Who owns the customer experience anyway?
By Patricia Ballantyne Over the past number of years, the customer experience (otherwise known as “CX”) has become a profession unto itself. Roles like Chief Customer Officer, Customer Experience Director, Manager, Customer Success have been popping up. You can also obtain a CCXP (Certified Customer Experience Professional) certification, which recognizes professional credentials and expertise in […]Read more
Is your Quality Assurance Arrogant?
Posted on November 29, 2019 in Agent Experience • Best Practices • Call Center Consulting • Call Center Management • Call centre consulting • Contact center consulting • Contact Centre Ops • Customer Experience • Customer Satisfaction • Customer service • Customer Support • Employee Engagement • Employee Experience • People management • Quality • Quality Assurance • Quality assurance
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By Colin Taylor I was reading a recent post by Helen Dewdney regarding playing Christmas music in stores to early in the season, and the fact that many retailers plan music even though it is not well received by their customers. The question Helen poses at the end of the post is “Do you think […]Read more
Video Games versus Customer Service
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by JD Fairweather There was a time where video games were purchased, played and completed with no reason to interact with their creators. The enjoyment to be had was contained within a small window of experience and replay-ability reserved for the most dedicated of fans. Post-purchase interaction with the game developers or publisher was limited to […]Read more
Waiting in Queue Doesn’t Have to be Painful
By Peg Ayers When my father passed away, I spent hours in queue, waiting for help from a variety of companies and agencies that should be providing service to those who call. In fact, they did all eventually provide the required service (except for one government agency that proved so difficult to reach, I gave […]Read more
Expert Opinion: Top 3 Customer Support Trends to look for in 2018
Original post via ProProfs, expert opinion summary by Colin Taylor With Customer Experience being a crucial factor in business operations, comes the importance of optimizing Customer Support and forecasting trends. With 2018 around the corner, it’s a great time to discuss current and anticipated trends. Recently I was asked to contribute to an expert […]Read more