The changing face of UK customer experience

Published on: September 06, 2017
Author: Pauline Ashenden

Neil Titcomb, Regional Sales Director Northern Europe at Eptica explains how the UK customer experience market is changing and how Eptica is working with organisations to help them transform their digital customer service.

Driving digital transformation within insurance

Published on: July 05, 2017
Author: Pauline Ashenden

As in many industries, the insurance sector is experiencing radical changes due to digital transformation with more and more consumers wanting to use digital channels to interact with insurers. At the same time customers are becoming more demanding and less loyal when buying policies.

Transforming customer experience to survive

Published on: June 28, 2017
Author: Neil Titcomb

When it comes to the service they receive, consumer expectations continue to rise dramatically. They want a higher quality experience and faster, more accurate service from every organization they contact, through whatever channel they choose.

Building a strong customer-focused service culture

Published on: February 22, 2017
Author: Anne-Merete Jensen

Customer service and customer experience now involves the entire organization, and to be successful companies have to build a strong culture that embraces the right systems, processes and technology to empower staff and ensuring they have meaningful, empathetic conversations with customers. But how do you achieve this?

Moving to the 3Cs model for CX: Conversational, collaborative & cognitive platforms

Published on: February 08, 2017
Author: Olivier Njamfa

Companies and their CEOs understand that the world is changing rapidly when it comes to winning, satisfying and retaining customers. Consumers are now more demanding than ever before, across a greater number of channels, and they increasingly focus on the experience they receive when deciding which companies to buy from.

Capturing emotion for a better APAC customer experience

Published on: January 19, 2017
Author: Vincent Giraud

The original aim of customer service was relatively transactional – a consumer made a query, an answer was provided by the company, the customer was satisfied and the interaction was completed. However, in today’s competitive markets this is no longer enough to win and retain customer loyalty....

Why emotion is central to driving customer loyalty

Published on: December 16, 2016
Author: Steve Nattress

There are multiple factors that feed into the customer experience. At a basic level companies need to deliver the information that consumers want, as quickly, accurately and consistently as possible. However, to drive loyalty you need to go beyond that, as Forrester Research, points out in a new report...

The push for mobile customer service

Published on: November 30, 2016
Author: Gokcen Onur

The rise of the smartphone has transformed how people interact with each other, brands and the world around them. Rather than being tied to a PC or landline phone, smartphones empower users by putting a computer in their pocket. Last Christmas Amazon reported that 70% of its customers shopped through a mobile device, for example.

Are insurers embracing social customer service?

Published on: November 14, 2016
Author: Chris Eideh

Providing customer service through social media has multiple advantages for both consumers and companies. Customers want the convenience and simplicity of being able to contact companies through Twitter and Facebook, without needing to call or email a business. Done well, social customer service also benefits brands.

Turning service into sales with chat

Published on: October 28, 2016
Author: Angus Prentice

Good customer service leads to happier, more loyal customers who stay with you longer, spend more and are more likely to recommend your business to family and friends. However, it can be difficult to measure the exact impact of individual customer service interactions on these metrics, leading to the contact center being seen as a cost, rather than a department that boosts the bottom line.

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