Speech recognition technology (hardware and software) can be used to enable customers to communicate with an organisation or an individual to communicate with a personal computer
The headline measure of overall customer satisfaction that organisations monitor from one period to the next does not benefit from one widely understood and universally adopted methodology.
At the heart of customer behaviour is the way we make decisions about our purchasing and our supplier loyalty
What are the benefits of customer satisfaction at the micro-economic level i.e. organisational level whether in the private, public or third sector?
A complaint is a gift. What happens when someone complains makes the difference between retaining and losing a customer.
Speech Analytics is a powerful tool which enables an organisation improve customer service. It consolidates data from both IT and telephony systems to categorise, observe, investigate, act on and measure customer behaviours.
Customer service standards (and performance against them) are a key component in the delivery of service that achieves customer satisfaction
Where a complaint can't be resolved at point of entry, it will required to be escalated or referred up the line. In some cases, a complaint may reach deadlock.
There are some simple steps that if followed can ensure that complaints are resolved effectively
This topic sheet looks at why communication is so important and offers some crucial principles to bear in mind when communicating with customers, whether over the phone, in person or in writing.