experience was the No. 1 business goal, but ironically most companies don’t measure the quality of customer experience interactions.
Interest in deploying a remote workforce went through the roof during the COVID-19 pandemic that spread around the globe. Many countries were put into lockdown, forcing businesses to turn to work-from-home alternatives to keep up with business operations.
Through this blog series we have looked at why it is important to see the journey at the individual’s level—the micro level—by agents or employees and also how important
To succeed at delivering a great omnichannel customer experience, it is critical to make it easy for supervisors to review, score, and coach agents on key interactions on any channel.
This tip uses AI to monitor every interaction on every channel using sentiment to passively measure quality, and then act. When an interaction on any channel—voice, text, chat, email, social messengers—has sentiment that is low, the interaction can be identified “in the moment” and routed to a retention specialist (or someone specialized with the skill set to handle the situation). The specialist can then immediately review the interaction and proactively reach out to the customer to see if everything in their last interaction was handled properly.
In addition to actively measuring VoC via surveys, as mentioned in last week’s blog, companies can also passively measure satisfaction via AI and sentiment. Companies talk about the importance of offering great CX