An Annual Health Check For Your Contact Center
Which of your centers has improved the most this year?
Is the external center performing at the same level as the internal centers?
These are questions that Call Center Operators, Marketing, Sales, and Finance all need answers to. We can help you to answer these questions with Snapshotz
Snapshotz™ Online is the world's first and only SaaS-based call center audit tool. Snapshotz™ assesses your call center or contact center across 8 categories, 29 sub-categories, and up to 700 data points.
While Snapshotz™ is primarily a call center assessment tool, it is much more than that. Snapshotz™ is primarily a management tool for customer service/contact center/call centers. Primary uses include:
- SWOT analysis and planning tool
- Audit tool and risk management tool
- Vendor Management Tool
- Team and location comparisons
- Training tool
- Strategic task management tool linked to KPI’s
- Leadership development tool
- Easily deployed (within 5 – 10 minutes) and available on demand
- Easy to use and delivers immediate reporting
Many North American organizations have deployed Snapshotz™ including:
What Users are saying about Snapshotz™...
"Easy to use, the report afterward is excellent"
"None as comprehensive and useful as this tool"
"Not only did I find it to be a great tool, it comes at a fantastic price"
"Snapshotz™ produces a terrific road-map to focus our future efforts”
"Snapshotz™ told us about some challenges we knew we had, but more importantly
showed us other areas impacting our Customer Experience we didn’t suspect”
You can’t manage what you can’t or don't measure. A call center audit can provide great insights into how the center is actually operating; which maybe different than how it is expected to operate.
Snapshotz allows you to compare your center to best practice centers.
More than 2500 organizations have already deployed Snapshotz™ worldwide.
The price for a single license starts at $6,500 USD, including taxes
For additional details on pricing and discounts contact, CEO, Colin Taylor