Customer service departments have been transformed by COVID-19 - 84% of UK contact centres have now moved from a centralised model to one based on home working. We explain how moving to the cloud delivers the flexibility required for changing times.
Our survey of consumers in the UK revealed that the level of trust people have in different types of organization varies considerably by sector. As you know, if consumers don’t trust in your brand then you risk undermining customer loyalty and damaging sales revenue. So, which sectors do consumers trust most?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has had an enormous impact on every organization operating in the European Union. Yet, many organizations don’t seem to be fully compliant, with Google recently fined. What should brands be looking for from their suppliers when it comes to building trust around GDPR?
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.
As we come back to work after the holiday season and settle into 2019, it’s a good time to review last year and what we’ve learned. At the Eptica blog we’ve looked at all of our posts from 2018 and come up with a top 10 of the most popular and topical, based on the number of views, comments and general feedback. We hope you enjoy reading/re-reading them!
It is now six months since the May 25 deadline for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance. How are brands now ensuring they are protecting, storing and using personal data?
Look in almost any industry sector and you’ll notice that the way software applications are deployed has changed radically with the rise of the Cloud. And this is just as true in the Customer Experience (CX) market. For those considering a move from on-premise to SaaS here are the 5 key advantages…
The recent storm over sharing of personal Facebook data demonstrates the importance of information protection and usage by businesses. The forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to increase safeguards around consumer data, backed up by large fines. How can brands ensure that their CX meets the GDPR?
Thanks to the rise of digital channels, brands now possess large amounts of personal data on their customers. Protecting this sensitive information is obviously vital, and will become even more important thanks to the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).