Tags: Customer Support

3 Reasons Call Deflection Is Crucial for Your Customer Support Efforts

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Why Knowledge Management is Crucial for Excellent Customer Support

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[Case study] Telcos Transform Support Outcomes with Intelligent Search

According to a survey by Pew Research, 68% of US adults own a smartphone. That’s about 160 million people. And chances are that at some point during their ownership, people will need support from their service provider.

Knowing the importance that good and efficient customer support plays in both keeping existing customers and winning new subscribers, plus the challenge of skillfully handling large volume of support requests, two telecommunication leaders decided to migrate their search platforms from Google Search Appliance (GSA) to Attivio.

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4 Digital Tools Modern Support Organizations Need

The world is flat. Not literally, of course, but in terms of how teams communicate with one another, stay on task, and reach shared goals. Today’s digital workplace connects people so seamlessly that previously enormous obstacles like physical distance and time zones are practically inconsequential. Innovations in technology have advanced all aspects of an organization but these changes’ immediate benefit is perhaps no more pronounced than in the customer support field.

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Customer Service is Smarter Than Ever

Customer service has a historically bad reputation. Sitcoms like Friends and The Office have joked at the banality of call centers and the rigidity of the dreaded “customer service script.” In these scenarios, nobody — not the caller or the customer service agent — is expected to have a positive experience.

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New Survey: The Modern Customer and The Self-Serve Mindset

Once viewed as a non-revenue generating expense, more and more companies are realizing the impact good customer support has on their bottom line. Business leaders now devote large amounts of time and resources into their support teams and equip them with the modern tools they need to resolve all kinds of customer issues.

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Solving Customer Issues with Intelligent Answers and Insights

When it comes to customer support, the entire process is built on a simple idea: when someone communicates a problem, the representative dealing with the case uses their dashboard to review, work, resolve, and close a ticket. This ticket then remains open until the issue is closed, along the way acting as a repository for information about that particular request or problem. 

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How to make the most out of your customer support interactions

There are plenty of reasons why you want to keep you customers happy: Happy customers make great “brand ambassadors.” The cost of attracting a new customer is higher than retaining an existing one. Today’s social media makes it possible for an unhappy customer to do harm in the marketplace. Etc. 

 

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How Customer Experience will Save Your Brand

In a world in which anyone can order any product at any time with just the click of a mouse, the once dominant differentiators of price and product are quickly disappearing. In fact, it’s predicted that in just two years, customer experience will become the key competitive advantage for any organization, no matter the product or service.

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In Customer Support, Every Minute Matters

This article first appeared on KMWorld (gated).  

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