A contact center’s (CC) path to providing seamless and proactive customer experience is beset with barriers, large and small. While it seems to be a single point A to point B interaction, there is more to it than just the goal and outcome. This journey can be compared to a surfer’s experience while riding the unpredictable waves in the ocean.
In today’s digitalized world, technology has become sine qua non. The modern human would be at a loss in a world without Google, Netflix or Amazon. Interactions between customers and enterprises continue to evolve along with the advancements in technology and infrastructure. The quintessential customer of today is moving away from brick-and-motor stores. And global enterprises, led by future thinking, are rapidly transitioning towards an environment in which they can easily and symbiotically discover, engage and retain customers.
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Organizations that care about delivering high-class customer experience and benefit from long-term profitable growth, should focus on tracking contact center metrics. This will help them understand how their contact center is performing, what needs to be done to improve its standards, how it can improve its employee performance, how to identify weaknesses prevalent in the system and set goals for both the individual and the organization.
5, September 2017
Each time you visit a restaurant, what matters the most to you? Is it just about the food? Or the service? Perhaps, you are a stickler for the logistics behind the process of eating out. For instance, how long does it take you to pick a restaurant? From narrowing down a restaurant and factoring its […]