The rise of self-service means that the interactions personally handled by contact centre agents have become more complex and involved. This dramatically changes the skills and support agents need to be effective and meet changing customer needs. How can organisations find and nurture the ‘super agents’ required to deliver this more involved, empathetic level of customer service?
In our latest guest posts, CX expert Jeanne Bliss has been sharing case studies from her new book Would You Do That To Your Mother? These highlight the need to understand the personal impact of your decisions on customers – essentially, would your mother be proud of what you are doing when it comes to customer experience?
In our latest guest post noted customer experience Jeanne Bliss explains why your CX needs to #MakeMomProud...
Customer satisfaction in the UK is getting worse, according to the latest Institute of Customer Service’s UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI). Why are brands slipping back and what do they need to put in place to meet rising customer expectations?
Contact centre advisors have always been at the frontline of delivering customer service, initially over the phone and then through a range of other channels from email to chat. The role has never been static but is now seeing a rapid transformation. Here are the 4 areas that brands and agents need to focus on for the future.
Businesses today are operating in a fast-changing world. They face greater competition than ever before and must transform to meet the changing expectations of customers. This must be lead from the top – here are 5 ways CEOs can successfully build customer-centric organizations.
As the Summer holidays come to an end, it’s the perfect time to highlight the importance of service and experience to business success. Ahead of National Customer Service Week, we’ll be looking at key areas for customer service, starting with trust.
Since AI moved center stage, commentators have been queuing up to voice their concerns about its negative impact on people and jobs. However, CX success means balancing humans and technology – as the latest Forrester research explains…
As we move into 2019, businesses are having to cope with unprecedented uncertainty. How can your brand win and retain consumer loyalty? It all comes down to trust – and these are the 5 foundations you need to start with.
All businesses are focusing on digital transformation as they endeavor to become more agile and fast-moving. With more and more people engaging with brands through digital channels, improving the customer experience (CX) is a key part of digital transformation - but how can you ensure your strategy delivers?