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CXone: Leading the Industry by Putting Customers and Agents First

CXone: Leading the Industry by Putting Customers and Agents First

Businesses today are in the unique position of balancing widespread disruption with consistently growing customer expectations. For customers, a tumultuous cultural environment, a public health crisis and economic uncertainty are not valid reasons for businesses to drop the ball on experience. Rather, quite the opposite. Now is the most important time to deliver on a brand promise of exceptional experiences – or risk damaging these critical relationships. In fact, our NICE inContact CX Transformation Benchmark study has shown that 81 percent of customers say they will switch to a competitor after a single poor experience.
Enabling an Agile Workforce for Organisational Success

Enabling an Agile Workforce for Organizational Success

The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly put a strain on the workforce, and many organizations are reviewing their current strategies to ensure business continuity as the crisis continues. To successfully navigate the pandemic and achieve positive business outcomes, companies need to take strategic and meaningful steps towards building a more flexible working environment that enables agile and remote working practices.
An Increasingly Digital First World

An Increasingly Digital-First World

As with so many things, 2020 is different. For many, back to school means back to video conferencing, either full or part time. The same is true for parents. The end of vacation means back to the desk, in front of a camera most of the day. The paradigm extends to other parts of our lives. The COVID-19 pandemic has catapulted telehealth forward by decades in a few months. Teladoc, global leader in virtual care, reports telehealth visits up 203% in the second quarter of 2020 compared to last year.
Pivot Your Customer Service Model Using Digital Capabilities and Emerge from the Pandemic Even Stronger

Pivot Your Customer Service Model Using Digital Capabilities and Emerge from the Pandemic Even Stronger

Businesses should respond by being where their customers are. This doesn't just mean stepping up online marketing or social media presence. It also means providing digital customer service to match consumers' increasing adoption of digital lifestyles. Not only will this align better to customer behavior, but it's also a lower cost alternative to phone support, an important consideration in these days of shrinking revenue.