Digitalization is optimizing the existing processes in many businesses. Adopting a new technology demands sheer determination, effective change management, and decent user adoption.
Microsoft estimates that 90% of all Americans consider customer service to be a discerning factor in which companies they choose to engage with.
We have already passed the first quarter of 2021 and if your brand has not yet started preparing for your customers’ changing expectations in the New Year, you are missing the boat!
With the buzzword digital transformation becoming more popular, during ongoing uncertain times of the pandemic and increasing use of computerized systems having a lack of appropriate cybersecurity infrastructure, there is a steep rise in the cyber-attacks.
Call quality monitoring is the key to understanding customer experience and is also the most crucial element in identifying trends in customer expectations. While this may have always been an underlying goal of most call quality monitoring, accurately measuring customer experience has been quite challenging. If we look back to the past, we will see that the early call monitoring efforts focused on improving call quality through improved team members’ consistency and call handling. But that only helped companies develop call quality criteria which measured compliance with internal processes and policies, not necessarily translating to a better customer experience.
Expecting the best customer service is not just the right of customers, but a necessity. With buyer preferences constantly changing and evolving, contact center quality monitoring is not only a goal to be achieved but rather a continuous journey of optimization. As a result, organizations must always fine-tune their quality monitoring parameters to ensure that they stay effective.
In the past few years, omnichannel customer experience (CX) has quickly evolved as a core part of CX. Brands that design and deliver an omnichannel customer experience have better opportunities to attain and leverage their CX insights. Those businesses have been recognized for achieving higher customer retention rates compared to companies that do not offer omnichannel options for their customers.
Forbes defines the Net Promoter Score (NPS) as an index used to determine how willing customers are to recommend a brand, product or service. Most brands rely on software developers, such as Zendesk, to create this poll. The answers create a popular metric used to evaluate the customer experience. Customers rank the probability of their …
Those of us who are in leadership understand how important the customer experience is and the potential ripple effect that can take place due to a satisfied or unsatisfied customer. Today’s business environment is full of tough competitors. Offering an excellent customer experience is an effective way to compete in the market and stand out amongst competitors as a valued brand to do business with.
When customer experience is delivered right, brands can increase their revenue remarkably, simultaneously creating happier customers who enjoy using their products and services. All the big brands worldwide continuously strive to make things easier for their customers and provide excellent customer service. Those who are truly able to do that, their customers return to them …