We’re now partway through National Customer Service Week (NCSW), which runs from the 7th-11th October. While how it is celebrated varies across the globe, there are three factors that unite good customer service - you need to get all of these right if you are to deliver the service and experience that today’s consumers expect.
We look at the importance of insight to customer service excellence, highlighting the three areas that brands need to focus on for success...
What’s the state of UK insurance customer experience? Based on the latest Eptica research, we outline the top 5 findings and explain the key areas where insurers need to improve..
Recognition means ensuring that the efforts of your agents are recognised and celebrated. How can you achieve this? Based on our experience, here are 4 recognition programs that really increase morale for all.
When it comes to the world of customer experience, often the consumer no longer knows who to trust. In this guest post, CX expert Ian Golding outlines the state of trust today and explains how brands can build lasting trust with consumers.
As the Summer holidays come to an end, it’s the perfect time to highlight the importance of service and experience to business success. Ahead of National Customer Service Week, we’ll be looking at key areas for customer service, starting with trust.
Chat is fast becoming a mainstream channel when it comes to customer service. However, while adoption has increased, so have customer expectations – this post outlines 5 features you should look for from your chat solution in order to drive success.
Gaining real value from your Voice of the Customer (VoC) program requires not just collecting insight, but ensuring that all relevant teams across the business have access to this intelligence, and can then act on it. This is not always easy with traditional VoC approaches. Here are 4 ways you can ensure you successfully close the loop…
Since AI moved center stage, commentators have been queuing up to voice their concerns about its negative impact on people and jobs. However, CX success means balancing humans and technology – as the latest Forrester research explains…
A Dimension Data report found that, on average, organizations are offering a choice of 9 different channels, forecasted to rise to 11 in 2019. That’s a hell of a lot of channels. In this guest post, Adrian Swinscoe explains why customer experience needs to get back to basics and shares insights from his new book – Punk CX.