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By: Infor     Published Date: Jan 03, 2011
The company's ultimate goal was to enhance the interaction among its CRM applications and maximize the value of each incoming call to create more personalized and profitable interactions with customers.
Tags : infor, bell cananda, crm application, interaction, customer service representatives, database
     Infor
By: Infor     Published Date: Jan 06, 2011
The company's ultimate goal was to enhance the interaction among its CRM applications and maximize the value of each incoming call to create more personalized and profitable interactions with customers.
Tags : infor, bell cananda, crm application, interaction, customer service representatives, database, interactive/pr agencies, interactive marketing
     Infor
By: Atlantic Broadband Business     Published Date: Apr 30, 2018
In order to maintain their commitment to customer service, Girard Toyota looked to upgrade their outdated phone system. The antiquated system they were using was not only costly to maintain, but also inhibited their efficiency — inbound calls were not answered in a timely fashion, and when they were, the hold times were much too long. Calls were not being transferred to the correct representatives, causing frustration for both new and existing customers. The entire customer experience was negatively impacted, threatening to cost the company revenue and its prized reputation for superior customer service.
Tags : girard, toyota, atlantic, broadband, business, solutions
     Atlantic Broadband Business
By: Aspect Software     Published Date: Feb 11, 2014
Learn the four reasons why proactive customer care translates to better customer retention and better branding for your organization.
Tags : aspect software, customer care, customer service, customer loyalty, customer service representatives, csr
     Aspect Software
By: Esker     Published Date: Jul 17, 2018
What's in the white paper? Great customer service hinges on efficient order fulfillment — especially the initial processing of a customer’s order. With thousands of sales orders coming into most large organizations monthly, this mission-critical process can demand a significant portion of customer service representatives’ (CSRs') time and attention in the quest for near-perfect input accuracy and order fulfillment. But such intensive personnel support isn’t necessary for effective order processing. Great customer service doesn’t have to be cumbersome. Sales order automation can transform customer service and operations which provide quantifiable benefits to the organization. Automation provides an opportunity to improve order management by: • Reducing error rates and decreasing costs per order • Improving process transparency from receipt to archival • Reducing reshipping and inventory problems
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By: Interactive Intelligence     Published Date: Sep 11, 2013
The customer service contact center thrives on performance metrics. These metrics provide operational insight into the efficiency of the customer service process, including how effectively customer service representatives are performing their duties — as well as how well customers are being served. Many performance metrics are as old as the contact center industry itself and are still in widespread use today. The purpose of this paper is not to disparage existing contact center performance metrics or to suggest that these metrics no longer matter. The authors acknowledge that the metrics that matter to the reader’s contact center are the ones that make sense in that particular situation. Rather, this paper explores some of the emerging metrics that specifically acknowledge and address the changing attitudes, objectives and definition of the contemporary contact center.
Tags : contact center metrics, interactive intelligence, contact centers, industry, representatives, performance metrics, customers, customer service process
     Interactive Intelligence
By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 05, 2013
Providing a superior experience for citizens and constituents is not easy, and gone are the days when problematic customer interactions can be smoothed over by empathetic service representatives. In an omni-channel world, the number of citizen touchpoints is not only increasing, but is increasingly automated, and governments will not get many chances to take the steps that are required to make things right. Unlike at any other time in history, the quality of your operations will shine through, in virtually every interaction with the citizen. A Smarter Process approach helps you to reinvent business operations in the era of the citizen.
Tags : government, smarter process approach, agility, business process management, bpm, cities, efficient government
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