Understanding what customers want is central to business success - we find out how Eptica is applying the same logic across its operations by interviewing Lenka Stoklaskova, Customer Success Manager....
Customer service is changing dramatically, with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation leading more and more consumers to interact with brands through technologies such as self service. How will this impact the role of the customer service agent in the future?
Rising customer expectations mean the experience that brands provide is crucial to the bottom line. At a time when the volume of interactions is increasing, Eptica research explains how automation can help improve CX and productivity.
When it comes to the contact center, there is a clear link between happy agents and overall performance. How can you use your CX technology to make it easier for agents to operate effectively and happily?
Boosting fundraising through a joined-up experience - how Charities Aid Foundation is benefiting from AI
Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) helps transform lives and communities by working with charities of all sizes. It is adopting Eptica’s artificial intelligence (AI)-powered digital customer experience platform for all its incoming emails in order to improve the end-to-end customer experience it provides to more than 73,000 charities.
As we come to the end of a busy 2017 it is a good time to review the year, and in particular to look at the most important developments in customer experience over the last 12 months. What were the hot topics and what were the major changes in the market? Based on the topics covered in the Eptica blog that received the most interest, we’ve put together a top 7 posts from across 2017.
Noted expert on customer experience, Régine Vanheems explains the challenges that brands face when it comes to digital CX, and how technology can help overcome them.
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.
Customers are increasingly demanding about the levels of service that they receive from brands. Given this pressure, along with the need to operate as efficiently as possible, how are contact centers evolving to meet changing needs? Providing a view into the industry, the UK Contact Centre Decision-Makers’ Guide from analysts Contact Babel provides a rich and detailed picture of...
Amongst consumers, chat is fast becoming a mainstream channel for customer service. Thanks to the rise of messaging applications, people have grown used to having text based, real-time conversations, meaning they feel increasingly familiar with chat in a customer service scenario.Research indicates that millennials in particular are very comfortable using chat for customer service from...