When companies want to implement an omnichannel strategy in their service center, an important question is which functionality belongs in which application.
Companies want to provide good customer experience. But, when calling prospects or customers they hide their calling number. This is devostating the effectiveness of the campaign, and it provides bad customer experience.
Implementing self-service functionalities via your website allows your organisation to deflect a number of questions from your support agents. But when customers want to communicate with one of your support people, it is important to have solutions in place to bring the question to the right agent - to have an omnichannel support strategy.
Harmonization of processes in a company that has multiple sites is not always easy. People in different sites may treat customers differently or start to implement different processes compared to those that were agreed at the beginning. When a homegrown company expands, it is not always easy to have everyone on the same path. When companies merge, it is even more crucial that processes get streamlined, which may mean that old habbits should be thrown overboard.
As customer you probably have experienced already frustrating times waiting in queue until an agent answers your call, going through multiple IVR (Interactive Voice Response) levels, and hearing multiple messages announcing that you’re 4th…3rd…2nd…in line…if not only it said that ‘all agents are busy’…
In today's connected world, customers expect to get a correct answer to their question as soon as possible, and via their own favorite communication channel. Customer experience becomes more important by the day, so no doubt that your organization must ensure to provide the same feedback across all channels that