The pandemic is accelerating digital transformation and a need for greater customer engagement in many verticals, and banking is a prime example. We look at the current state of banking customer service, based our latest search.
Customer expectations are continually rising – particularly when it comes to the service they receive from businesses and the channels they use. We looked at the impact of demographics on customer service channel choice…
The number of channels available to consumers has skyrocketed with the telephone, email and the web joined by the likes of chat and social media. But which channels do consumers want to use – and what are their expectations in terms of speed? Our latest research gives more insight into channel choice…
As the end of the year approaches, now is the perfect time to evaluate how the customer service sector has performed in 2019. And what better way of doing this than exploring the 2019-20 Contact Babel UK Contact Centre Decision-Makers’ Guide, sponsored by Enghouse Interactive. Here are 5 key trends that the guide highlights…
Across the globe and in every sector, customer expectations are rising. This translates into greater volumes of incoming queries for brands, as consumers demand more meaningful conversations if they are to remain loyal. How can brands ensure they are delivering the experience customers want with finite resources?
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.
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?
Banking, like many other sectors, is undergoing a period of disruption and change. Government legislation is committed to making it easier than ever for customers to change banks and interest rates remain low, meaning that service is a primary differentiator between companies. How are UK banks delivering when it comes to customer experience?
Consumers are spending more and more of their time on social media networks, with the likes of Twitter and Facebook now vital sources of news, information as well as places to interact with friends, families and brands. That makes social customer service a major, growing part of every brand’s customer experience - here are 5 ways to transform it
Today's always connected, mobile-savvy consumers have rising expectations of the experience they receive from brands. Social media and in particular instant messaging apps are central to this, with brands increasingly making them part of the customer experience.