No matter how long you’ve been a customer of Connect First, chances are you haven’t interacted with anyone on my surprisingly small team. That’s not to say we aren’t working incredibly hard, or that we’re not constantly handling customer requests, bugs, and new features.
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When implemented properly, call center software can drastically increase efficiency, customer satisfaction, and your company’s bottom line.
The ACD is the first tool you install when setting up a call center.
Managers today are eager to get on board with the new trendy things to 'shake up' the operational flow or 'upgrade' processes. This is why so much attention is drawn to new technology like big data solutions, cloud services and so on. However, many forget that the core of the customer communications still remains the phone. 68% of all contact center communication is handled via phone.
When you think of switching call center software, you probably think, "Oh no. Here we go again." No matter the fact that you are spending more than you hoped, have terrible call performance and are frustrated with the support, it can seem daunting to move forward.
You're thinking of taking the cheap way out and investing in super low-cost contact center software to save a few bucks.
Take a look around your office. Do you like your job as an outbound call center sales manager?
At first glance, the contact center and data center may seem worlds apart. The contact center, after all, is primarily responsible for placating customers, while the data center is responsible for storing and managing information, right?
Five Questions To Ask Before Investing In New Contact Center Technology
You’re heading into 2016 with a fresh budget and a long list of new customer service technologies you want to explore. From cutting-edge virtual agents to workforce automation technologies, there is no shortage of enticing solutions on the market vying for a place in your contact center.
You’re trying to build a contact center that differentiates itself with its amazing customer experiences, and in doing so, you’re on the right track to success.
How much time does it take from initial dial-in to your contact center before a customer’s problem is resolved? If you cringe at the thought of answering this question, it’s time to reconsider your company’s customer service strategy. A study from Forrester shows that 71 percent of customers feel that valuing their time is the most critical thing a company can do to provide great customer service.