Building contact center dashboards can be grueling and for a good reason. These dashboards must highlight correct, relevant, and up-to-date information in order to best inform your teams. But with the sheer volume of interaction data available, one can easily get lost in the details. When building your dashboards, follow these tips to ensure the most critical data is visible and actionable at a glance.
According to a customer service study, 72% of customers will tell six or more people if they have a satisfying experience with a company. Meaning, a single bad interaction with your organization’s call center team could not only risk your customer loyalty but also customer referrals and positive word of mouth. Here are 5 easy ways to improve your call center operations and enhance your customer experience.
CSAT score or CSAT is a customer satisfaction score. This metric is typically measured by surveying customers at various points in their buying journey. CSAT scores can be measured after a purchase, whilst onboarding for a new service, or after an interaction with customer support. The score itself is vitally important to organizations. CSAT helps businesses determine in which areas they are excelling and which they could improve to ensure their customers are satisfied with their experience.
Customers care about their interactions with your business more than ever before. By unearthing the customer data insights your business call center is already collecting, businesses can better meet customers’ expectations, and improve their overall customer experience. Call center analytics makes it easy to understand your customers.
If you work as a contact center manager, you probably have experienced the following scenario: You have several agents out on their scheduled lunches when your website experiences an issue and there is a sudden influx of calls. Your agents that are still logged on are managing the influx to the best of their abilities but you are watching calls getting abandoned and wait times climb. It is stressful for everybody involved and you know this situation could quickly escalate and have serious down-the-line consequences.
When you are communicating in person, we have much more than words on our side to help us get our point across. Body language, facial expressions, hand movement and gestures, and of course, our tone of voice help us deliver our message the way we intend it to be understood. So much of human communication is non-verbal and helps our brains figure out the context and meaning of messages. When we communicate over the phone and no longer have those nonverbal cues on our side, suddenly our word choice and our tone of voice become increasingly significant.
Data is here to stay. Businesses that understand the immeasurable value that their data holds and the impact of being able to properly access it will come ahead of competitors. Better understanding data through reporting and analysis helps with decision making and action within your organization leading to increased value and enhanced performance. In this article, we are going to explore the functionality of analytics and reporting, the key differences, and how clarifying your understanding of these terms can help your business work cohesively, more specifically, your business’s call center.
Business intelligence (BI) empowers business users to glean valuable insights from data using agile self-service programs without requiring IT intervention. Understanding your company’s valuable data can take the guesswork out of decision-making, improve coordination between departments, and help align core business initiatives. This article will help you understand the basics of BI and why it needs to be a priority for your organization.
Every role in an organization that is dependent on customer interactions can benefit from well-developed scheduled reports for their contact center data. Brightmetrics™ makes scheduling the delivery of unique reporting and dashboards incredibly easy. We’ve narrowed down the 5 key steps to building the best reports for your organization that can maximize the value and business insights for many different stakeholders in different areas, and certainly for key decision-makers.
The Genesys Cloud (formerly PureCloud) scene is growing like crazy! They’ve continued to earn their place as a leader in the Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS) landscape and regularly appear in Gartner’s CCaaS Magic Quadrant. However, among the superlative reviews, there is one consistent theme: can Genesy Cloud reporting be customized? With the Genesys […]