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.
Recent research from Gartner highlights the challenges of digital customer experience in 2019 – essentially brands need to deliver differentiated service, efficiently. Providing instant, seamless and easy service is at the heart of achieving these objectives – here are 5 ways self-service helps you deliver this.
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...
In today’s competitive world, keeping customers happy is part of everyone’s job in the organization. But in traditional businesses breaking down silos and encouraging collaboration can be difficult. Here are 4 ways to achieve this.
It’s been a busy few weeks in customer experience, with the Institute of Customer Service’s Annual Conference and the Call and Contact Centre Expo both happening in the UK. What do the events teach us about the state of UK CX?
Customers do not buy things rationally – they buy things emotionally and then justify the purchase with logic. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t gain actionable insights about people’s irrational behavior as CX expert Colin Shaw explains in this post.
Want to improve how you listen to the Voice of the Customer? Start by reading these 3 key books on the subject...
Trust is central to any brand’s relationship with its customers. 9 out of 10 consumers will change supplier if they lose trust in a company. Yet brands are failing to build trust through basic customer service mistakes, according to the newly published 2019 Eptica Digital Trust study.
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?
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?