“When I grow up, I want to work in a call centre,” said no one, ever. For anyone that’s worked in a call centre, you’ll know the reality of telesales is a little less Wolf of Wall Street, more The Office — the British version with Gareth and his jelly-imprisoned stapler. Call centres don’t have the best rep for employee retention, but there are steps that employers can take to keep valued employees. Here, Stephen Parker, CEO of business automation specialist, Parker Software, examines three reasons for high staff turnover in the sector. Continue reading Who wants to work in a call centre?
The phrase ‘two heads are better than one’ is commonly accepted in the context of collaborative working and idea sharing, but when it comes to maintaining service consistency and reducing costs in a multilingual contact centre environment, the fewer heads the better. And Netflix’s recent announcement that it would be creating 400 multilingual roles in its customer contact centre in the Netherlands is evidence that multilingual ‘heads’ are highly prized. Continue reading Multilingual Hubs – When Two Heads Are Not Better Than One
Brandon Rowe at Teleopti explores how the customer-service landscape and the role of the agent must always be considered in parallel. Brandon contemplates the need to react to change and nurture the agent’s journey to create exceptional customer journeys. Continue reading Mapping the customer and agent journey in parallel
IMImobile looks at how to quickly overcome your omnichannel IT challenges without ripping out and replacing a single legacy system… Continue reading From omnishambles to omnichannel
When it comes to increasing satisfaction levels and sales, nothing beats making life easy for customers and releasing their most valuable asset – time. Annica Ronquist, at Teleopti explores the options… Continue reading Time is of the essence – changing priorities for customers and contact centers