With so much data being generated by around customer service and the customer experience, there’s an increasing role for data analytics to extract learnings and actionable insights.
As we enter the New Year, now’s the time to take stock of opportunities, challenges, and developments for the future.
Given the growth of the outsourced customer service market, and its competitiveness, outsourcers have to focus on these 6 key areas to drive success...
Being able to resolve customer queries on the first call is one of the hallmarks of good customer service. Our latest blog explores why FCR is such an important metric, why it is particularly relevant today, and how organisations can improve their own FCR rates.
In our latest guest post, Jo Causon, CEO of The Institute of Customer Service, explains how customer service teams have gone above and beyond to deliver an excellent experience, and why now is the time to reset, ready to prepare for an equally unpredictable future
As contact centres increasingly switch to Microsoft Teams, they need to deliver key functionality, such as call recording via the platform. There are multiple approaches to call recording in Teams – how can you ensure you pick the right solution for your current and future needs?
The rise of messaging apps has made them a key communication channel for chatting to family, friends, and colleagues. Using the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger for customer service is also growing – but what are the advantages, and what are the challenges?
Over the last 25 years Amazon has become the go-to benchmark for building a successful business. And much of this success has been built on valuing customers and ensuring they are at the heart of virtually every business decision.
Many businesses are migrating to cloud-based unified communications solutions (such as Microsoft Teams) and want their related software, such as call accounting, to also be available in the cloud. Here are the key considerations when choosing a cloud-based call accounting solution and how to pick the perfect partner.
From fuel shortages to freak weather events, businesses are facing a range of disruptions caused by factors outside their control. Many of these are impossible to plan for or predict. Here are five ways to ensure your contact centre can cope with unplanned disruptions...