Artificial intelligence is one of the most-talked about topics in the world today - to help executives cut through the noise Eptica’s Managing Director and CTO, Pascal Gauvrit picks three books to read if you want to improve your understanding of the subject.
The last 25 years have seen the rise of contact centers, both within organizations and in the public mind. What is the state of the industry today at a time of rising customer expectations and the growth of artificial intelligence? Based on the latest Contact Babel research, here are 5 key priorities for CX and customer service today...
Driven by budget pressures and rising expectations from citizens public sector organizations are currently undergoing a major change. They need to deliver more with less, but at the same time meet the needs of a more digitally-savvy audience. Achieving this relies on applying four key principles....
Rising customer expectations mean the experience that brands provide is crucial to the bottom line. At a time when the volume of interactions is increasing, Eptica research explains how automation can help improve CX and productivity.
Delivering excellent customer service has never been more important to the bottom line. Ahead of National Customer Service Week we look at the key factors underpinning successful customer service today...
Telecoms is central, even essential, to our lives. Creating a superior customer experience is a vital differentiators for operators – how good are they at delivering multichannel service to users?
By 2021, 15% of all customer service interactions will be completely handled by AI, according to Gartner. At the same time though, it’s important not to forget the human element in customer experience. How do you balance the two?
When interacting with brands, consumers want the process to be easy, effective and based on an understanding of their emotions and the individual needs. Recent research from Forrester outlines 3 ways that AI can help meet these changing customer expectations.
The UK retail sector is undergoing unprecedented change, with many long-established high street brands closing or having to cut back their number of stores. With all the pressures they are facing, how can retailers ensure that they are delivering the right experience to their customers?
Providing access to knowledge is at the heart of creating an excellent customer experience. Failing to deliver timely, accurate answers to consumer questions disrupts the customer journey, while making it difficult to access relevant information, such as on your website, drives potential buyers away. Given the importance of knowledge, are UK brands delivering?