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Customer service: what you can learn from great business leaders

Published on: July 02, 2020
Author: Pauline Ashenden - Demand Generation Manager

In previous posts we’ve identified insights that modern customer service teams can learn from the great thinkers of classical antiquity and from key historical figures. In the next instalment of our series we delve into significant quotes from modern business leaders – what can they teach you and your team?

Why focusing on CX is key at times of change

Published on: February 06, 2019
Author: Pauline Ashenden - Marketing Manager

Most industries today are radically different compared to 20 or even 10 years ago. This disruption means that established businesses have been forced to focus on how they can change and restructure themselves in order to compete and survive. How can you overcome the risks posed by change and restructuring? Here are 3 key considerations – all focused on CX...

Digital disruption in insurance – why it is all about service

Published on: September 21, 2016
Author: Chris Eideh - North American Sales Executive

Over the past few years we’ve seen whole industries transformed thanks to digital technology. From publishing to retail to transportation, new entrants have shaken up mature markets, and unseated existing leaders through innovative business models.Recent research from Fujitsu points to insurance being next in line for digital disruption.

The ROI of improved customer experience

Published on: June 23, 2016
Author: Chris Eideh - North American Sales Executive

Businesses understand that improving the customer experience has a direct impact on revenue generation. Happier customers are more loyal, will spend more and recommend your company to their friends.Business success depends on a wide variety of factors and it can be hard to isolate customer experience in dollar figures.

Has UK customer service turned a corner?

Published on: February 12, 2016
Author: Derek Lewis

In today’s fast changing world consumer expectations are continually rising. This means that delivering the right levels of customer satisfaction is a journey not a destination. Companies have to keep investing in improving the service and experience they offer if consumers are to remain satisfied. It seems that these investments are beginning to pay off...

Mobile – at the heart of the customer experience

Published on: November 27, 2015
Author: Eptica

According to new academic research people check their smartphones 85 times a day and use them for a daily average of 5 hours. The study, from Nottingham Trent University, also found that much of the time most users don’t even realize they are doing it, with consumers spending twice as much time on their phones as they think.For many, their phone is the first thing they...

The opportunity for European customer experience

Published on: October 16, 2015
Author: Olivier Njamfa - CEO & Co-Founder

From Berlin to Bermuda, and San Francisco to Singapore, consumers increasingly demand a superior customer experience from the organizations that they choose to buy from. Across every industry there has therefore been a major focus on delivering this customer experience as well ascontinually improving it to match rising expectations.Providing an excellent customer experience is a journey,...

Why your CEO should work a shift in the contact center

Published on: September 04, 2015
Author: Anne-Merete Jensen - Senior Business Consultant

In competitive markets, customer service is often the most important differentiator. This is especially true if companies are selling similar products, at similar prices – and for service businesses such as utilities and financial services where there is no physical product to create a differentiation. When customer service is the main source of competitive advantage, it’s essential to...

Moving from Customer Experience Laggard to Leader

Published on: August 05, 2015
Author: Dharmesh Ghedia

Being able to deliver a superior customer experience can potentially transform your company’s business. It can help to differentiate you from competitors, increase customer loyalty and ultimately help to drive sales and boost revenues. So how do you go from being a customer service laggard to achieving a leadership position – and then ensuring you remain there?

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