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2020 the year that changed customer service and the customer experience forever

2020: The Year that Changed Customer Service and the Customer Experience, Forever

In 2020, contact centers around the world tore up their customer service scripts. From Fortune 500 companies to small businesses to nonprofits, public-facing organizations faced a daunting task. They had to address the urgent needs of their customers, all while providing a safe work environment for their employees and agents. As we reflect on the past year, we are proud of our efforts to assist customers new and old. Here’s a roundup of our top insights and recommendations as contact centers look to capture the lessons of 2020 to inform a more digitally agile foundation for years to come.
Reimagining the contact center for work from anywhere

Reimagining the Contact Center for Work From Anywhere

Even the biggest skeptics have found benefits with WFH that enable them to now rethink how they want to operate customer interactions. Most organizations (56.8%) in our Customer Engagement Transformation: 2020-21 Research Study already have decided to continue with a WFH strategy once the pandemic has passed. The reimagined, work-from-anywhere contact center has several benefits.
Whats New in the 2020 Survey of Business Global CX Transformation

What’s New in the 2020 Survey of Business: Global CX Transformation

Major transformations in customer experience and the contact center are well underway and accelerating this year such that businesses risk increases for companies being left behind by more agile competitors. The results are in from the latest survey of global customer experience leaders in the 2020 NICE inContact CX Transformation Benchmark, Business Wave. This year’s survey turned up key trends in digital transformation in customer service channels, self-service channels, artificial intelligence and social media.
Delivering the Service Customers Expect When the Unexpected Happens

Delivering the Service Customers Expect When the Unexpected Happens

Agile software can make organizations more resilient and allow them to continue serving customers in the wake of disasters. Organizations need contact center software that supports multiple proactive customer service methods and makes digital channel implementation fast and simple. Providing customers with channel options, rather than restricting them to phone-only service, provides them with convenience and can ease stress.