Self-Service Strategies for Elevating CX at Your Contact Centre

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Have you ever visited one of those palatial buffet restaurants with dozens of assorted fresh dishes in self-serve stations, with the crowds and people walking (seemingly) aimlessly with their plates in search of the pasta or the dessert cart? Raise your hand if you appreciate a good buffet — I certainly do! Classic Trap Like […]

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What Is Call Quality Monitoring?

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“This call may be used for quality or training purposes…” Have you ever wondered about that notification when you call a business? While it’s easy to disregard, it reveals a common business practice: Call Quality Monitoring – a practice contact centers use to review and evaluate the quality of their agents’ interactions with customers. While call monitoring may be performed live at times, it isn’t feasible when there are large volumes of calls. […]

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What Is an Auto Attendant?

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Chances are good that you encounter Auto Attendants almost daily. They are easy to recognize: For this, press 1. For that, press 2…. If you have ever called a business and been presented with choices without the intervention of a receptionist, then you have “met” an Auto Attendant. Businesses of all types and sizes use virtual receptionists to route their customer’s calls based on a menu selection.   “Please listen closely, as our menu options have recently changed…”   Auto Attendants are like a virtual switchboard, often replacing the […]

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Improve Experience at a Reduced Cost – Move to Cloud

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The modern contact centre is evolving. Studies show that the “best-in-class” are optimizing their services and data flows to empower their contact centre agents with relevant information and proactively manage their customer journeys.  How do they do it? Many companies are looking to the cloud to get them there. Today, almost one in two contact […]

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6 Tips for Training Call Center Agents

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Agents are a contact center’s most valuable resource; ultimately, they drive the satisfaction and the experience of customers they interact with. However, they are also the most expensive resource – typically, 60 to 70% of an operation’s total expenses. When it comes to managing their most valuable (and most expensive) resource, contact centers spend considerable […]

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Watch your Etiquette! 7 Tips for Improving Contact Center Etiquette

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Hold the door. Be on time. Common courtesy is always a good bet. Cliché, but true. Even in customer service (where manners are paramount), it never hurts to be reminded. Contact centers are lively, energetic places with lots of activity going on. Respecting and protecting time, people, and processes is key. Be mindful of these tips […]

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