Make your call center agents’ lives easier

Make your call center agents’ lives easier

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Your agents’ experience matters just as much as customers’ happiness.

Every contact center’s goal is to deliver an effortless consumer experience. In an ideal world, that means brief (or none at all) on-hold times, quick calls, full issue resolution, and effective customer service reps. But if agents are struggling because of disorganized internal processes, then here’s a sad news: all these are a lost cause. Read More

5 Trends that will shape your brand’s customer support this 2018

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This 2018, what should your customer support strategy look like?

To keep customers happy and stay competitive, businesses should be able to embrace market innovations and new trends. That’s why every new year is always a good time to update the brand’s strategies and ensure that everything addresses your customers’ evolving needs.

If you’re revamping your customer service this year, here are the five most important trends you must consider. Read More

What are contact centers’ top priorities for 2018?

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We all know that what triggered the digital revolution is the smartphone. Starting out as a game-changing, all-in-one tech, this device quickly became an omnipresent gadget that has taken root in people’s pockets.

This digital movement is so impactful that it’s reshaping consumers’ behaviors. Everyone’s glued to their phones, expecting brands to be accessible across Facebook, email, or the phone. Online shoppers want fast answers to their questions and reliable Internet payment options. They want their problems solved instantly at any time of the day, any day of the week. Read More

SMS@25: Its relevance and still-untapped customer service potential for SMBs

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In the world of fast-paced communication and instant gratification, text messaging should’ve been passé by now. But SMS isn’t dead yet, and it still holds potential for customer service and for small and medium businesses (SMBs).

In this month, 25 years ago, the first-ever text message was sent by then-developer Neil Papworth to Vodafone director Richard Jarvis. While it wasn’t totally embraced during its infancy, it has slowly taken over voice communication and email as the most widely used communication channel. All of these came into fruition through hard work and two words: Merry Christmas.
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