“The science of analysis” or how an entity (i.e., business) arrives at an optimal or realistic decision based on existing data.
Which one is best? What should you use? In this briefing I discuss Net Promoter Score®, CSAT, Customer Effort, and more. Which is the best measurement to use? What do you think?
Net Promoter, CSAT, Customer Effort: Should you Worry?
You know I often get asked: “What is the best customer experience metric to use?” What is […]
Customer feedback is a waste of time for many. It’s a waste of time for the customers to provide it, a waste for managers to review it, and waste of time for agents to receive it. Oh, and a waste of money to collect it and to summarize it.
How can that be? The underlying […]
In this on-demand briefing Jessica Gordon with Frost & Sullivan interviews Jim Rembach on effort analytics and the three most important takeaways from member webcast.
Jessica asks what currently counts in call centers and how are companies measuring and optimizing their centers for more profitable customer interactions and better customer experiences.
Watch the Inside Customer Effort Score: Analytics […]
This on-demand webinar Inside Customer Effort Score: Analytics Expert Case Study reveals the analytics of the Customer Effort Score in a contact center. This case study provides wisdom about driving change that you don’t want to miss.
Surveys, speech analytics, and more are discussed as you are taken through the process of developing new strategies to […]
Stop Trying to Delight Your Customers in Contact Centers Briefing
In this video I reveal Case Study insights and how customer effort can be impacted through advanced voice of the customer methods.
Customer effort score and first call resolution while being related can not be mistaken as synonymous. In order to determine which metric works best for […]
In the past 15 years the success in outsourcing business process operations has encouraged many firms to start outsourcing their high-end knowledge processing work such as data analytics to skilled and experienced service firms.
Since data analytics helps solve complex business problems by analyzing data and generating useful business insights. Analytics outsourcing has helped several organizations leverage the power of […]
This case study has been updated and included with an additional case study in the Maximum Agent Performance Report: The Astonishing Truth for Contact Center Leaders.
Improving First Call Resolution is easier when you avoid the mistakes found in this case study…
This white paper is based on a six-month case study of two call centers […]
Get an Insiders view to Business Intelligence and Call Center Analytics
In this complimentary case study and ebook Call Center Analytics Revealed: Why Technology is not Your Actionable Business Intelligence Panacea, get an insiders view into the world of business intelligence and call center analytics.
Is call center analytics the silver bullet it’s promised to be? Is it […]
Includes a Customer Experience BIG DATA Dysfunction Self-Assessment
Can you identify the root causes of your customer experience big data dysfunction? Everybody hast it. and in this free white paper and self-assessment, you learn about data conversion disorder and why it is so important to your present and future.
Get an insiders look into the catalysts and […]
Improving Net Promoter Score using Speech Analytics
Show of hands, how many of you are happy with using NetPromoter for your customer experience? Studies show very few are happy with it at the business level. But C-level executives like it so you’re stuck with it. What do you do?
In this video learn how you can drive […]
25 Common CX Voice of the Customer Mistakes to Avoid with Self-assessment
Can you easily identify CX Voice of the Customer mistakes in your program? In this free ebook, you learn about common mistakes with your voice of the customer program and what you need to do differently.
Get an insiders look into the important factors that contribute […]
You are a bad customer. We are all bad customers…now. Or we at least have greater potential to be bad customers. Many years ago, we were able to avoid being a bad customer, but those days are gone. And being a bad customer has become worse than being a defecting customer. A more social world […]
It has been fun putting together the 10 Myths of Contact Center Surveying Revealed webinar because it seems as if I communicating the message to a younger me. Many of the falsehoods in contact center surveying were part of my belief system when I was a contact center manager.
It’s crazy to think about how the […]
A contact center manager was walking along a beach and found an old lamp. She picked it up and rubbed it and out popped a genie. The genie said, “Okay, you released me from the lamp, blah blah blah. This is the fourth time this month and I’m getting sick of these wishes so instead […]
Have you ever stopped to determine how many different types of customers you need to serve? The importance of having this type of customer insight became even more clear to me when I read an article written by the editor for Harpers Wine & Spirit, Richard Siddle.
In the article, he summarized a recent study by […]
Most VoC programs utilize only quantitative measures. This is not particularly surprising. Researchers and analysts tend to take a great many statistics classes and, as such, specialize in the manipulation of numbers. But quantitative voice of the customer data is not enough to be successful with customer experience management.
It is rare to find a customer […]
As a customer experience consultant, I look at every consumer experience as a learning experience. Last week, I conducted a “quality review” at Chick fil-A® to better interpret the contact center experience.
I purposefully arrived during the lunch time rush and joined the line to order just outside the door. It was just like being in queue for a contact center agent. But I never mind waiting at Chick fil-A® because I get to watch, instead of hearing IVR messaging. It’s so interesting to watch the team behind the counter when they have a queue.
Have you ever built a new home? They say building a home is one of the most stressful activities you can ever undertake in life. I agree. It was one of the most stressful endeavors I ever had!
There is a seemingly infinite number of decisions to be made. It’s not at all like taking the romantic notion of “let’s build the house of our dreams” to completion. Adhering to the construction budget, while actually sticking to the main point of the project, is difficult to do.
Your idea of quality in building a home may be more like $295/sq. foot when you can actually afford $225/sq. foot. But you have to understand the value of your investment to be wise. […]
The idea of Performance evaluation can strike fear in the most confident of individuals. So can contact center surveys. Do you remember what it feels like on the morning of an important test? A final exam? Or a presentation for that huge project? I remember very clearly the moments before my dissertation defense, thinking how […]
Calculating customer value is one of the areas of focus in the 29 Quality Assurance Mistakes to Avoid e-book and self-assessment. The question asked, “Do you include the customers’ rating of being treated as valued in your quality process?”, gets to the root cause of the customers’ calculation of value. This e-book is designed to help […]