To understand the real meaning of omnichannel customer engagement, focus on the meaning of “omni,” which means to be in all places. Therein lies the true power of what has become the hottest buzzword in customer service, and one of the most important strategies that your contact center needs to embrace this year.
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Your contact center stores a great deal of data in its customer relationship management (CRM) system: names, contact information and financial records. CRMs also store corporate email addresses, sales projections, and advanced call center metrics related to the customer experience.
Contact Center CRM issues
Each and every customer interaction that comes through your contact center must be analyzed, organized and utilized for success. But without a reliable customer relationship management (CRM) solution to oversee interactions in real time, this is just about impossible. Here are some of the biggest problems that many companies are currently experiencing with their contact center CRM software:
Poor Customer Service Is a Leading Factor for Customer Churn
The only thing your contact center should be churning out are profits—not customers. Unfortunately, many contact centers fail to live up to their customers’ expectations, undermining the importance of customer service. Just look at the results of the 2013 Accenture Global Consumer Pulse Survey, which polled more than 13,000 customers across 33 countries and 10 industries: