In the automotive industry, contact centers are the go-to for customer support in vehicle-related inquiries. To ensure top-tier service, team leads must gauge performance. Tracking pertinent contact center KPIs with cutting-edge software is the key. But which metrics should they focus on? Explore our top metrics for automotive contact centers to track, and see how powerful analytics tools enhance business intelligence and speed up customer engagement.
Have you ever wondered if your call center agents are using clever tricks or strategies to lighten their workload and maximize their breaks? In this blog, we’ll explore seven common hacks that agents use and show you how to identify them using Brightmetrics. Discover how you can ensure optimal productivity in your call center or contact center while still allowing your agents their well-deserved rest breaks and avoiding burnout.
Enhancing the caller experience and meeting performance objectives in the education sector may not involve upselling products or chasing sales targets like traditional customer-facing call centers. However, it remains crucial for your educational institution to ensure a seamless experience for inbound callers and achieve internal goals. Curious about which key metrics your team leads should focus on? Discover the essential metrics that call centers in the education industry should track.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm and is upending business processes. Goldman Sachs recently reported that as many as two-thirds of jobs in the U.S. and Europe are exposed to AI automation in varying degrees. So with the slew of AI for contact center software available, how will it change the current landscape? In this article, we delve into the impact of AI in contact centers and what it could mean for the future of work in this industry.
In the fast-paced world of contact center customer support, interpreting valuable customer engagement data can be a daunting challenge. As your company grows and scales, managing contact data becomes increasingly complex. By integrating an advanced communications and contact center analytics solution, your support team can consistently offer quality customer service and maintain optimal internal communications. We look at the main challenges encountered in interpreting customer engagement data and the advantages of implementing a systematic analytics approach.
There are key aspects of service delivery that drive contact center performance. Think of them as essential categories of metrics or properties every organization should be monitoring. They range from foundational to strategic and provide much-needed focus. As you ensure they get the attention they deserve, great results follow. Let’s summarize them, identify the key supporting properties, and discuss how to effectively utilize these properties for your benefit.
Feedback from customers and employees is like oxygen. Your organization must have it to survive and thrive. Whether a print shop with three employees, a government agency with 3,000 or a multinational company with 300,000, you need a strategy—not just a survey—to measure and understand customer satisfaction and leverage what you learn into ongoing improvements.
Accessibility is at the heart of effective contact center management. Without objectives and metrics that enable accessibility, the answers to several questions would be left to chance: How long will customers have to wait? How busy are your agents going to be? What resources (staff and technology) do you need?
I used to find that many contact center managers viewed contacts handled as virtually synonymous with productivity. How many calls, or emails, or social posts did you handle? Simple, right? Well, not so fast. True productivity is advancing the mission of the organization.
Omnichannel contact centers aim to serve customers across different communication channels. By adopting this strategy, a contact center can streamline its communication channels and serve more customers in less time. However, an omnichannel approach can pose challenges for the contact center. Gartner Marketing Research reports that half of the companies that tried implementing this approach have failed. In this article, we will discuss the potential barriers to success and ways to overcome them.